What's in your cabinet?
When I started on this journey many years ago, one of the first things I replaced was our cleaners. It was obvious to me that those products labeled with skulls and crossbones had to go. What wasn't so obvious was the potential harm the products I used daily on myself and my family was having on our health. Supposedly gentle baby wash and shampoos could be anything but!

Each product we use daily contains dozen or more chemicals. Less than 20% of all chemicals in cosmetics have been assessed for their safety by the industry's safety panel so we just don't know what they do to us when we use them. 

Of course, not all of these chemicals are dangerous. But we know that many are known to be carcinogens (that means they cause cancer).

Others are neurotoxins and reproductive toxins; proven to mess up brain development and reproduction in animals.

Wait a minute, aren't we animals too?!? It's like a giant experiment. We're using all these mystery chemicals and just waiting to see what happens!

This 8-minute video of The Story of Cosmetics will teach you what is in common household products and why we need to choose non-toxic alternatives. Get ready for eye-opening info -->
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What's 1 thing you learned from watching?

Did this video inspire you to make a change? Are you wondering where to even start? Here are 2 small steps you can take today to clean up your home and makeup bag!

Step 1: Take Inventory. Download the @thinkdirty app and look up the products you're currently using. Are they considered "clean" or are they toxic?

Step 2: Attend one of my Natural Living classes in person or on Facebook (see upcoming dates here). There I'll teach you the simple action steps for creating a toxin-free home and I'll show you just how easy it is to replace your toxic makeup, personal care and beauty products, cleaning solutions and more with natural solutions using the best essential oils on the planet.

Can't make it to a class? Contact me to schedule a one-one-one consultation to discuss your health goals and needs. 


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