Washing & Drying

 

We offer a comprehensive range of services and washing programs or aim is to cater for all your laundry needs. If you are unable to find a service please call and we will do our utmost to help.

 

 

Hypoallergenic / Vegan Laundry Service

 

We are now able to offer a natural washing service for individuals who care for the environment or suffer from sensitive skin or allergies.

 

Upon request, we can use Soapnut for your laundry. Soapnut is a natural soap completely free of chemicals. It’s ideal for individuals who suffer from sensitive skin, allergies or eczema etc. 

 

Soapnut Information

 

ARE SOAPNUTS SAFE FOR THOSE WITH NUT ALLERGIES?

 

Absolutely! They are actually hypoallergenic. They are a fruit related to the lychee, so there is no need to worry for those with nut allergies. In fact, they are great for anyone with allergies! Using Living Naturally Soapnut Shells as a washing detergent and/or multi-purpose cleaner will help reduce your exposure to toxins and harmful chemicals will hopefully reduce symptoms.

 

 

ARE SOAPNUTS SAFE FOR THOSE WITH SENSITIVE SKIN?

 

Absolutely! Living Naturally Soapnut Shells are highly recommended for those with allergies or sensitive skin. They are 100% natural, free of synthetic chemicals and are hypoallergenic. Soapnuts are great for anyone who is sensitive to the dyes, perfumes and chemicals used in most commercial detergents and cleansers. Most people who are irritated by such commercial products find soapnuts their ideal solution. Some people have seen their eczema and psoriasis clear up as a result of using them.

 

 

ARE SOAPNUTS GOOD FOR WASHING CLOTH NAPPIES?

 

Commercial detergents and soaps contain chemicals that build up in the nappy. Not only do these chemicals break down the fibres of the material causing it to absorbency and colour, but can also be irritating to your baby's skin. In fact, using commercial detergents does this to all of your clothes. Your clothes are coated with "whitening agents", optical bleaches and unknown chemicals and enzymes which affect the fibres and strip the colours away.

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