Our probiotic homecare range use a consortium of fermented bacteria strains from the Bacillus family.
They work by out-competing the harmful bacteria around your home, by taking their food source and breaking down their membranes. In a similar way they help break down oils, grease, proteins and organic matter on your surfaces. Unlike traditional cleaners that will stop working minutes after spraying, creating a vacuum for germs to start spreading again, our probiotic cleaners continue to protect you against harmful germs for hours, even days after you’ve finished spraying, creating a more natural and healthier microbiome around your home.
The strains that we use have been rigorously tested and are incapable of producing toxins, and do not survive the PH in our bodies if ingested.
A Bacillus bacteria probiotic cleaner with essential oil based fragrances. Contains < 5% cationic surfactants,< 5% non-ionic surfactants.
1 2-benzisothiazolin-3-one (preservative) used to ensure the stability and effectiveness of the product. This ingredient is classified as sensitising and is present at >0.04% in the concentrated formula and >0.004% once diluted to the recommend 10:1 ratio. This is well below the concentration at which studies found it to be at risk of sensitising. Chosen due to its effectiveness at very low concentrations, allowing us to ship our products 10x concentrated and therefore reducing packaging and transport emissions.
Alcohol Ethoxylate and Tetrasodium Iminodisuccinate (non-ionic surfactants). Needed to "pull" dirt away from surfaces. It is effective and its simple chemistry requires less energy to make and makes it highly biodegradable.
Sicilian Lemon: Linalool, Eucalyptus Oil, Citral, d-Limonene
Tranquil Moments: Eucalytpus oil, Peppermint Oil, eucalyptol, citronellal
English Garden: Terpineol, Benzyl acetate
We do not contain any of the following ingredients:
methylisothiazolinone, phenoxyethanol, sodium lauryl sulfate, chlorine bleach, phthalates, parabens, ammonia, triclosan, 2-butoxyethanol, ethanolamine, glycol ethers, GM ingredients, quaternary compounds