Indigo Wild's Spearmint-Peppermint Zum Clean Aromatherapy Laundry Soap - 64 oz. (1.89L)
Swirl some fresh mint into your sudsy cycle with Indigo Wild's Spearmint-Peppermint Zum Clean Aromatherapy Laundry Soap. Tired of the chemical detergent spin cycle? Clean up the way you clean your skivvies with Indigo Wild's Zum Clean handmade Aromatherapy Laundry Soap. Indigo Wild is talking a nudist colony of coconut oil soap for cleaning and 100% pure essential oils for an all-natural scent. Plus, Indigo Wild's Spearmint-Peppermint Zum Clean Aromatherapy Laundry Soap contains baking soda to remove stains and smells. You won't find these dirty words: detergents, optical brighteners, chlorine, parabens, phosphates, petrochemicals or sulfates. Indigo Wild's Spearmint-Peppermint Zum Clean Aromatherapy Laundry Soap is low-sudsing, super concentrated and great for high efficiency machines. Indigo Wild's Spearmint-Peppermint Zum Clean Aromatherapy Laundry Soap washes 32 loads in top-loading washing machines and 64 loads in high-efficiency machines.
Maid by Nature:
- Handmade with pure essential oils
- Great for high-efficiency machines
- Highly concentrated
Zum Clean is not a detergent.
It is a deterrent - to pollutants, to overconsumption, to byproducts, to irritants. After all, your clothes are your second skin. Would you rather wash your skin with detergent or soap? Good. Because this is not a detergent.
Zum Clean is a laundry soap - the only 100% all-natural laundry soap mixed, poured and bottled by happy human hands. Yep, no machines were harmed, nor chemicals used, in the making of this product.
And since Indigo Wild's happy hands aren't as stingily efficient as machines, they pour liberal loads of pure essential oils for laundry loads that literally clear the air while they clean your clothes.
But, please, don't call this a detergent.
Pronounceable ingredients, pronounced effects.
- 100% pure essential oils naturally freshen clothes and "aromatherapize" your home while you wash.
- Coconut oil soap treats your second skin gently and doesn't dry.
- Baking soda removes dirt and odors.
- Vegetable glycerin clings to dirt and stains.
- Natural borax cuts grease, softens water, digs up dirt and balances your load's pH level.
Zum Clean 101.
- Zum Clean is a natural fabric softener, so you can hang dryer sheets out to dry.
- Indigo Wild tests on their own clothes, not on animals.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is Indigo Wild's soap made using the Cold Process Method?
Yes, Indigo Wild makes soap the old fashioned way-from scratch. Zum Bars are made from a combination of fats (natural oils) with a lye solution until a process of saponification takes place. Saponification is a chemical process, which converts a fat into soap by reaction with an alkali (also known as "lye"). Saponification occurs as the raw materials are combined, stirred and neutralized. As a result of this process, a very important by product emerges-Glycerin, which is a natural skin softener and the foundation of all natural soap.
Why goats milk?
Goats milk is naturally ultra-moisturizing. Goats milk soap contains capric, caprylic and capronic acids and natural occurring triglycerides. Otherwise known as good fats. The result is a pH level that is good for healthy human hair and skin, while commercial soap can dry out the skin to the point at which it feels taut and itchy. The oil glands are forced to counteract, overproducing oils in an attempt to rebalance the pH of the skin. The result can be oily skin, clogged pores, blackheads and yuck - pimples.
Does Indigo Wild use lye in their soap?
Yes, Indigo Wild does use lye in their soap making process. Indigo Wild uses sodium hydroxide in their soaps. All soaps (excluding detergent bars, which are totally synthetic and chemical laden) are made with lye but no lye is left in the finished soap. Indigo Wild's soaps are balanced so the chemical reaction has the correct amounts of both lye and oil for a balanced reaction. The result is that Indigo Wild's soap is very close to neutral.
How does Indigo Wild color their soaps?
Indigo Wild uses ultramarines and iron oxides for their colorants. They never use FD&C colorings in any of their products. All of the colors in the soaps are all scented the same. For instance, with lavender-mint the blue is not lavender and the green is not mint. The same goes for sandalwood-citrus. Both colors are scented the same.
Does Indigo Wild test their products on animals?
Indigo Wild does not test their products on animals. They love to test them on themselves and their friends and family.
What are the ingredients in Indigo Wild products?
Indigo Wild uses the most awesome ingredients made from the earth!
What does Indigo Wild use as preservatives?
For the products that require preservatives, Indigo Wild uses tocopherol (vitamin E), rosemary oleoresin and potassium sorbate.
Where does shea butter come from?
Indigo Wild's shea butter is extracted from the nut of the Karite tree in Africa. No solvents or hexane are used in this process.
Where did Indigo Wild get the name "zum"?
Zum is simply a play on the word "some". As in "This sure is "zum" bar of soap!"
Where The Indigo Wild Things Are
Before Indigo Wild touches your body, it touches these bodies. No worries, Indigo's Wild is not showering with your soap singing "I'm Too Sexy" before they ship it off to you. Their talking handcrafted, handmade, hand-mixed, hands-on…which is all pretty dang handsome.
So take a spin with Indigo Wild's handy work. It's mixed and mashed with 100% pure essential oils, shea butter, meadowfoam seed oil, soy wax, goat's milk, botanical extracts and other jujulicious ingredients. It all helps to carry on some karma and magnify the mojo. Then it's flashed by the butt of a gnome, danced over by a shaman, kissed by a fairy and blessed by a goat.
Causes Indigo Wild Supports
At Indigo Wild, they love dogs and hate breast cancer. Many of their own pups are rescues, and they are active in Kansas City Sheltie Rescue. They also have some badass cancer fighters in their ranks, and they are working with some great local charities to support cancer warriors.