method ♥ REBECCA ATWOOD
simple. luxurious. thoughtfully made.
this limited edition collection pairs the painterly patterns of Brooklyn-based designer Rebecca Atwood with four fresh fragrances—sweet citrus, sea spray, sandalwood and herb garden. see them. smell them. love them. and collect them all. they won’t be around for long.
available at your local Target store or online at target.com.
what's that smell?
if citrus fruits had personalities, these would be the sweetest of the bunch—lovely lemon, delightful mandarin and appealing orange. you can’t pick a better combination.
|ingredient||what it does||environmental + health summary||learn more|
|water (aqua)||diluent + solvent||deionized for purity; extracted from abundant source|
|potassium hydroxide||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn|
|sodium carbonate||optimizes pH levels||disperses safely in the environment; derived from an abundant mineral source|
|sodium gluconate||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn; not irritating to skin|
|laureth-7 (ethoxylated coconut oil)||surfactant (cleaning agent)||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sources|
|citric acid||optimizes pH levels||biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn|
|colorant||colorant||ultimately degradable + not accumulative in the environment; made from synthetic materials|
|fragrance (parfum)||fragrance||blended composition is partly essential oils + partly synthetic ingredients||free of phthalates, NPEs + other dirty ingredients; non-toxic in use, free of carcinogens + tested for skin irritation + allergies|
|decyl glucoside, lauryl glucoside||surfactant (cleaning agent)||biodegrades readily; derived from corn sugars, coconut or palm oil|
|updated on 09/20/14|
all of method’s ingredients are comprehensively assessed by a leading research firm to ensure their safety for people and the environment. you can find a list of all our ingredients here. please contact us if you’d like more details on an ingredient, or visit MBDC to read more about the assessment process.