Discover and adopt a ready-to-use natural laundry kit

We promise, it's as easy as making yourself a cup of tea! And it will give you so much peace of mind!

Would you like to know our ingredients?
We have no secrets for you so here they are:

Marseille's soap

Pure and without palm oil, its cleaning and degreasing effectiveness is well established. Health professionals recommend it for its hypoallergenic abilities. Marseille soap offers an easily biodegradable and non-polluting texture. Something to please the environment.

Baking soda

Do you think you see them everywhere? You are certainly right. This powder is a natural agent used in household and food products since 1846. In powder form, sodium bicarbonate is used to disinfect, dry, deodorize, purify, clean, descale, sanitize… It is even credited with certain virtues against lice…

sodium carbonate

In natural or synthetic form, soda crystals provide cleaning, degreasing and disinfecting qualities. Based on salt and chalk, this component remains safe for the environment.

Ah, that sweet time of our childhood, when we brought our bottles of lemonade and other drinks back to the grocer! In turn, she returned them to the distributor… Then headed for the factory, for cleaning and reconditioning. These practices having unfortunately disappeared, we have chosen to bring them up to date!

Because glass is the only packaging material that is 100% and infinitely recyclable , without loss of quality or quantity. Durable and hygienic, it also has the advantage of being easy to clean and sterilize, in order to be reused...

So why deprive yourself of it?

This is why we have chosen to package our natural detergent in glass bottles, reusable and refillable thanks to our eco-responsible natural detergent kit !

All you have to do is add water, and you're done: our natural detergent is ready to use , and just as effective on white, colored and black laundry, and at any temperature .

Here are some great reasons to let yourself be tempted!


Stabilizer E385 derived from petrochemicals, maintains the homogeneity of the detergent. Not biodegradable, may disrupt aquatic ecosystems

Without Phosphates

Preventing the deposit of limestone on linen, it has been banned in detergents in France since July 2007 to avoid its ecological impact. Coming out with the sewage, it feeds the algae that harm aquatic life.

Without Phosphonates

They have replaced phosphates since 2007 and yet are poorly biodegradable and have the same harmful effects on nature, in particular the eutrophication of aquatic environments.

Without Brightener

Optical brighteners give the illusion of whiter laundry by attaching themselves to the fibers during the wash. However, they can cause irritation and allergies in direct contact with the skin when wearing clothes.

Without colouring

Its sole purpose is to make the product more attractive to the consumer. Dyes can be a source of many allergies.

Without perfume

No usefulness for the purpose of the product, but only a guarantee of olfactory pleasure for the consumer. Synthetic perfumes can be a source of many allergies.




Now it's your turn ! Replenish your natural detergent in the snap of a finger (or almost)

  1. Open the sachet containing the mixture of our natural detergent recipe and pour its contents into the bottle or your container provided for this purpose. Be sure to recycle the empty bag.

  2. To ensure optimal dissolution of the mixture, heat a liter of water until it simmers in a saucepan or kettle. Then, carefully pour the hot water into the bottle containing the mixture.

  3. Close the bottle tightly, then shake it gently to mix the contents of the sachet with the hot water. To avoid any risk of burns, you can wrap the bottle in a tea towel or use a utensil, such as a skewer, to stir it safely.

  4. Let the mixture cool completely. Wait until the solution takes on a pearly white tint, indicating that the preparation is ready for use.

  5. Before each use, be sure to shake the bottle well. The mixture may tend to solidify, but will quickly regain its fluidity once stirred. This step is crucial to ensure a homogeneous distribution. Each dose corresponds to approximately 6 centiliters, and one bottle should provide approximately 15 washes.