These are reviews of products that are chemical free and good for your enviornment.
- Saturday, 19 January 2013 12:54
- Friday, 4 January 2013 10:29
Have you ever tried to put egg on your face, or egg on your hair? Years ago there were many things that we used to help us look more beautiful. There were foods for beauty that were passed down from mother to daughter. This was before we were over marketed by large brands that used chemicals to promise the same thing. Why don’t we use more natural ways to be beautiful? It costs less and is better for you as well!
- Tuesday, 1 January 2013 12:27
- Monday, 19 November 2012 6:05
Mold is something that hides on us and then needs to be rid of as soon as possible. Mold in the house can produce poor indoor air quality which is one of the single biggest health concerns. This is not a new problem however, there is a new awareness molds in the house and workplace. This has changed the way we react to the presence of mold and has created a market for mold removal. Employers must deal with the problem because of the increased worker’s compensation claims because of the mold don’t really have more employees that have allergic reactions to molds, but they certainly have more workers’ compensation claims because of them.
- Thursday, 1 November 2012 10:26
Indochine Natural is a product from Malaysia and founded in Ha Noi, Viet Nam, during 2006 by Ms. Le Thanh Thuy (a Vietnamese fashion designer) and Dr. Mike Thair (an Australian scientist) who both have a passion for handmade natural body care and home products produced under Fair Trade conditions. All of these products are natural and recycled. The company provides opportunities for economic independence for intellectually disabled people.
- Thursday, 25 October 2012 10:28
Over the next three years incandescent bulbs will be removed from the shelves of stores because of the new law that requires changes in light bulbs. Many of us know about the changes but have not moved forward to make decisions on what we are going to do when we are forced to change our bulbs. What is available, how much light do we get from the different bulbs and how long do they last? What will that cost me?
- Tuesday, 3 July 2012 8:21
Le Savonnier Marseillais is a long name for a company that makes a wonderful soap, Savon Noir, the traditional way, that is not so traditional any more. This ONE all purpose product can clean clothes, marble, glass, stainless steel, and leather. You can even use it in your garden to protect from insects.
- Tuesday, 22 May 2012 11:15
- Thursday, 3 May 2012 11:54
- Thursday, 16 February 2012 2:23