Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid contains the following ingredients. Interestingly, these are not listed on the product anywhere. The Cussons website provides this ingredient list.
Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate: (petroleum derived) rarely causes allergic reactions; irritation on sensitive skin; some animal studies show adverse effects.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate: (petroleum derived) can cause or promote acne; skin, eye or lung irritation.
Alcohol: does not state whether it is pure, which is generally considered safe, or denatured, which is considered broadly toxic; skin irritation; neurotoxicity; birth defects; teratogenic.
Lauramidopropyl Betaine: generally considered safe.
Lauryl Glucoside: generally considered safe.
Isopropyl Alcohol: skin dryness and irritation; suspected respiratory, cardiovascular, kidney, liver, developmental and neuro toxicity.
Parfum: designed to mask. Not considered for safe use in cosmetics; suspected immuno and neuro toxicity; allergic reactions; asthma
Limonene: sensitisation; skin, eye and lung irritation; wildlife and environmental toxicity.
Tetrasodium EDTA: (petroleum derived) Generally considered safe when used within concentration limits.
Benzsiothiazolinone: (ingredient not found)
Geraniol: allergic reactions; skin and eye irritation; contact dermatitis.
Citrall: may cause irritation to skin, eyes or lungs; allergic reactions; sensitisation.
Linalool: allergic reactions; skin irritation; facial psoriasis.
Citronellol: irritation to skin, mouth, eyes or lips; allergic reactsions; sensitisation.
Colorant: (ingredient not found)
I used The Chemical Maze Shopping Companion (Bill Statham 2008) to decipher the ingredient functions and potential effects.