Update: The pods now come in a new design and tablet form
Laundry detergent is everywhere, you can easily buy lavender scent at the grocery store. But how often can you find unscented or fragrance free? My local big chain store only carries one brand of fragrance free laundry detergent. Cleancult is different, they can delivery monthly straight to your door, come in unscented pods and you can even feel good about helping the environment because they have refill options.
What we like
- Clean Ingredients: All the products I recommend have clean, natural ingredients. Cleancult is no exception! Their pods are made with organic ingredients and are 100% mineral and plant-based.
- Hypoallergenic/Fragrance free Free from harsh and harmful chemicals, Cleancult is hypoallergenic and without artificial fragrance. They're ideal for anyone with sensitive skin, like me.
- They work! Cleancult is just as effective as the mainstream competition – without all the harmful chemicals!
- Made in the USA With its facilities in New York and Puerto Rico, Cleancult is made in the USA by US employees.
- Not tested on animals Everyone on the AD team is an animal lover and we all do our best to support cruelty-free products!
What we don’t like
- Nothing: Great products, great company
Cleancult tries to give back to their local communities. Despite Hurricane Maria temporarily shutting down their manufacturing, they kept their operations there and donated to disaster relief. Also, for every load of laundry they sell, they donate one to someone in need in Puerto Rico!
Ingredients list: The ingredients have been updated to reflect the new product, the ingredients on the back of the packaging in the photo is outdated. Water-soluble film, glycerin, table salt, granulation excipient, sodium citrate dehydrate, plant extract, sodium percarbonate, sodium silicate, soda ash, surfactants polycarboxylates alpha-amylase, subtilisin
Tested on animals: No
GMO Free: Yes
Essential oils: No, thankfully!
Made in: NY and Puerto Rico
Did I have any allergy or asthma attacks? No