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Pura Stainless Steel Water and Baby Bottles
Ditch your plastic water bottle immediately! Many, even ones labeled BPA-free, can leach cancer-causing chemicals. So switch to a stainless steel bottle from Pura. Their water bottles keep water and drinks cold and won't chip or break if dropped. They even offer a 100 percent plastic-free toddler bottle.
Who wants to worry about ingesting cadmium, lead and PFOA when they're quickly whipping up a nutritious family dinner? You sure don't. So swap out your old pots and pans for the latest versions from T-fal. They use less packaging than other brands and won't leach toxic chemicals when heated.
For more information, visit t-fal.ca.
Research is starting to show our tap water can contain all sorts of chemicals (and in many places, water quality isn't top-notch). Instead of reaching for plastic water bottles, buy one of these chic filtration systems from MAVEA. The filter will help reduce everything from heavy metals to toxic chemicals in your H20.
For more information, visit Mavea.com.
Many over-the-counter hair removal products contain chemicals that could harm your health (not to mention cause skin irritation). So swap yours for this natural line from the experts at this New York City salon.
For more information, visit MyShobha.com.
C.O. Bigelow's Mentha
Some lip tints – which are often applied après-gym – contain bad-for-you ingredients and chemicals. But not these delicious options from Bath & Body Works. This line of lip tints gives lips a sumptuous color, and in a completely natural way. Peppermint oil adds a refreshing tingle to each balm.
Yes to Cucumbers/Organic Surge
Whenever you apply cream to your body, it's absorbed by your pores – which means your body is, in a sense, ingesting the ingredients. So swap your usual lotions and potions for products from these two natural lines.
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