I’ve never seen anyone talk about a wellness supplement like NingXia Red before.
It all started one day, right at the beginning of our toxin-free journey, when the lymph nodes in my neck were scary-big.
I was a frequent sinus infection sufferer and had worked my way up to being miserable at least once a month, but this time was different.
The sketchy chemicals disrupting our endocrine system (hello, crazy hormones!), harming our organs and even our brain is disturbing on so many levels.
What happens when your shower gel and soaps ring up over a 1 on ewg.org?
You are your home’s shield.
Lavender Mint Daily Conditioner is an invigorating daily moisture blend created to be suitable for all hair types.
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Here’s what we really think about it.
My hair’s description: straight, kinky-curly, wavy, frizzy, super-thick. Continue reading “Customer Review: Young Living Lavender Mint Shampoo”
Facial scrubs can be so beneficial-if you’re not destroying your skin with toxins.
Top 3 Reasons to Use a Facial Scrub
Bugs are obnoxious.
From fruit flies in your home to mosquito bites and everything in between, I’ve got you covered.
Oh, how I love travel.
The excitement of our bags packed, onto the next adventure.
After our third year of traveling toxin-free, I finally feel we have mastered the art of it.
To simplify, let’s break it into three categories: Packing + Storage Needs, Getting there…and Back, and Must Have Products.
Getting There…and Back
Now for the nitty gritty.
Let’s build a toxin-free travel toolbox to make this easier!
Must Have Toxin-Free Products For Traveling
After three years of trial and error, we have found the following items to be those we must have for healthy travel.
This makes our time that much more enjoyable, and we find much less stressful as well.
Toxin-Free Floor Cleaner
When it comes to our flooring, it was tough to find a product on the market that had no warnings.
The floor is where our babies play, our animals relax, and they have a role in our whole-home toxicity.
The convenience of grabbing carpet or hard surface cleaner at the store is nice, but it’s not worth it if you’re choosing organ, reproductive, and respiratory- destroying products in the process.
One of the biggest issues I hear when it comes to living this toxin-free lifestyle are the upfront costs.
We’ve already nailed down how much each of our toxic products cost (minus doctor visits for what it does to our bodies), and we’ve added that into our budget, so how do we make the switch without breaking the bank?
Once upon a time…
I thought there would never be a dishwasher detergent that actually got my dishes clean.
You know…company-is-coming-over -this-is-not-a-drill clean.
However, once I realized it wasn’t the dishwasher’s fault (installing a new dishwasher is a great way of figuring this out for sure), I started the search.
I guess my first clue there was something really wrong was when Continue reading “Step-by-Step Toxin-Free Guide: Week 10”
The soap you use on your dishes matters.
Even if you have rinsed it away, residue can still be left behind, and your hands should not be soaking in organ-damaging toxins!
If most every dish soap on the market is junk for your body, what do you do?
It always seemed a little suspect that I could barely handle the smell of the laundry detergent aisle.
Wasn’t it odd that something made to smell great made me nauseous?
I guess because of this, I wasn’t too surprised to find how dangerous they are.
The worst part?