Citrus Dish Soap – CADIA®
CADIA® EVERYDAY

Citrus Dish Soap – CADIA®

Our biodegradable, plant based, hypoallergenic dish soap, is free of SLES and phosphates. There are no artificial colors or fragrances and this product is not tested on animals.

There’s nothing like the feeling of clean dishes after a long day. And what better way to achieve that sense of satisfaction than with a dish soap that deep cleans and leaves an amazing scent behind? Enter citrus dish soap – the perfect solution for those who want their dishes sparkling clean and smelling fresh. 

UPC:815369012546
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Passion: CADIA® our biodegradable, plant-based, hypoallergenic dish soap, is free of SLES and phosphates. There are no artificial colors or fragrances and this product is not tested on animals. There’s nothing like the feeling of clean dishes after a long day. And what better way to achieve that sense of satisfaction than with a dish soap that not only deep cleans but also leaves an amazing scent behind? Enter citrus dish soap – the perfect solution for those who want their dishes sparkling clean and smelling fresh.  Deep Cleans: When it comes to washing dishes, a deep clean is essential for removing any grime or stains that may be left behind. This is where citrus dish soap really shines – its powerful formula can cut through grease and food residue with ease, leaving your dishes looking spotless. What sets citrus dish soap apart from other types of dish soap is the use of natural ingredients like citric acid and essential oils. These ingredients work together to create a tough cleaning power that won’t harm the environment or leave harsh chemical residues on your dishes. Using citrus dish soap also means you don’t have to worry about scrubbing away at tough stains for hours on end. The deep cleaning power of this type of dish soap works quickly and effectively, so you can spend less time doing dishes and more time enjoying life. An Amazing Smell: One of the standout features of our citrus dish soap is its amazing smell. It’s no secret that a pleasant aroma can make any task more enjoyable, and doing dishes is no exception. The aroma of our dish soap comes from the natural essential oils we use in our formula. These oils are derived from citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons, giving the soap a fresh, fruity scent that will leave your kitchen smelling clean and invigorating. Not only does the scent add to the overall experience of using our dish soap, but it also has practical benefits. The fragrance helps mask any unpleasant odors left on your dishes or in your sink after washing up. Plus, it leaves behind a subtle scent on your hands without being overpowering like some artificial fragrances can be. Why Choose Biodegradable, Plant-based, Hypoallergenic Dish Soap? When it comes to choosing a dish soap, there are many options available on the market. However, not all dish soaps are created equal. Biodegradable, plant-based, and hypoallergenic dish soap has become increasingly popular due to its numerous benefits. Firstly, biodegradable dish soap breaks down quickly in the environment without causing harm to plants or wildlife. This means that you can use this type of dish soap without worrying about polluting the water supply or harming aquatic life. Secondly, plant-based dish soaps are made from renewable resources such as corn and coconut oil instead of petroleum-based products. This makes them a more sustainable choice for eco-conscious consumers who want to reduce their carbon footprint. Hypoallergenic dish soap is gentle on sensitive skin and does not contain harsh chemicals that can cause irritation or allergic reactions. It is also safe for people with allergies or asthma. Choosing biodegradable, plant-based, and hypoallergenic dish soap is not only good for you but also for the planet. By making small changes like switching to eco-friendly cleaning products we can make a big impact on our environment and health. History: The history of dish soap dates back to ancient times when people used natural ingredients like ash and clay to clean their dishes. In the 17th century, a Frenchman named Nicolas Leblanc discovered how to make sodium carbonate from salt which led to the production of commercial soap. However, it wasn’t until the early 20th century that dish soap became widely available in liquid form. The first dish soaps were made with harsh chemicals and had strong fragrances but as time passed, manufacturers started experimenting with gentler formulas. Today, there are many different types of dish soaps on the market including biodegradable and plant-based options like citrus dish soap. Citrus dish soaps have become increasingly popular over the years due to their natural ingredients and pleasant scent. They are also better for the environment than traditional soaps because they break down more easily in water systems. Testimonial: “I have been using Citrus Dish Soap for several months now, and I am beyond impressed with its performance. Not only does it leave my dishes squeaky clean, but the refreshing citrus scent makes doing the dishes a more enjoyable task. As someone who suffers from eczema, finding a hypoallergenic dish soap that actually works has been a game-changer for me. I highly recommend giving this product a try!” – Sarah  

Aqua, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate*, Laureth-7*, Cocamidopropyl Betaine*, Decyl Glucoside*, Cocamidopropylamine Oxide*, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid*, Natural Fragrance (Contains Fragrance Allergens: Citral, Benzyl Alcohol, Geraniol, and D-Limonene), Sodium Chloride.

*Biodegradable and plant-derived ingredients.

Country of Origin: Canada

Ingredients CAS # Function
Water 7732-18-5 Solvent
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate 151-21-3
73296-89-6
68585-47-7
Surfactant
Alkylpolyglucoside 141464-42-8
68515-73-1
110615-47-9
Surfactant
Cocoamidopropylamine Oxide 68155-09-9 Surfactant
Cocamidopropyl Betaine 61789-40-0 Surfactant
Laureth-7 9002-92-0 Surfactant
Citric Acid 77-92-9 pH Control
Sodium Benzoate 532-32-1 Preservative
Potassium Sorbate 24634-61-5 Preservative
Sodium Chloride 7647-14-5 Viscosity Modifier
Fragrance Allergens CAS #
Citral 5394-40-5
Benzyl Alcohol 100-51-6
Geraniol 106-24-1
D-Limonene 5989-27-5

 

SDS CADIA LIQUID DISH SOAP-CITRUS

 

Referenced in the California Cleaning RTK Act of 2017 and an EU fragrance allergen List.

See LINKS below.

  1. Prop 65
  2. European Union CMRs 
  3. European Union Endocrine Disruptors 
  4. Integrated Risk Information System- Neurotoxicants 
  5. Integrated Risk Information System- Carcinogens 
  6. EU Persistent/Biocumulative/Toxic 
  7. Canada Persistent/Biocumulative/Toxic 
  8. EU Respiratory Sensitizers
  9. International Agency for Research on Cancer  
  10. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry’s Toxic Substances Neurotoxicants 
  11. US EPA Priority list  
  12. US NTP Reproductive or Developmental Toxicants 
  13. US EPA Persistent bioaccumulative and toxic 
  14. Washington Department of Ecology PBTs 
  15. US NTP known to be Carcinogens 
  16. California Drinking water Notification Levels and Response Levels 
  17. California Maximum contaminant levels 
  18. California Toxic Air Contaminants 
  19. California Priority Pollutants 
  20. California Non-Cancer Hazards 
  21. California Priority Chemicals 
  22. Marine Priority Action Chemicals 
  23. EU Fragrance Allergen 
About the Brand

CADIA® EVERYDAY

When you steer your cart into the neighborhood grocer, your shopping trip has the power to shape your community. Since 2010, CADIA® has offered products exclusively to independently-owned grocers to ensure they can compete with the big box down the street. Grocers are empowered with the goods they need, while you get the high-quality products and low prices you want. From lentils to laundry detergent, the goodness that goes into your basket can now flow right back into your hometown.