With naturally derived ingredients, Thieves® Dish Soap is a plant-based formula that effectively cleans your dishes without chemicals, dyes, or synthetics. Young Living pure essential oils work with natural enzymes and other botanicals to leave your dishes sparkling clean.
|12 fl oz|
- Plant-based formula is free from SLS (sodium lauryl solfate), SLES (sodium lauryl ether sulfate), dyes, formaldehyde, phosphates, and synthetic perfumes.
- Formula uses the power of Thieves, Jade Lemon, and Bergamot essential oils.
- Dispense a small amount of soap with warm running water. Add additional soap as needed.
- Storage: Do not expose to direct sunlight.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water.
- If swallowed, drink plenty of water to dilute.
- Do not use in automatic dishwashers.
- Decyl glucoside
- Sodium lauroyl lactylate
- Lauryl glucoside
- Sodium olate
- Caprylyl glucoside
- Sodium sesquicarbonate
- Citrus Limon† (Jade lemon) peel oil
- Citrus aurantium bergamia† (Bergamot) peel oil (Furocoumarin-free)
- Syzygium aromaticum† (Clove) bud oil
- Citrus limon† (Lemon) peel oil
- Cinnamomum zeylanicum† (Cinnamon) bark oil
- Eucalyptus radiata† oil
- Rosmarinus officinalis† (Rosemary) leaf oil
†100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
Did You Know?
- Methylisothiazolinone is a synthetic preservative causing some scrutiny for allergies, and it is found in many “green” household products, including dish soaps. Thieves Dish Soap has no synthetics; every ingredient is naturally derived.
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