Liquid Dish Soap

This all-natural dish soap is made with a concentrated formula that cuts through a sink full of dishes without the use of harsh chemicals that lead to dry skin. This non-toxic dish soap is formulated with gentle, plant-based ingredients which are Leaping Bunny Certified and safe for kids, pets and the environment. This dish soap is also readily biodegradable, meaning it naturally breaks down quickly without leaving any toxins in the environment!

If you're ready to try something a little different, check out our dish soap blocks. These options are even more sustainable because they require less packaging and are more lightweight, which reduces shipping emissions. 

* Please note this product will soon be archived from the shop. We loved introducing you to it, and you can continue to find this product directly from Common Good. If you'd like to try something new, we recommend this dish soap block that makes your whole kitchen smell like fresh lemongrass! You can read more about why we’re making these changes and stock up on other old favorites here.

Use & Care

Pump or squeeze a small amount of dish soap on to dish brush or swedish dishcloth. Scrub dishes thoroughly. Rinse off with water.

For dispensing, reuse an old liquid dish soap bottle, a pump bottle, or aluminum pump bottle.

Caution: The rim of the aluminum bottle may be sharp.


Water, decyl glucoside, cocamidopropylamine oxide, lauramine oxide, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin.

Biodegradable, plant-based, and Leaping Bunny certified!

Made without:

  • Sulfates
  • Parabens
  • Phthalates
  • MIT or BIT preservatives
  • Harsh chemicals
  • Synthetic fragrances

Size / Materials

  • 16 fl. oz. aluminum bottle with pump top


Made in New Jersey, United States. Sourced from Common Good, a brand dedicated to sustainability that has been creating refillable, biodegradable, leaping bunny certified cleaning products since 2010. 

Custom filled to order in Seattle, WA by Eco Collective.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Hanna S (Portland, OR, US)
A little does not go a long way

This is very watery, I have to use a lot more than a store-bought dish soap to get the job done so I imagine the bottle will go quickly

Jennifer Braden (Seattle, WA, US)
Liquid Dish Soap without a wasted plastic bottle

I am so glad you guys have bulk liquid dish soap now! Makes me so happy to refill the last plastic container of dish soap that I purchased! Wonder how long the container will hold up . . . 10, maybe 20 years :-)