Common Good: Hardworking, Eco-Friendly Dish Soap That Looks Good by the Sink

updated May 2, 2019
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Brooklyn-based company Common Good has been making eco-friendly home cleaners since 2010, but their recent high-profile collaboration with West Elm is what really put them on the map. All of the cleaners, including the concentrated dish soap, are 100% biodegradable and sulphate-free, and scented with pure essential oils. Plus, they’re refillable, and look oh-so-pretty sitting by the sink.

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Common Good’s signature dish soap scents include Lavender, Bergamot, and Unscented, but you can find the Sage Leaf scent exclusively at West Elm. The minimal packaging is understated and neat, and meant to encourage refilling. If you live in the New York area, you can refill your dish soap at one of their refill stations. You can also buy 32 oz refill buckets of the Sage Leaf scent at West Elm.

A 16 oz plastic bottle of dish soap sells for $7.99 on Common Good’s website, while a 16 oz glass bottle goes for $24. This is a concentrated formula, so you only need a little squirt to clean a full sink of dishes.

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You can also find Common Good cleaners online at West ElmVineMignon Kitchen Co, and Sur La Table.

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