blue poppy
how many times have you thought to yourself, “no one ever sends me flowers. I should buy myself flowers,” and then not followed through? us too. so we came up with a solution: the scent of sun-drenched wildflowers. even better? no wilting.

aqua
sodium lauryl sulfate
cocamidopropyl betaine
sodium benzoate
parfum
sodium chloride
glycerin
citric acid
geraniol
limonene
hydroxycitronellal
sodium citrate
aloe barbadensis leaf juice
tocopheryl acetate
CI 60730
CI 42090
more about our ingredients

all of method’s ingredients are comprehensively assessed by a leading research firm to ensure their safety for people and the environment. you can find a list of all our ingredients here. please contact us if you’d like more details on an ingredient, or visit MBDC to read more about the assessment process.

foaming hand wash blue poppy

foaming at the mouth, bad. foaming at the sink, fun.

foamy stuff. it’s just one of those things that everybody likes. kind of like marshmallows and puppies, but without all the calories and obedience classes. so pump, lather, smile and the next thing you know your hands are soft and clean. what’s not to love? especially when the formula is biodegradable, naturally derived and contains no dirty ingredients.

£2.99

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blue poppy
how many times have you thought to yourself, “no one ever sends me flowers. I should buy myself flowers,” and then not followed through? us too. so we came up with a solution: the scent of sun-drenched wildflowers. even better? no wilting.

aqua
sodium lauryl sulfate
cocamidopropyl betaine
sodium benzoate
parfum
sodium chloride
glycerin
citric acid
geraniol
limonene
hydroxycitronellal
sodium citrate
aloe barbadensis leaf juice
tocopheryl acetate
CI 60730
CI 42090
more about our ingredients

all of method’s ingredients are comprehensively assessed by a leading research firm to ensure their safety for people and the environment. you can find a list of all our ingredients here. please contact us if you’d like more details on an ingredient, or visit MBDC to read more about the assessment process.

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