Understanding what toxins may be lurking in products we use on ourselves and our families and what alternatives are out there either in the store or in your kitchen cabinet are important for Working Moms to know for several reasons: Companies care about a bottom line, not necessarily your family. So to save time and/or
Category: Cleaner Living
So after taking a look at my hair care routine I decided to look at other ways I was using products with unnecessary and harmful chemicals. Next up was my face! I never had blemishes until I was 21. I have a pretty classic “T-zone” which means I get most of my oil and breakouts
Hello Natural Mommies! Whipped up my first batch of homemade deodorant tonight… So look out for a review in the coming weeks about how it works. Also, next week’s column will feature my recipe for facial cleansing and moisturizing WITHOUT chemical products AND it will save you a lot of money! See you soon!
Picture is from this website There’s been a lot of talk about apple juice lately as Consumer Reports/Dr. Oz both have done an expose’ on the arsenic (and lead!) levels found in samples of bottled or boxed apple (and grape) juices. Here’s the lowdown: – Arsenic is a naturally occurring element. It is abundant in
Welcome to the first Cleaner Living Column! Most people who want to reduce their chemical use, may start with something innocuous like kitchen cleaner, something that no one will really see or care about if it goes wrong or doesn’t work. NOT ME! I picked my hair! For background, I currently have shoulder length, auburn/brown
I wanted to start a column talking about ways we can live cleaner. Not just for the environment, but how to reduce the abuse on our bodies and the bodies we love by limiting the chemicals we subject them to. Growing up, I never really gave any thought to the products I used or exposed