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Although it’s a fact, it’s not very well known that your skin is the largest organ, and it absorbs what you put on it. That means that in addition to the soaps, shampoo, lotions and cosmetics you apply to it, cleaning products that you use to clean your home are also absorbed. Even if you […]
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Sulfates are a very common ingredient in most bath, hair and beauty products. For the sake of simplicity, we will refer to Sodium Laureth Sulfates and Sodium Lauryl Sulfates (SLS), as they are the most widely used in these products. SLS are chemicals that act as emulsifiers, which basically mixes two liquids together, usually something […]
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HAIRCARE and SKINCARE DermOrganic: Vegan, mostly organic, cruelty free http://www.dermorganic.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=15 SKINCARE/BATHCARE and HAIRCARE Desert Essence: Some organics. Some vegan. All vegetarian. https://www.desertessence.com/ Alaffia: Fair Trade, plant derived, products that are mostly, if not completely vegan (although they don’t state that on their site) http://www.alaffia.com/ Living Libations: Vegan and organic, cruelty free. Toothcare as well. http://www.livinglibations.com/ Edible […]
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I LOVE World Market! It carries the unique and obscure from around the world as well as the everyday simple things that are awesome quality. I have been on the search for some bargin colored napkins, since our everyday white ones have stained so nasty that I won’t even use them anymore, especially with company. Low and behold World […]
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One of the sweet spots in Charlotte, NC It is a place filled with a food court that serves mainly local grown ingredients. The 7th Street Public Market stands on the principles of sustainability and truly reflects the City of Charlotte’s direction to be a “Green City”. Live in Charlotte? Visiting? This place is a […]
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Yes this is an extreme (extremely funny too!), but it does make you think, how many napkins are we using? How many trees are being used to make those little conveniences of ours? One statistic I found related to the trees used to make paper products is the following:544,000 trees would be saved by replacing […]
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