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Kidscounter: Safe, Non-Toxic, Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash



Do you really know what is in your child’s shampoo or conditioner? Probably not. That is because most products from major companies and corporations don’t have to disclose all the ingredients in their products. Sometimes, chemicals are the byproducts of other ingredients.  And many of these ingredients can be harmful to human health. Yes, something […]

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Natural Products Association Certified Seal (there’s a new label in town)-



I’ve talked a lot on this blog about how confusing labels on personal care products can be. The labeling of “natural!” “organic” and “made with natural ingredients” are used widely, when in fact many of these same products contain parabens, phthalates, synthetic perfumes and other harmful ingredients. This is part of a larger problem, a […]

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Allergen Cross Contamination Labeling Voluntary for Foods (huh?)–



Here is a comment that for some reason mistakenly got listed under the “Do You Eat Fish” post. It shares important information about cross contamination and food allergies, so I thought I would post it here. Lynda, I hope you don’t mind! And, being inspried after reading this, I added some more thoughts and information […]

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