Health and wellness is on the rise, especially with the recent global pandemic.
Many products are being advertised as “safe” and “all-natural”, but are they really all that safe? 
The packages are pretty and the labels are clever, but the more you dig, the more you find out. This will help you decide what’s truly safe and give you the tools you need to start making simple swaps for a healthier home. 

According to the American Lung Association, there are many cleaning supplies and household products on the market that can cause numerous health conditions from minor things like throat or eye irritation to headaches all the way to major things like cancer. 

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Some products may release volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These gases come from paint, air fresheners, gasoline, tobacco smoke, wood-burning stoves, and a handful of household cleaners and disinfectants. Research shows that some VOCs can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat; create difficulty breathing and nausea, and cause harm to the central nervous system and other organs.

Products that can include VOCs and toxic substances include:*

    • Aerosol sprays
    • Oven and appliance cleaners
    • Air fresheners
    • Dishwashing liquid and detergent
    • Carpet and upholstery cleaners
    • Bleach

*This is not a complete list.


Take a look at this slideshow to see how easy it is to switch out all your toxic products!



























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