Fabrics just feel better, smell fresher and last longer when you use Lenor fabric conditioner.
How do we make sure Lenor provides your clothes with long-lasting freshness when you wash them? It's all thanks to our high standards and the carefully selected ingredients we use during manufacturing.
Internal and external experts have thoroughly assessed the ingredients for our Lenor fabric conditioner so we can guarantee it is safe for the intended use.
All Lenor products from P&G which are sold in the UK and Ireland have not been tested on animals. Getting rid of testing on animals is so important to us which is why we have invested more than £340 million in developing non-animal testing methods and work closely with groups such as PETA. Learn more here.
Our products are manufactured and distributed in full compliance with UK and international safety standards. You can read more about Procter & Gamble's approach to ingredient safety here. Our corporate P&G website explains our ingredients philosophy and how we select the ingredients we both do and do not use in more detail. If you're interested in learning more about what goes into Lenor, you've come to the right place!
Since Lenor emerged on the scene in 1963 in Germany, we have consistently remained innovative and dedicated to providing the best possible freshness and softness for your clothes. Nothing is more important to Lenor than the safety of our products and the people that use them.
Below we give you the lowdown on the fabric conditioner ingredients that go into our products*, giving your clothes the fresh scent and softness that you love so much.
* Please note that some of the detailed individual ingredients are subject to change as formula improvements are being made continuously. This information will be updated regularly, but at some point in time individual ingredients may differ.