Happi Earth Laundry Liquid & Refill Pouch - 400 Wash Loads - 1L


400 laundry washes in one plastic-free bag! The Happi Earth Laundry Liquid Refill Pouch contains enough laundry liquid for a whopping 400 washes. Designed to be used with the Happi Earth stainless steel refill bottle, simply fill the refill bottle from your large refill pouch, then use two pumps from the refill bottle in each wash.

Happi is Wild Harvested, Fair Traded and Certified Organic with no GMO’s or hidden nasties! The only ingredients are Organic Soapberry Nut Concentrate, Organic Bean Glycerine, Organic Ethanol, Organic Orange Essential Oil and Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil. With no chemicals included happi is safe for any greywater and septic systems.

Changing the way you do your laundry and ditching the 13 plastic bottles of laundry liquid the average household uses each year will help to make a change to this planet we call home. Happi Earth liquid contains no chemical nasties, only organic ingredients that mean a kinder wash.

You can return your empty Happi pouch to:
ONEgroup Returns
Reply Paid 2440
Nerang BC, QLD, 4211

What’s more, you’ll be saving 60% on your annual laundry costs with this highly concentrated laundry liquid. Wash Happi with Happi Earth!

Ingredients: Organic Soapberry Concentrate, Organic Bean Glycerine, Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Organic Orange Essential Oil, Organic Ethanol

Organically Certified: Certified Organic by ACO (Australian Certified Organic) and USDA (US Department of Agriculture)

Made in Australia

About the Producer: 

Join the Happi revolution by choosing to do your laundry with Happi Earth. The happy enterprise encompasses happy people and a happy earth. With each purchase made, Happi Earth plants a mangrove tree in collaboration with the Worldview International Foundation helping to restore the damaged mangroves in Myanmar.

Each packet of laundry liquid is certified organic and will last for 400 washes. What’s more, when you’re finished, you can buy a refill, all helping to save the planet from the millions of plastic bottles of laundry detergent we get through each year.