Bronze Prize Camelia washing-up liquid

Name : Huang Yi Tang (Taiwan)

The camellia oleifera abel is a type of wild camellia that grows wild in the mountains of Taiwan. Since the seed includes a large amount of oil, it has been used from way back as cooking oil. After having removed all of this edible oil, the residue is ground into a powder; this is called "tea powder". This "tea powder" not only has antibacterial and odor eliminating properties, it also breaks down oil, and is greatly suited to washing dishes. And since tea oil is included, it is mild on the user's skin and has the added advantage of being gentle on the environment. Since it is something born from waste products, it is very economical.