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Oprah's 2007 Favorite Things goes Green and Natural with Claus Porto Soaps and Shaklee Green Cleaning Products by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:48pm After watching today's Oprah's Favorite things, I was very happy and pleased to see the consciousness and marketing of green friendly, organic and natural products make the list this year. These all-natural, bath-sized shea butter bars distributed by Lafco New York are a labor of love. They have been created by the Claus Porto's family- ... Read on »
Green Dish Soap by Michelle Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:25am Thanks to Mom Central I was sent a bottle of Clorox Green Works Natural Dishwashing Liquid. I've been slowly trying to use more "green" products and this was a great chance to try one out. The dishwashing soap is 99% natural and I found it worked just as well as other dish soap brands. Joe usually wears gloves when he washes dishes because ... Read on »
Buy Local Handmade Soaps and Make a Green and Clean Difference by Shawna C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Jul 2009 4:46pm   Why buy local? Simple – it’s green. Studies on buying local show that locally-owned businesses generate a premium in economic impact to the community and our tax base. Locally owned business contributes less to urban sprawl, congestion, habitat loss and pollution. generally speaking, local businesses tend to set up shop in town, farmers ... Read on »
Day 209 of our Green Year: Natural Soap by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 5:02pm Do you remember in Finding Nemo, the phrase "All drains lead to the ocean", well it is kind of true. The reason is that what goes down the drain, goes through the system, into the water treatment plant, then back out into the world or into our drinking supply. If it gets to rivers, then eventually it makes its way back to the ocean. Every day ... Read on »
Day 195 of our Green Year: Making Liquid Soap by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 Nov 2008 4:49pm Throughout Our Green Year, we are trying to make a lot of what we have and use in the house, with things that are good for the environment, and which we buy on a regular basis. Today, we do this again with the making of green tea liquid soap. Green tea liquid soap is exactly how it sounds, soap that you use to wash your hands that has green te ... Read on »
Green Projects for 2012: Recycle Soap and Candles by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Jan 2012 12:57pm Harness the new year's momentum to transform your tired old stuff into fresh new creations. This week, we're providing ideas for craft projects to invigorate your 2012. Tip #3: Revive soap scraps and candle remnants. Decorative candles tend to burn out before all the wax has been consumed, but those "dead" candles can be heated and ... Read on »
What's Really Eco About Eco Laundry Soap? Some Thoughts on Green Marketing by MC Milker Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:42pm This post is part of a continuing series in which I make a wild attempt to deconstruct how marketers develop, package and advertise products in an attempt to get you to buy them. Hopefully this evens the playing field a bit. Yesterday I wrote a review about Dropps , a new eco friendly laundry detergent. Sin ... Read on »
A Rockin' Green Giveaway! by Slee Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 4:32pm If you've been reading my blog or following me on Twitter, you have most likely read that I am pretty taken with Rockin' Green Laundry Detergent. You've probably read this more than once. Maybe a few hundred times. You may have read the very filky " Ode to Rockin' Green" I wrote while up late one night. You may even have seen the silly YouTube ... Read on »
Green On A Budget: Dr. Bronner's Organic + Fair Trade Certified Lemongrass Lime Body Soap {Review} by S+E Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 11:10pm Living a green life on a budget can sometimes seem like an oxymoron. Often times one must choose quantity over quality in order to make the dollar stretch a little further. Especially in these... {This is a content summary. For full post, images, links and more visit www.figandsage.com.} Read on »