Our daily toiletries, beauty products, soaps, toothpastes…have hidden toxins too. Reading labels and knowing the chemicals to avoid, buying things that are fragrance free, and double checking products against the EWG database and the Think Dirty app is necessary to keep toxic products out of our cabinets.
You are the ultimate decision maker of what you are going to allow into your home and on/into your body. Young Living makes some amazing products that are safe, effective, and best of all…free of all the chemicals we now know to avoid.
The Thieves oral care line up is awesome! There is Thieves toothpaste, mouthwash, and dental floss. The line is free from fluoride, triclosan, SLS, sodium hydroxide, propylene glycol, synthetics, dyes, and GMOs.
Do a little more research and google the dangers of fluoride and triclosan. I recently learned from a training session in our group that triclosan is no longer allowed by law in antibacterial hand soaps, but it is still allowed in toothpaste! What? Total craziness, right? 😜 If you haven’t tried these Thieves products, put them on your must-have list.
Skincare and personal care products are available from Young Living. There is a KidScents Line of lotions, shampoos, and conditions. They have safe deodorants, shower gels, shave oils and creams, and the ART Skincare line.
So many safe and toxin-free choices for you and your family! If you get on Essential Rewards, part of your order will be credited back in points to use toward products. The program also entitles you to free monthly oils based on the promotion and discounted shipping rates. Learn more about this program here!
If I can answer any questions on these topics or Young Living, please contact me. I would love to help you out. Just remember…one small step at a time. 😊
Other posts in this series, are linked below.
Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Read the full disclaimer here.