HealthyClean

Eco Friendly Liquid Hand Soap Bulk Lemon Myrtle 15l/507.2fl.oz

$284.25

HealthyClean

Eco Friendly Liquid Hand Soap Bulk Lemon Myrtle 15l/507.2fl.oz

$284.25
HealthyClean Lemon Myrtle Liquid Hand soap has a beautiful creamy lather with natural fragrance and the antibacterial power of pure Australian lemon myrtle oil. NO artificial fragrance and NO colour are added, leaving your hands clean, fresh and free of...
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HealthyClean Lemon Myrtle Liquid Hand soap has a beautiful creamy lather with natural fragrance and the antibacterial power of pure Australian lemon myrtle oil. NO artificial fragrance and NO colour are added, leaving your hands clean, fresh and free of germs.

Buying bulk will save you time, dollars and help you produce less waste. 


Set up your own refill station at home. Perfect for the office, gyms, motels, cafes and schools too. The bulk concerted hand wash should last a family of four for at least 12 -15 months! 

Happily wash hands every day, knowing you are using a family and earth safe product.


Formulated from plant-based ingredients, using only the best and essential elements means this handwash at pH 5.5 is perfect for your skin.


Good stuff

  • It contains NO colour & absolutely NO artificial fragrance
  • It's gentle on sensitive and easily irritated skin
  • At pH 5.5, it's perfect for your skin 
  • Family safe - no chemicals
  • Earth safe
  • Grey-water and septic safe
  • PETA hopping bunny certified 
  • Every purchase support Friends of the Koal
  • Made in Australia from locally grown Lemon Myrtle
  • Reusable & recyclable amber pump bottle

 

Nasties we leave out ( yep, it's proudly a looong list) 

  • No synthetic colour 
  • No artificial fragrance
  • Completely free from toxin & sensitiser
  • No sodium lauryl sulfate & sodium Laureth sulfate (SLS & SLES)
  • No PEGs, parabens, mineral oils
  • No CDE and methylisothiazolinone (CMIT & MIT)
  • No Triclosan
  • BPA free pump bottle
  • Palm oil-free
  • No animal testing or animal products 


Read our tips for setting up your bulk station and good hand hygiene. Read our Tips and FAQ for more information on sustainable cleaning products and a healthy home.



    • Set up the Bulk Container in your laundry, mudroom or a cool spot in the garage that is accessible to refill your pump bottles.
    • Make sure you have the tap tightly turned off so you don't have any drips which may cause slips.
    • For good hand hygiene, just one pump into the palm of damp hands is enough so a little will go a long way Rub hands together, palms and the tops of your hands around the fingertips and nails, for a good clean and a soft, fresh, uplifting smell of lemon myrtle.
    • Perfect hand wash for the kid's bathroom, safe, hygienic and antibacterial.
    • Keep a pump in the Kitchen to wash your hands before preparing a meal.
    • HealthyClean BPA free reusable small white containers are made from HDPE and carry the (recycle 2) symbol.
    • HDPE (high-density polyethylene) is a versatile plastic with many uses, especially when it comes to packaging and kids toys. It has a low risk of leaching and is readily recyclable into many types of goods.
    • For more information about the importance of recycling plastics visit our FAQ's
    Made in Australia from pure Australian lemon myrtle oil (backhousia citriodora), glycerin (vegetable-based skin moisturiser), hydroxyethylcellulose (plant-derived thickener), lauralkonium chloride (food safe; kills germs), tetrasodium EDTA (water softener), polyalkylene oxide (biodegradable foaming surfactant), water. For more information on HealthyClean ingredients and bulk & refills, visit our FAQs.
    These large containers are great to reuse and repurpose. To recycle your packaging, rinse (pour your rinsing water onto the garden) and pop into the recycle bin. We recommend removing the lid to make it easier for the recycling plants to manage and sort. You don't need to remove labels. Luckily, the recycling process includes a heating process where any labels and excess glue are burned away.