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Hand Soap - [Refill Tablets]

Hand Soap - [Refill Tablets]

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The new and improved formula for our Dazz Foaming Hand Soap is here!!

4 Fragrances:

  • Pina Colada
  • Eucalyptus Mint
  • Strawberry Rose
  • Lavender Lemon

Enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature, and reduce single-use plastics with Dazz Eco-Friendly Hand Soap.

Each pack contains 2 x tablets that make 250ml of Foaming Hand Soap.

  • Naturally Safe, Plant Based and Mineral Ingredients
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Family & Pet Safe
  • Compostable packaging
  • 100% Biodegradable

Fill an empty foaming hand soap dispenser with water, drop in the refill tablets, and get washing! 

The improved formula has also now been certified by Leaping Bunny, EPA Safer Choice and USDA BioPreferred!

Hand Soap Ingredients:
 Sodium Laury Sulfate derived from coconuts.
• Sodium bicarbonate.

 Food Grade Citric Acid.
• Sodium Carbonate.
 Food grade fragrance.


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Two brothers hope to disrupt the home cleaning industry with a new product that eliminates the need for plastic bottles.

Mt Maunganui-based Nathan and Jacob Buchan have just launched Dazz New Zealand with a line of products they say will make a massive dent in the 1.7 billion bottles New Zealanders throw away every year.

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