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Hey, we wanted to check and see if you’ve seen this…

It has to do with a really special product that Dr.Wiggy and his wife Emily made for kids.

You see, in an effort to protect our children (theirs and everyone they serve through the practice and the online store), Dr. Wiggy and Emily went through the extra steps to make sure that their product Raise Them Well Certified ToxicFree® Foaming Baby Wash N’ Shampoo received an independent certification for being a non-toxic product.

Why did they even need to do that?

The answer’s quite simple.

There are hundreds, if not thousands of personal hygiene products made for kids.

And many of them are anything but safe. Even the ones that are supposedly natural and organic.

All you have to do is look at lawsuits against companies like “The Honest Company” to see that trust doesn’t go very far these days.

And remember, “organic” doesn’t always mean healthy either.

Which is why Dr. Wiggy and Emily decided to get a certification on this product.

Kids love this product (and so do parents and grandparents), and the fact that it’s incredibly safe makes it all the better.

The Toxic Free Foundation Says Our Foaming Body Wash Gets An A+

The Toxic Free Foundation is an independent organization that helps analyze and certify products to ensure they are free from 500+ potentially dangerous chemicals.

See, the problem is companies can say “natural” or “organic” on their product labels if they include just 1 ingredient that is natural or organic.

If they do that, they can dupe unsuspecting customers into thinking that they’re purchasing a product that won’t produce any long term health effects.

The Toxic Free Foundation tests extensively to make sure that every single ingredient added to a product is as follows:

Safe: TOXICFREE certified products are guaranteed to be completely free from harmful chemicals.

TOXICFREE certified products contain only ingredients that are 100% natural and from the earth.

Eco Friendly: TOXICFREE certified products are manufactured sustainably and are safe for the environment.

If you want to see exactly how they vet products and chemicals they have a document on this website that shows you what they do to ensure products that receive their Toxic Free label are in fact not bad for you and your kids.

The Raise Them Well Certified ToxicFree® Foaming Baby Wash N’ Shampoo is one of the only kids’ body washes to receive a “Toxic-Free” label.

So what does it have in it?

Barely anything, but more than enough to help keep kids clean and smelling great;

Also, the answer is Purified Water (Aqua), Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Sodium Chlorite (Stabilized Oxygen), Vegetable Glycerin**, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil*

More importantly is what’s not in there.

There are no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial detergents or fragrances, no endocrine disruptors, no carcinogens, and nothing you’d ever be afraid to give even the youngest child!

Kids love the heck out of it too since it gets nice and foamy… and parents obviously enjoy using it because it leaves their kids smelling fresh and clean...and actually cleaning them!


Talk soon,

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