Fragrance free, hypoallergenic and specially designed for sensitive skin. Our innovative formula utilizes 4 stain-fighting enzymes for up to 50 loads*.
*Standard size detergent
Powerful stain fighting detergent with plant-derived ingredients. Hypoallergenic and specially designed for sensitive skin, our innovative formula utilizes 4 stain-fighting enzymes to clean your baby’s tough laundry messes.
Made in the USA with US and imported materials.
EPA/Safer Choice recognition does not constitute endorsement of this product. The Safer Choice label signifies that the product’s formula, as The Honest Company has represented it to the EPA, contains ingredients with more positive human health and environmental characteristics than conventional products of the same type. EPA/Safer Choice relies solely on The Honest Company, its integrity and good faith, for information on the product’s composition, ingredients and attributes. EPA/Safer Choice has not independently identified, that is, via chemical analysis, the ingredients in the product formula, nor evaluated any of The Honest Company non-ingredient claims. EPA/Safer Choice provides its evaluation only as to the product’s human health and environmental characteristics, as specified in the Standard and based on currently available information and scientific understanding.
Travel Size: For large loads, use full bottle. For the toughest stains pair me with Honest Baby Stain Remover and we’ll get the job done!
Standard Size: For medium or HE loads, fill cap up to LINE B. For larger loads, fill cap up to LINE D. For tough spots or stains, pour detergent directly onto stained area, rub lightly & wash as usual. 50 Loads.
CAUTION: Eye Irratant. Keep out of reach of children & pets. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes. Do not ingest. If swallowed, drink water & consult your physician.
Water (7732-18-5); Lauryl Glucoside (110615-47-9); Laureth-7 (9002-92-0); Glycerin (56-81-5); Hydroxyacetophenone (99-93-4); Citric Acid (77-92-9); Propanediol (504-63-2); Gluconolactone (90-80-2); Xanthan Gum (11138-66-2); Potassium Sorbate (24634-61-5); Propylene Glycol (57-55-6); Sodium Benzoate (532-32-1); Sorbitol (50-70-4); Calcium Chloride (10043-52-4); Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate (178949-82-1); Protease (9001-92-7); Sodium Formate (141-53-7); Amylase (9000-90-2); Lipase (9001-62-1); Pectate Lyase (9015-75-2); Mannanase (37288-54-3)
It depends. Baby laundry detergents are made specifically for babies, meaning that the detergent formulas are typically scent-free, dye-free and have less skin-irritating chemicals that can be absorbed into the babies’ skin. While some babies may not experience skin irritation from regular laundry detergent, many parents opt for something they 100% know and trust has fewer harsh chemicals and will be more gentle on babies’ sensitive skin - like Honest! If you do choose to wash your baby’s clothes in regular detergent, typically liquid detergents are more preferable over powder detergent for your washing machine.
Pre-washing baby clothes can remove any lingering dust or chemicals. We recommend putting the clothes through the washing machine with a gentle soap before they come into contact with your baby’s skin.
When shopping for baby-safe detergent, look for a product that is free of dyes or fragrances. A good rule of thumb to follow is to buy a product that is labeled as a hypoallergenic detergent. These products are known to be gentle and are less likely to cause skin irritation.
While some babies may not react to traditional laundry detergent, it’s still recommended to use a hypoallergenic product to prevent any irritation or an allergic reaction. A baby’s skin is sensitive, which means they may react differently to chemicals and cleaners.
Most health professionals recommend using baby detergent for at least the first 6 months. However, most parents choose to use hypoallergenic detergent for the first year since most babies have very sensitive skin and may react to harsh detergents. Also, most professionals will recommend sticking to a liquid form instead of a powdered detergent. If you are unsure which soap or detergent products to use on your baby, consider consulting your doctor.
When washing baby clothes, it's okay to throw them into the dryer after they have gone through their wash cycle. However, if they are made of delicate fabric, it's highly recommended to hang dry the pieces to prevent damage.