The feminine care industry sells products containing unregulated and potentially harmful chemicals, and now studies show there is glyphosate in tampons!
A study found that emissions from personal care products commuters use before leaving in the morning were roughly equivalent in magnitude to emissions from the tailpipes of their cars,
The WVE performed an in-depth analysis of each major category of feminine hygiene products, and found that use of potentially harmful chemicals is quite common.
Food can be a fun, economical way to treat dry skin and give your skin a little boost of moisture and softness.
Legislators in the U.K. join the U.S. in placing much-needed restrictions on plastic microbeads, but sales of products with these pollutants will continue for some time.
Most people have toxic products linked to cancer in every corner of their homes, often without even realizing it. It’s not like the labels of these products all have a huge warning sign that reads, “I can cause cancer!”
Dental health is of great importance to lead both a painless and healthy lifestyle and for the prevention of other physical diseases such as heart disease and cancer.
Natural remedies for acne, age spots and other skin problems are a great, low cost way to improve the appearance of your skin.
Studies show antiseptic ingredients in personal care products and household cleaners disrupt a cell’s ability to make energy and may cause reproductive harm.
With an armpit detox and a natural deodorant, you no longer have to put hormone-disrupting and carcinogenic chemicals on your skin.