Is Anti-Allergen Laundry Detergent Right For You? (Video Review)

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Raise your hand if you suffer from allergies or know someone who suffers from allergies. I think it’s safe to say that most of us raised our hands to that question.


There are simple measures to alleviate some of the discomforts of allergies and they’re as simple as changing some of the products that we use on a daily basis. Laundry detergent is one of them. If it’s safer for the environment then that’s an even bigger bonus.


Anti-Allergen Laundry Detergent from Ecology Works helps on both those counts. It’s a fragrance, perfume and enzyme free detergent that gets your clothes clean while eliminating dust, animal dander and more importantly, dirt from your clothes.


I had the opportunity to test it out on a couple of loads of laundry and the first thing that impressed me was that it didn’t have a scent. Most times we associate clean clothes with the fresh fragrance scent of the detergent we use. That’s fine but, people who are allergic to the scent and to the chemicals that help create the scent suffer. That’s most of my family who have chronic allergies as well as other conditions like asthma and psoriasis that are sensitive to the perfumey detergents.


i really like Anti-Allergen Laundry Detergent from Ecology Works. I must admit that the $25.95 price tag kind of threw me off but, it’s concentrated and let’s face it, I’d rather pay a little more and feel comfortable versus saving some money and having my skin itch and be irritated. Plus, it’s good for mother earth. I can’t argue with that.


Check out my video review:

You can purchase the Anti-Allergen Laundry Detergent from Ecology Works here.


How aware are you about the effect the products you buy have on the environment?

Do you suffer from allergies and use an anti-allergen soap? If so, what brand? Would you be willing to try TheEcologyWorks.com anti-allergen detergent?