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10 Dirty Facts about Laundry Detergents

Laundry Detergents are used to take away grease, grime, germs, stains, scum–but they also leave something behind. We breathe their fumes and absorb their residues through our skin. We send them down the drain and into the world where they affect the delicate chemistry of ecosystems. So what is the right balance? When do cleaning agents become a greater contaminant than the dirt they are designed to clean? And what about all those plastic bottles?!

Continue Reading January 21, 2013 at 4:43 am 1 comment

‘The Independent’ UK news: Detergents ‘are bad for health and environment’

This is an article created in 1994. How sad is it that we’ve heard the truth about detergents almost 20 years ago from major news sources and most consumers still use these toxic detergents.

Continue Reading August 13, 2010 at 4:23 pm 2 comments

Highly toxic chemicals are found in laundry detergents, dryer sheets, deodorants, perfumes, soaps and other household products .

As part of National Poison Prevention Week, health officials are warning parents to keep their children away from household poisons. That’s good advice, of course, but sadly very little attention is paid to slow-acting poisons and toxic chemicals found in personal care products that slowly (but surely) kill both parents and children by the millions. I’m talking about the toxic chemicals found in everyday household products that, when absorbed through the skin (as practically all chemicals are), lead directly to liver toxicity, nervous system disorders, and cancer. Let’s take a look at the list:

Continue Reading April 24, 2009 at 6:31 pm 2 comments


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