Green Products: Eco Me Laundry Detergent

Looking for a green laundry detergent that effectively combats dirt and grime? Eco Me’s Lavender Blossom Laundry Detergent, derived from natural plant extracts, may just be an answer to your quest.

We love the ideals behind this company, which we covered here after they were featured on the television show “The Profit.” Eco Me founders Robin Levine and Jennifer Mihajlov needed a little help to make their green cleaning eco mission a success and, luckily, “The Profit’s” Marcus Lemonis, the multimillionaire Camping World executive, decided to help them with a prime time business makeover.

Now, Eco Me’s product roundup includes cleaning, skin care, and pet care products. This unique company focuses its ingredients on the natural and contain no sulfates, no perfumes or dyes (phthalates), and no harsh preservatives. The company’s products are also rated #1 on ECO SCALE by

With a natural, non-toxic ingredient list and a focus on cleaning performance, it’s no wonder we were impressed by Eco Me’s Lavender Blossom Laundry Detergent, which comes in a 32-ounce size ($10.99) that de-grimes up to 64 loads of laundry.

The easy-to-understand ingredient roundup includes water, coconut oil soap, olive oil soap, jojoba oil soap, rosemary oil extract, aloe, plant-based solubilizer, vegetable glycerin, and plant essential oils. Simple as that.

While this product is packed with an appealing roundup of plant-based, natural ingredients, we did find the sudsing factor to be minimal, even compared to other green-focused laundry detergents. Still, Eco Me’s Laundry Detergent worked effectively time after time, cleaning loads of everything from sweaty fitness apparel to preschooler food-caked clothing.

The Lavender Blossom scent was appealing, not overwhelming, and left our loads lightly scented. Eco Me also offers their Laundry Detergent in a fragrance-free option. All in all, this green cleaning product is a solid option in the laundry room.

Eco Me Laundry Detergent

Erinn Morgan


After a 10-year career as an award-winning New York City-based editor launching and redesigning urban, style-driven magazines, Erinn Morgan left downtown Manhattan after September 11th, 2001, in search of a less encumbered, freelance lifestyle. A two-year-long trek around the country eventually landed her in Durango, Colo., which she now calls home.

Her writing has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, Outside, National Geographic Adventure, Bike, Skiing, Delicious Living, American Cowboy, and on

Erinn is also the author of the eco-focused book, Picture Yourself Going Green, Step-by-Step Instruction for Living a Budget-Conscious, Earth-Friendly Lifestyle in Eight Weeks or Less.

She was previously the editor-in-chief of 20/20 magazine, a special projects editor at Playboy (overseeing the launch of a new, custom magazine), and the founding editor/editor-in-chief of SoHo Style, a much-lauded, avant-garde magazine that covered the culture and style of downtown New York and its reach around the world.

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