|Posted on Sunday, January 12, 2003 - 4:12 pm: || |
Hi gang! I have just received a copy of a newsletter of "Our toxic times". A friend bought a subscription for us as a gift. It needs a story about MSG and I will send one in when I get a moment. Anyway, as I was skimming through it, I noticed there were several ads for personal care products and home products that may interest some of you...lipsticks, shampoo, baby products, organic cotton items, cleaning products, chemical free furnitiure. I checked out one site, www.chemicallysensitive.com, and it looked pretty interesting. I can't endorse any of the products, but since we often get requests for info on such items, they might offer some safe alternatives. Here are some other sites:
filler free supplements and herbs-www.DrRons.com
home and personal products-www.janices.com
home and personal products-www.dakotafree.com
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|Posted on Saturday, August 26, 2006 - 10:10 am: || |
I've never really contributed info in a forum before, but found your site and am trying to learn to share in the appropriate context--
2 great sites with safe products:
|Posted on Saturday, August 26, 2006 - 10:12 am: || |
tropicaltraditions.com has lotions, soaps, virgin coconut oil products...
ultimatelife.com sells health food products including xylitol made from birch (sugar substitute)
|Posted on Thursday, July 05, 2007 - 1:15 am: || |
Here's a website that I found that calls themselves "The Excipient Free Company!" Their products look pretty good to me, but I haven't tried any yet. Always check the ingredients, of course!
|Posted on Thursday, July 05, 2007 - 1:16 am: || |
Oops. Here's the link for the Excipient Free Company that I talked about above...