Disclosure: I received samples of Seventh Generation Free + Clear Laundry Detergent for free.
I recently received a packet in the mail with three Seventh Generation Free+ Clear laundry detergent samples to try and share with a friend. I
was excited to try Seventh Generation Free + Clear laundry
detergent and the samples I received made it easy. I tried the laundry
detergent in my household for 2 loads. It worked well for the white and
colored clothes. They smelled just clean without fragrance or chemicals.
My clothes came out clean and fresh and there was no residue or scent. My hubby was so happy he asked me to add it onto our weekly shopping
list. He is a scent-free just of a guy. These are great if you prefer unscented detergent or have allergies.
you or someone in your family prefer clean clothes without any kind of
scent? Sometimes scent can be quite irritating to skin. In the winter,
we are so much more susceptible to itchy, dry skin and even eczema. It
can be very annoying and bothersome. Detergents like this excellent
option from Seventh Generation really help us out for a few reasons.This
Plant-based formula is tough on stains without fragrances, dyes or
artificial brighteners. It gets our dirtiest dirties all fresh and
clean from the Ultimate Frisbee sweats to my icky fitness camp gym
clothes. Think about it. Now you can get a clean you can trust that is
made for sensitive skin.
The best part about this sampling is that I was able to share my third packet with a friend. My neighbor Lyn was excited to try this since she always does wash on the weekend. Her son has super sensitive skin and she reported that he liked the way his laundry came out and no itchy skin. All set, next week we will pick up a bottle. Try it and let me
know what you think.
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