There’s not much that science and coconut oil can’t handle
We do clean our own way, with help from nature and science. This is how.
Real clean, no chemicals
Coconut oil is more than a likeable ingredient; it’s a competitive cleaner. Its fatty acids are known to have antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties. We use it as a base to fight off germs, dirt, grit, and grime, while also busting the myth that you need chemicals to clean.
Going from coconuts to cleaners can leave some scratching their heads. But, the process is actually pretty simple. Saponification, which legit means “turning into soap,” is a chemical reaction that happens when we combine coconut oil with lye, or a base. Voila, coconutty soap!
Coconuts can do more than piña coladas
When we set out to make powerful, natural clean, science quickly led us to coconuts. Coconut oil is capable of creating a satisfying, sudsy lather that productively cleans, gets rid of grime, and moisturizes skin. Plus, it’s totally safe for your day-to-day and our planet’s future. Win, win.
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The first rule of cleancult is: cleaners gotta clean.