Sensitive skin? Your laundry detergent might be the culprit.

Did you know that most traditional laundry detergents contain artificial enzymes? That is bad for sensitive skin!

Enzymes are very harsh chemicals that act like small selective scissors that break stains into pieces. So enzymes are great at stain removal, and that is why they are put into most laundry soaps. These laundry soaps are often called biological laundry soap. Unfortunately, artificial enzymes do not completely wash out of your clothes and that is why if you have sensitive skin, you sometimes itch and burn even from wearing clean clothes.

The Allergy Foundation of South Africa recommends that if you suffer from sensitive skin or atopic dermatitis, you should stay away from biological laundry detergents that contain enzymes.

Rather use Mrs Martin’s LAUNDRY!

We include no enzymes in our LAUNDRY soap, so laundry is NOT biological. Our next generation technology goes a step further: we include spores of indigenous microbes. Microbes are intelligent enzyme generators: they see what dirt they are up against – protein or fat or starch – and then they produce the correct enzyme to break that down. This all happens on a microscopic level so the amount of enzymes are far reduced.

Instead of a shotgun approach where you have to include large amounts of all the enzymes just to be sure, our friendly microbes produce small amounts of exactly the correct enzyme only. We call this technology biologically active.

So next time you itch, or your husband complains of itchy skin, give our LAUNDRY a try.

And remember to let me know how it went!

Cheerio

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