Most traditional laundry detergents employ synthetic chemicals called UV brighteners that mask yellow and brown tones and make laundry appear whit...
Despite the fact that shoppers are increasingly motivated to choose eco-friendly goods, they’re still going with conventional ones in the interest of their finances. But here’s the truth: Eco-friendly products don’t have to come at a premium anymore.
What’s the Difference Between Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Ether Sulfate (SLES) — And Why Does It Matter?
While the names of these two common cleaning agents may seem interchangeable, there is a distinction between the two — and a reason why you should opt for products that use SLES over those that use SLS.
For both your health and the sake of our environment, it’s smart to switch to non-toxic and sustainably packaged personal care items. Here are some commonly used products to reconsider.
Our planet has a huge plastic problem. We’ve produced 6.9 billion tons of plastic waste, and 79% of that piled into landfills or became litter, ac...
The science of cleaning is incredibly complicated, and there are some important reasons why you shouldn’t go DIY when it comes to your laundry detergent.
Looks like Punxsutawney Phil was right about our early spring this year! And what better way to welcome the warm weather than with our favorite ...
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