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Seventh Generation

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 2:20 pm
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Seventh Generation has a mission: “to inspire a revolution that nurtures the health of the next seven generations.”  You can find a detailed list of all of the ingredients of all of their products on their website.  They use recycled paper.  They don’t use chlorine as a whitening agent in their products.  Seventh Generation makes four categories of products: Household, Laundry, Baby, and Personal.  Household items include shower cleaner, tub and tile cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner, all purpose cleaner, and more.  They make botanical disinfectants, dishwashing products, trash bags, hand soap, and 100% recycled bathroom tissue, paper towels, napkins, and facial tissue.  Their Laundry products include detergents, softeners, and stain removers.  Baby products range from laundry care, cleaning, diapers, wipes, and baby bath and body products.  Personal care items include hand soap, facial cloths, organic cotton tampons and chlorine free pads.  You can buy Seventh Generation products online through  Prices range from around $4.00 to about $15.00 for one product.  Register with Seventh Generation, and you can get some coupons and earn points.

Seventh Generation makes products that are a healthy alternative to the cleaning and household products that come from companies that aren’t interested in sustainability or the environment.  Their Free and Clear line includes products that are free of fragrances, latex, and petroleum based lotions.  This is great for people who have a latex allergy, or who have pollen allergies that can be triggered by floral fragrances.  Chlorine can cause skin, nose, and throat irritation, and many people feel that it is healthy to avoid anything that includes chlorine.  Using recycled materials is good for the environment.

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