Your skin is the largest organ of your body but sadly some people suffer from faulty skin barriers which leads to skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.
Developed with support from Fragrance Free Laundry Egg is our flagship product for parents or individuals who don’t want to use harsh chemicals on their or their children’s skin.
All of our products have been dermatologically tested which gives even more reassurance that our products are kind to your skin. Both our ecoegg Laundry Egg and Dryer Eggs have been awarded the Allergy UK Friendly Product Award.
Hear from the Director of Clinical Services at Allergy UK about sensitive skin and how the ecoegg Laundry Egg can help…..
Using Cloth Nappies
Since we launched our very first product back in 2011, the Fragrance Free Laundry Egg has been welcomed with open arms by parents of young children, particularly the cloth nappy community. Unlike traditional detergent, the Laundry Egg does not create any build up in the fibres which helps maintain optimum absorbency – particularly important for cloth nappies! That’s why we’re recommended by some cloth nappy manufacturers too. Hear first hand from some cloth nappy ambassadors and Allergy UK who love cloth nappies and love the Laundry Egg as much as we do!
The Laundry Egg also has many other positive side effects. The fact that it lasts for up to 720 washes means that it will cost an average family of four just 3p per wash! This money saving aspect is music to the ears of many parents with the endless rounds of washing baby clothes and cloth nappies. Furthermore, traditional detergent requires that you have to do an extra rinse to try and combat the build-up, but the Laundry Egg cuts out that extra rinse, saving both water and electricity.
Cloth nappies as they save millions of disposable nappies being sent to landfill. They are also a perfect choice for parents who want to do their bit for the environment as well as ensure they use natural products against their babies’ skin.
For further information about cloth nappies, or to find a cloth nappy library in your area, visit our friends over at the Reusable Nappy Association.