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Natural Products

Over the last few years people have become more conscious of what they’re putting in their bodies and on their skin. Going
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We are hearing new promises that synthetic biology and GMOs 2.0 will combat climate change, decrease pressure on land or even save endangered species. But these promises are just industry hype to encourage investment and keep away regulators.
Vinegar is really an all-star cleaning product.
While the fashion industry continuously evolves, so to does the world of beauty and the ever-growing debate about the merits of "natural beauty." As a consumer it is often hard to understand what that means.
After I had my baby, I began to feel a huge responsibility to educate myself on what is out there for mother and baby. I became increasingly frustrated with the marketplace. If something was safe for baby and me, it was overly expensive, wouldn't last very long, and had a lengthy list of ingredients I didn't recognize.
The benefits of natural beauty products have always been very important to me. And now that I have kids, I'm extremely conscious of what goes on their skin. Avoiding synthetic chemicals that I can't pronounce and choosing natural alternatives helps keep everyone healthy, and looking fabulous.
There has been so much talk in the news lately about deodorants and how some of them can be potentially toxic, I thought I would learn more about natural deodorants. I spoke with Tara Martinson, Product Developer/Herbalist, Rocky Mountain Soap Company and she helped me understand more about deodrants and how to avoid toxic ingredients.
Wouldn’t it be nice if having a clean home didn’t come at an environmental cost? Many of the ingredients used in conventional
Since I've made the move to non-toxic cosmetics, I've been getting a rather personal question: Don't you stink?The transition to natural deodorant is one of the most feared steps of the path to a less toxic lifestyle. Not everyone is willing to risk smelling bad to protect themselves and the environment from toxins.