Don't Use That Hand Sanitizer
I understand, we have two young kids. Their hands are everywhere, in the dirt, in the toilet and then in their mouths and the easiest thing to do is grab some gel hand sanitizer and wipe the bugs away. However, please take heed and stop using hand sanitizer on your kids. While they may work well to kill germs, you are exposing them to a litany of toxins...
Ingredients Matter: Hand Sanitizer
There is no shortage of information available on all of the dangers that face our families in today’s world. It is overwhelming at times and if it makes you want to go back to bed and pull the covers over your head, I completely understand. I admit that I too get overwhelmed and sometimes annoyed by scare tactics...
Toxic-Free Certified- What it Means
NO.The FDA does not certify organic or toxicfree personal care, household cleaner, or cosmetic products. Actually, the reins are quite loose when it comes to labeling standards in the US...
Don’t Let the Pretty Bottle Fool You
I’ve mentioned before about the lack of regulation and standards in the personal care products industry, but I think it’s really important to keep talking about it. Unfortunately, too many families trust products as safe just because they’re on store shelves and say they are “non-toxic”. Did you know that non-toxic means that only 49% or fewer of lab animals DIED ...
Generously mist hands or any body part, and let air-dry. Spray on counters, work areas, baby changing areas. restrooms, etc. For best results, let dry completely as contact time is vital against some microbes.
Purified Water, Sodium Chlorite (Stabilized Oxygen)***, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate(Coconut Derived).
**Cleansing agent that breaks down into a natural, biodegradable solution.
No nitrosamine contributors are present
Keep out of high temperatures and direct sunlight.