Learn about why it’s worth switching to solid wood furniture, what to look for in non-toxic and eco-friendly dining tables and chairs, and get our recommended picks!
Find out more about potentially harmful chemicals used to make dog beds and discover alternatives you and your pup will love.
In this guide, you’ll learn about what to look for in non-toxic furniture brands, and then we’ll give your our favorite brands to shop from that are using the safest non-toxic materials.
Nearly everything in a Bath & Body Works store smells great, there are some things to keep in mind when shopping their products. Are Bath and Body Works Wallflowers toxic?
Bean bag chairs have always been a playroom staple, but they’re often filled with toxic polystyrene. Here are the materials to use instead, and a few recommended brands!
Most organic weed killers are a safe and healthy alternative for weed control and environmental conservation. So, if you’d like to go green and still eliminate weeds, try a non-toxic weed killer for lawns and gardens.
Although toxic chemicals have been used for decades to get rid of weeds, today’s gardeners use more eco-friendly methods. Here are some non-toxic and organic DIY recipes for controlling the weeds in your garden.
Here’s what to look for in the best natural and organic cotton & hemp hammocks and our recommended brands.
Just like with water bottles and other food storage, it’s important to be aware of potentially toxic plastic materials that can leach into food and act as endocrine disruptors in the body. Learn more about which materials to look for in non-toxic popsicle molds, which brands are the best, and how to get the most out of your popsicle making experience!
Typical outdoor plates, cups, and cutlery contain toxins like phthalates and PFAS. Learn more about the toxic chemicals in outdoor dinnerware and then get our recommended brands.