Currently only available in the Western Cape
R39,00 – R69,00
“If it’s yellow, let it mellow” is the water saving motto around South Africa, but no-one told us anything about the smell! Better Earth’s Toilet Tamer is specially formulated to save our precious water and keep unwanted odours at bay without compromising the environment.
With super fresh lemongrass oil and vanilla, not only does it smell great and instantly deodorise anything you use it on, but it also has some serious germ-fighting powers, too. Use it as a refreshing room spray too! Free of harmful ethoxylated ingredients, sulphated surfactants, parabens, animal products, colourants and synthetic fragrances. Completely biodegradable, it has never been tested on animals and is safe for use with grey water systems and sceptic tanks. The beauty of Better Earthâ€™s range is that their products are kept simple while still being effective.
- For use as a toilet spray to reduce unwanted odours between flushing as well as a general-purpose room spray.
- Lemongrass oil instantly deodorises as well as being anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.
- All-natural ingredients are much better for those who are sensitive to harsh chemicals, preventing irritation and leaving skin soft.
- Never tested on animals, Better Earth is endorsed by â€˜Beauty Without Crueltyâ€™ and â€˜The Vegan Societyâ€™.
- Biodegradable (safe for use with greywater systems and septic tanks).
- Manufactured in South Africa with every effort made to reduce our carbon footprint.
- All bottles are made from 100% â€˜No.2â€™ recyclable plastic. Which means you can recycle it again. Plus, the labels are recyclable too!
- Spray 3-4 times directly onto the water in the toilet bowl to disguise unpleasant odours.
- Spray 1-2 times into the air, avoiding eye-contact freshen the air.
- Store in a cool, dark place. If ingested, please seek medical help. Keep out of reach of children
- Water (Aqua), Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Citrullus) Oil, Vanilla Planifolia, Alcohol. As this product is completely natural, some inconsistencies in colour and settling might occur.