I stumbled on a great deal this morning that I thought I would share with all of you. There is a Groupon (referral link) deal for $20 that gets you a $40 coupon code for The Honest Company (referral link).
|Image taken from TheHonestCompany.com|
I learned about The Honest Company when I received a couple of their products in a box I got from totalbeauty.com. I fell in love with the idea of a cruelty-free company that makes home and body care products without nasty chemicals.
From their website:
Our list of toxic offenders is always growing.
While each product has a unique guarantee, as a company we keep a master list of toxic offenders we'll never consider for use in anything. Period. We confirm, to the best of our knowledge, based on information from our raw material & packaging suppliers and manufacturing partners, that our products are
Honestly FREE of: phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP, DMP, DEP); PVC; formaldehyde; alkylphenols; benzene; TEA (Triethanolamine); MEA (Monoethanolamine); parabens; phosphates; chlorine; chlorinated or brominated solvents; ceteareth 20; polyethylene glycol (PEG); resorcinol; bronopol; quaternium 15; nanoparticles; triclosan; sulfur oxides; organohalides; hexavalent chromium; DMDM hydantoin; organophosphate pesticides; 1,4 - dioxane; SLS/SLES (sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates); optical brighteners; mineral oil; petrolatum; BPA (bisphenol-A); a-chlorotoluene
On top of the 5 products in the bundle, I have the option of adding 3 more products to each shipment for 25% off. If my bundle total is $50 or more, I get free shipping. If I decide to cancel my bundle subscription, I can call them and cancel at any time (I wish they would make it possible to cancel through their website, but it isn't a huge deal).
Since I learned about The Honest Company I have switched over to using their laundry detergent (in both liquid and pod forms), their dishwasher pods, and their toothpaste. I have several other products that I've added to my bundles that I plan on switching to when I finish off the products I already had.
While I'm far from perfect about it, I really love that I have found products that are cruelty-free and more natural than what I can get in my town.
Do you use any natural or cruelty-free cleaning products? Are there any I should try or avoid?
Disclaimer: All products mentioned in this post were purchased by me. I have included referral links for both The Honest Company and Groupon.