All Purpose Cleaner, Lemongrass - "Elbow Grease" Live for Tomorrow (LFT) highly concentrated Lemongrass all-natural, All Purpose Cleaner works so well we nicknamed it “Elbow Grease”. This coconut and citrus-based formula is toxin-free, biodegradable and septic safe – which means you can use it on all...
Enviro Powder Bleach, Hydrogen Peroxide, Non-chlorinated Introducing Live for Tomorrow's latest product, a powerful and effective powder bleach that is formulated with environmentally friendly hydrogen peroxide as its active ingredient! Say goodbye to traditional chlorinated bleach that poses a problem for our planet. Unlike...
Hand Soap, Unscented - "Clean Mitts" Meet “Clean Mitts” - Live for Tomorrow (LFT)’s all-natural sunflower and coconut-based hand soap line. This moisturizing formula leaves hands soft & clean, and you can rest easy knowing you are not only fragrance-free, but also free of toxins,...
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Get the dirt on our ingredients!
So glad that you are curious about our cleaning products. All of our ingredients are listed below. We’re confident this will help you make smart and informed decisions about what you use in your home. Further questions? Give us a shout.
You won’t find these ingredients in our products:
NO Sodium Lauryl Sulphate
NO Palm oil
NO Synthetic fragrances
NO Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)
NO Alkylphenol ethoxylates (APEs)
NO known carcinogens, mutagens or reproductive toxins listed by the U.S. National Toxicology Program, or the European Union’s REACH.
Ezymes are produced using fermentation which involves growing carefully selected microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) in a rich broth of nutrients (the fermentation medium) and a high concentration of oxygen (aerobic conditions). Enzymes are an alternative to traditional chemical ingredients. Amylase enzymes are ideally situated to remove starch based stains e.g potato, rice and grain.
Calcium chloride is somewhat similar, structurally, to table salt but contains calcium instead of sodium. Calcium chloride is hygroscopic in nature, meaning it absorbs water and then dissolves into it. Calcium chloride is used to stabilize enzymes.
Caprylyl/Myristyl Glucoside is a cleaning agent, an Amine Oxide surfactant, that can also be found in a variety of products including shampoos and dishwashing detergents. It removes dirt and deposits by surrounding dirt particles to loosen them from the surface they're attached to, so they can be rinsed away.
Citric acid is a weak organic acid. It occurs naturally in citrus fruits. Lemons and limes have high concentrations. Citric acid is used in multiple functions, from acidifying a product (reduce alkaline levels), water softening and improve detergency.
Citrus Paradisi oil is extracted from the fresh peel by cold compression that has a fresh aroma and works well as a natural degreaser and is astringent.
Function: Organic essential oil
Made by blending raw coconut oil with a naturally-derived chemical. This ingredient usually provides the mild and gentle "sudsing" base for body washes, facial cleansers, shampoos, bubble bath, and other liquid cleansing formulations. It is also has properties that can be used to adjust the thickness (viscosity) of formulations.
Coco Glucoside is derived from coconut and fruit sugars. It is a cleaning agent that can also be found in a variety of products including shampoos and dishwashing detergents. It removes dirt and deposits by surrounding dirt particles to loosen them from the surface they're attached to, so they can be rinsed away.
Glycerine is derived from coconut and vegetable oil, and is a byproduct of soap making process. Glycerin is a moisturizer that can also be found in personal care products such as skin lotion. It helps prevent a product from drying out and breaking apart. It works by drawing water in and forming a barrier on a surface to help retain moisture.
Glyceryl Oleate is the ester of glycerin and oleic acid. It is produced from oils that contain high concentrations of oleic acid, such as olive oil, peanut oil, teaseed oil or pecan oil. It is used as an emulsifier (mixes oil and water).
Isopropanol is a secondary alcohol. It is producing by a chemical reaction between water and propene gas. Propene is found in nature and is a byproduct of vegetation and fermentation processes. Isopropanol is used to stabilize soy based ingredients and improve their functionality.
Produced by the reaction of glucose from corn starch with the fatty alcohol from coconut. It is a cleaning agent that can also be found in a variety of products including shampoos and dishwashing detergents. It removes dirt and deposits by surrounding dirt particles to loosen them from the surface they're attached to, so they can be rinsed away.
Lauryl/Myristyl Glucoside is a cleaning agent, an Amine Oxide surfactant, that can also be found in a variety of products including shampoos and dishwashing detergents. It removes dirt and deposits by surrounding dirt particles to loosen them from the surface they're attached to, so they can be rinsed away.
Potassium Sorbate is a potassium salt of sorbic acid, a naturally occurring antimicrobial compound found in some berries, and is often used as a preservative. It is used to inhibit molds and yeasts in many foods and beverages. Many herbal dietary supplement products generally contain potassium sorbate, which acts to prevent mold and microbes and to increase shelf life, and is used in quantities at which there are no known adverse health effects, over short periods of time. It is used in many personal care products to inhibit the development of microorganisms for shelf stability. Some manufacturers are using this preservative as a replacement for parabens.
Ezymes are produced using fermentation which involves growing carefully selected microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) in a rich broth of nutrients (the fermentation medium) and a high concentration of oxygen (aerobic conditions). Enzymes are an alternative to traditional chemical ingredients. Protease enzymes are ideally situated to remove protein based stains e.g blood, grass, and chocolate.
Sodium Carbonate (also known as washing soda, soda ash and soda crystals) is a naturally occurring mineral and is extracted through mining. Sodium Carbonate is a pH adjuster that can also be found in bath, skin and hair products. It alters the pH of a product to improve stability over time. Every formula has an optimum pH to make it work best. For example, a formula that’s more acidic works better for soap scum removal. Its opposite, a formula that’s more alkaline, might be more effective as a carpet cleaner. We use pH adjusters to make sure we achieve the best pH for a particular job. Also, the pH of a formula can affect how long it lasts within a container – for example limiting its tendency to rust in a can.
Function: Water conditioner / Natural stain remover / Alkalinity builder
Chemical derivative produced by carboxy-methylation of inulin. Inulin is a plant reserve poly-saccharide extracted from a vegetable root.
Function: Water Softener
Dishwasher Powder (Unscented)
Sodium chloride, also known as salt, common salt, table salt. It is a naturally occurring mineral and is either mined or extracted from the ocean. Sodium Chloride is a carrier that is most commonly known as table salt, and can also be found in many household products including shampoos, makeup and bath products. A carrier does just what it sounds like - it helps carry a product to a surface by thinning or thickening the formula or simply ensuring even distribution of the other ingredients in the formula. Without a carrier, the product would not work with the same consistency across a surface.
Sodium Citrate (also known as sour salt) is derived by drying and grinding citrus fruits like limes and lemons. Sodium Citrate is a builder that can also be found in various household products including shampoos, mascara and lipstick. It makes a product formula clean better by affecting the molecules in the formula so they work together better. It can also be used as a stabilizer that maintains the clarity of the product and protects its pH. The pH of a formula can affect how long it lasts within a container – for example limiting its tendency to rust in a can. To ensure product performance, it is important that product formulas maintain their stability over time.
This is a blend of three ingredients. For information on Sodium Chloride and Sodium Carbonate, please refer to the individual listing. Sodium Hydroxide, also known as lye and caustic soda, is obtained as a result of the electrolysis of salt brine. It is used a wash booster to help dissolve grease, oils, fats and protein-based deposits.
Function: Mineral based cleaning agent
2X Dish Liquid (Unscented & Grapefruit)
Sodium metasilicate is produced by fusing sand with sodium carbonate at very high temperatures. It is used as a cleaning booster, rust inhibitor and bleaching agent.
Is derived from renewable natural resources namely, coconut oil. It is Produced by the reaction of between an acidic and alkaline compounds. A cleaning agent that can also be found in a variety of laundry products.
Sodium percarbonate is produced by reaction of sodium carbonate and hydrogen peroxide. Dissolved in water, it yields a mixture of hydrogen peroxide (which eventually decomposes to water and oxygen) and sodium carbonate. It is used as a wash booster.