From bathroom cleaner to laundry detergent to hand soap, pretty much any personal care or home cleaning product you purchase contains a secret ingredient you have no idea you’re paying for: water. In fact, most commercial cleaning products contain a whopping 90 to 95 percent water. So when you pick up a new floor cleaner, you’re basically just paying for a plastic bottle (which you already have), water (which probably comes out of your tap), and a teeny-tiny amount of actual ingredients.
With a goal of correcting that imbalance, reducing the environmental impact of personal care and cleaning products, and offering non-toxic alternatives, DutyBox have emerged in recent years with a creative solution.
The Concept combines making non-toxic formulas; using reduced-plastic packaging; and creating sustainably packaged, concentrated cleaning refill capsules.
Moreover, Dutybox is changing the way conscious consumers clean their homes, and the future of the cleaning product industry.
And that — the fact that refillable systems can help not only the environment but also the customers save money — as the y pay only for the actual ingredients
If you choose between the businesses that are doing their best to be sustainable, as opposed to whatever random brand you find in the store who’s doing virtually nothing to lower its impact, why wouldn’t you?