SEV22946

Black Currant Natural Hand Wash

Black Raspberry & Vanilla Scent - 12 fl oz (354.9 mL) - Pump Bottle Dispenser - Hand - Dye-free, Synthetic Fragrance Free, Triclosan-free, Bio-based, Hypoallergenic, Phthalate-free, Non-toxic - 1 Each

Reg. Price $5.49

Our Price $4.74 Each

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Plant-based, nontoxic ingredients leave hands feeling clean and soft
Gentle formula does not contain dyes, synthetic fragrances or phthalates
Soothing fragrance is made from essential oils and botanical extracts
12 oz. pump is easy to operate to prevent wasteful use
  • Additional Info
SKU
SEV22946
Manufacturer
Seventh Generation, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
22946
Brand Name
Seventh Generation
Product Type
Foam Soap
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Application/Usage
Hand
Features
Non-toxic
Fragrance Classification
Black Raspberry & Vanilla
Certifications & Standards
  • USDA
  • Leaping Bunny
Recycled
No

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Seventh GenerationBlack Currant Natural Hand Wash
 
3.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

please make REFILL SIZE Free and Clear UNSCENTED

By vermonter

from Rutland Vermont

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

Unscented Free & Clean is the only hand soap I use. I even buy it for my office. PLEASE MAKE A UNSCENTED REFILL SIZE It is such a waste to keep buying the pump bottles.

 
5.0

Smells Amazing

By Cbryant69

from Cleveland, OH, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

Bought and love smells great and very gentle on skin

 
5.0

Gentle on little ones hands

By Cbryant69

from Cleveland, OH, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

Currently using this in my home childcare this one is in my childcare bathroom that's a children's only bathroom.! Love it will be buying again .

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

lavender with mint smells like gas station soap

By Hermanderpaul

from Maryland, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

I purchased the lavender and mint, it smells awful. Better that they just offer lavender alone. If they mix it, consider thyme and rosemary. I won't buy it again with these two fragrances mixed. Lots of other companies make lavender scented soap and they got it right!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

PLEASE MAKE FREE & CLEAR UNSCENTED IN REFILL SIZE!

By Princess Jo

from Los Altos, CA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

This Free & Clear Unscented is my family's FAVORITE soap. We hate scented soap and this one has the perfect consistency and washes well. What we dislike is that we can only purchase it in the 12 oz pump bottles. For a company that markets itself as caring about the environment, it seems quite ironic that the soap is eco-friendly but the container isn't! PLEASE MAKE THIS IN A REFILL SIZE!!!

 
1.0

Smells like plastic.

By Earielles

from Trenton, NJ, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Black Currant Natural Hand Wash:

I purchased the lavender mint thinking it would be a great smell and due to allergies it's be a great purchase. Since my hands stink like plastic they're super dry. I use free & clear detergent which is great but this soap is a huge disappointment. Wish I could return.

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