Nellies All Natural Laundry Soap Review

I was given the opportunity to try this product by an all-natural Canadian company called Nellies All-natural laundry soda. I was super excited about this as for the last few years I have tried to incorporate more Eco-friendly and All-Natural products into our everyday lives. We all have laundry to do right? So why not try something that give you the same results without all the harsh chemical 🙂


Since having my son I’ve tried many different laundry soaps as he has very delicate skin and most of them  irritate him. This is perfectly safe and gentle for his skin type. It gets your clothes clean with just a small spoonful (which is provided with the soap) how convenient! And best of all it dissolves quickly in hot or cold water and doesn’t leave your clothes stiff because of left over sticky residue. I will recommend that you dissolve the laundry soap in with your water and not pouring it directly onto your clothes. Follow those simple directions and your fabrics will come out fresh and soft.

It’s Natural but still harmful if swallowed so please keep away from Children, Pets and Husbands (giggles) As stated on the product 🙂 Each laundry bag of soap contains on average 50 loads. Which is awesome!!!


Overall I am truly satisfied with this product and would highly recommend it to everyone! Especially people with allergies!!!

To find out more information on this great company, please check out the options below!

Disclosure: I received product(s) for free in exchange for an honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good for my readers.


34 responses to “Nellies All Natural Laundry Soap Review

  1. We try to eat clean, so not a lot of processed food. And I have gone to natural household cleaners now that we have a child.

  2. We grow vegetables and fruits so that we have fresh produce throughout the summer. And we try to use vinegar and baking soda when we clean the house

  3. I try to choose eco-friendly household/cleaning products to use in my home.

  4. I try to use eco-friendly household/cleaning products, and cook from scratch as often as possible to avoid unnecessary additives, and excess packaging.

  5. Where can we buy this soap?

  6. We make our cleaners for the most part instead of using chemical products

  7. We use cloth diapers, natural laundry soap, clean with water, vinegar and baking soda, eat lots of organic foods and fruits and vegetables. We also buy certain things second hand.

    • Thanks 🙂 I love that you mention second hand, cause i think absolutely the same way.. I mean its nice to go to walmart and you can get $3 shirts now but still, compared to like $0.50- $1 you’d pay at lets say a yard sale…Totally worth it though :D…

  8. We try to use natural cleaners like Nellie’s, Pink Solution, baking soda, vinegar, and high quality cleaning cloths that require only water for cleaning things like glass and mirrors. We also make our own jam.

  9. using mostly natural cleaners and a small garden in our yard for fresh fruit and veggies

  10. We cut out nasty chemicals wherever we can, use green cleaners & try and stay away from processed foods.

  11. We support our local organic farmers market

  12. We buy all natural cleaning products and cosmetics as much as possible!

  13. nomnombearinyvr

    We are cloth diaper users and because of that we also have to use all natural detergent.

  14. We use all-natural products and natural remedies for our garden! No chemicals for us!

  15. I have used all Green cleaning products that are all natural.I have also tried Earth Rocks products that are all natural.I love this type of product whether its for my home or my personal use.

  16. I have tried all-natural products such as Greene and Earth Rocks for all natural ingredient cleaners.I love using all-natural beauty products too.

  17. We use natural alternatives for laundry soap and dryer balls instead of dryer sheets. We also don’t use chemicals for cleaning as much as possible

  18. i use lots all natural cleaners, like vinegar/ baking soda. we eat mostly organic foods and cook from scratch.

  19. I use vinegar and baking soda a lot in my home !

  20. WE compost in our garden and I clean most of my house with vinegar, water and borax!

  21. Try to use eco-friendly household cleaners.

  22. I’ve been using more green cleaners and use window cleaning cloths that require no chemicals, and I sometimes make my own cleaners with vinegar and water.

  23. I try to buy eco friendly cleaning products , and buy less processed foods

  24. Donna Christianson

    I buy less processed food and we have a garden

  25. I plant a small garden , avoid harsh chemicals and line dry my clothes

  26. susanne smith mccarthy

    We grow some of our own veges — lettuce, tomotoes, green peppers. And I try to use safer cleaners around the house…..lots of vinegar!

  27. we recycle =)

  28. My family and I plant lots of plants to beautify our property with a vegetable garden also. We use a homemade compost by digging a hole in our backyard which we fill with grass clippings and food wastes. Food wastes that are edible we feed to our backyard chickens who will clean everything to the bone literally. Meat bones, corn on the cobs, watermelon are all picked to the bone/stalk which are then put into the composter. We tend to use bio degradable soaps and we hang dry our clothes. As far as products we dont have a set list of what we buy, but we try to reduce packaging in our choices.

  29. Angela Mitchell

    I use vinegar and baking soda for a lot of cleaning in my house. Baking soda gets out stains on my counter top all the time:)

  30. I was wondering if you had done a price comparison to other brands and what the price per load was?

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