The most popular laundry detergent brands carry ingredients that have been linked to everything from allergies and dry skin all the way to cancer. There are so many great smelling non-toxic laundry detergent brands that are completely effective, so why NOT choose the safer bet?
You likely spend a lot of time on your couch, whether you’re snuggling up for a good show or gathering together with loved ones for game night. Here’s what to look for in a non-toxic sofa and our favorite eco-friendly brands.
Are non-toxic bed frames really necessary? Which materials should you look for? We’ve got you answers to all that and more. Plus recommendations for every type of bed frame.
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?
Why does underwear fabric choice matter for vaginal health? Why is organic cotton the best choice? Here are the healthiest brands of underwear for your health.
Is Native deodorant good? Does it actually work? Is it really “natural”? Does it stain clothes? Where can you buy it? We’re literally answering all of your questions about this trendy deo.
In this article, we’re investigating Native shampoo and conditioner ingredients (are they safe and non-toxic?), what hair types are best suited for Native’s hair care products, and our honest thoughts after using Native’s hair care products.
Most conventional dry shampoo brands contain toxic ingredients. Let’s talk about the problematic ingredients to look out for and the non-toxic dry shampoo brands to use instead.
There’s a lot to consider when buying a non-toxic high chair. In this article, you’ll learn what to look for (and avoid), and then we’ll give you our recommended brands to check out.
Let’s discuss why Bath & Body Works candles are bad for you, what’s inside them, how it affects people and pets, as well as what are the best alternative options.