Our no-plastic packaging is made to dissolve and decompose, leaving no trace.

Plus, a solution

Just-add-water, zero waste body wash for a smarter clean and a happier planet.


Our Packaging


Each Body Wash sheet is wrapped in a dissolvable sachet made of wood pulp from responsibly managed FSC forests; vanishes down your drain instantly. The ink is no-tox, bio-renewable, FDA approved, and dissolves without a trace.


To protect Plus, our home compostable, bio-based zip pouch keeps oxygen and moisture out. ASTM D6400 certified safe for composting.


Our certified home compostable mailers are made from a thin but sturdy layer of bio-based materials that break down into water, carbon dioxide, and organic matter.

About Composting

At Plus, we design products from start to finish that leave no trace, either dissolving instantly or returning to the soil. Our goal in designing compostable packaging is to help advocate for making compost mainstream.

Your Plus bag is home compostable and can be added to your food waste collection and processed by your council, however, you may wish to double check with your local authority as recycling schemes vary. It may also be possible to add the bag to your regular garden waste collection but, again, please check locally.

Here are a few tips if you don’t have access to these services:

Our Shipping

Plus travels light, lowering emissions in transportation by 80% vs. liquid body wash. We use Royal Mail as our carrier as they deliver mail in more emissions-conscious ways: by bike, electric vehicles, and even on foot. At Plus, we offset emissions and make this journey fully carbon neutral.

Our plastic-free, lightweight products are naturally lower in C02 emissions, and we’re working to lower emissions further at each step. For what we can’t reduce today, we offset 110% via verified Pachama forest improvement projects. One effort we’re supporting is The McCloud River project in California: through sustainable practices, the landowners have preserved more forest and actually increased the amount of carbon stored by the property over time.

We know carbon offsets aren’t a solution to climate change, but verified offsets are one small step we can take in the right direction.