gel hand wash

method + Lisa Congdon

it’s probably best to wash your hands and not think about where they’ve been. what you should think about is what you’re washing with. unless you’re already using our scent-sational hand wash. in which case, feel free to give yourself a high five. you’ve earned it.

meadowland

you’re meandering through a dewy meadow when a friendly fox scampers by to say hello, and the scent of wildflowers + tall grass swirls around you.

ingredients
ingredientfunctionsource
water (aqua)diluent + solventdeionized for purity; extracted from abundant source
glycerinmoisturizerbiodegrades readily; derived from plant sources; not irritating to skin
sodium chloridethickenerderived from abundant mineral sources; the same material as table salt; safe for people (unless too much is eaten on potato chips)
sodium citrateoptimizes pH levelsbiodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn; not irritating to skin
sodium lauryl sulfatesurfactant (cleaning agent)biodegrades readily; derived from coconut + palm oils; low skin irritation in use
citric acidoptimizes pH levelsbiodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn
tocopheryl acetatemoisturizerbiodegrades readily; derived from plant sources
aloe barbadensis extractmoisturizerbiodegrades readily; sourced from aloe vera plants
fragrance (parfum)fragranceblended composition is partly essential oils + partly synthetic ingredients
decyl glucoside, lauryl glucosidesurfactant (cleaning agent)biodegrades readily; derived from corn sugars, coconut or palm oil
cocamidopropyl betainesurfactant (cleaning agent)biodegrades readily; derived from plant oils such as coconut; low skin irritation
cocamidopropyl hydroxysultainesurfactant (cleaning agent)biodegrades readily; derived from coconut oil
potassium sorbatepreservative - prevents bacterial growthsynthetic
sodium benzoate preservative - prevents bacterial growthsynthetic