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Update: Toxic Free is now called All Natural Living and is available on Kindle through Amazon.
In my zealous obsession with going “chemical-free,” I jumped in and did almost everything at once. I understand, however, that that is just not feasible for everyone. Maybe you need more time, you aren’t fully convinced, or you can’t afford to buy all the ingredients you need. That’s okay, and Toxic Free, written by Robin Konie of Thank Your Body, helps you make the baby steps you need. Most importantly, many of the recipes include cheap, household ingredients like vinegar and baking soda.
Toxic Free contains a recipe for everything you may need, and an extensive list of why the ingredients listed are used. The book is broken up into sections for cleaning products and personal care products. Here is just a sampling of what you can make:
- 3 ingredient All Purpose Cleaner
- Laundry and Dish Detergent
- 4 different Carpet Cleaners
- Fabric Softener alternatives
- Wood Polish
- even Windshield Wiper Fluid!
- Baby Care products
- essential oil Blemish Remover
- Makeup free of harmful chemicals
- Bug Repellent
- everyday Hair and Face Care
- Liquid Hand Soap
In addition to easy recipes, Toxic Free give helpful tips for keeping your products in the best condition possible. This even includes a list of natural preservatives! Homemade products aren’t much good if they spoil, so Robin makes sure you know how to take care of what you make!
If you have a new years resolution to lead a healthier life, that doesn’t have to end with food and exercise. Using products in your home free of toxic chemicals is a critical, but overlooked, step to achieving health. Learn more and get started today with Toxic Free!
Want more variety? Check out Make Your Own Makeup, DIY Organic Beauty Recipes, and DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes. Also, don’t forget to check out Robin Konie’s other book I’ve reviewed, How to Finally Escape the Clutter Trap.
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