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Ecostore USA: Eco-Friendly Products with No Nasty Chemicals! (Giveaway)

Posted Apr 13 2009 11:14pm

April is Earth Month, and what better way to celebrate than to get rid of all those products in your house that contain nasty chemicals and replace them with products from Ecostore USA. All of their products are made from plant- and mineral-based ingredients, and are free of toxic chemicals. Their products bring people closer to nature with environmentally safe solutions that also help to reduce our carbon footprint. Some people think that eco-friendly products are much more expensive, but Ecostore USA has figured out how to “super-concentrate” their formulations so that a little bit of product goes a long way, which helps to save you money. Best of all, Ecostore USA has a large product line so you can replace many of your harmful products right now. They include:

Baby Care: Body Wash, Massage Oil, Moisturizer, Nappy Balm, Shampoo, Sleepytime Bath, and Soap

Soaps: Coconut, Lemongrass, Vanilla, Baby, and Manuka Honey & Kelp

Shampoos and Conditioners: Aloe Vera, Vanilla, Manuka Sandalwood, Rosemary Orange

Household: Auto Dish Powder, Citrus Spray Cleaner, Cream Cleanser, Dishwash Liquid, Laundry Powder (Regular and Front Loader), Laundry Liquid, Rinse Aid (Regular and Lemon), Pure Oxygen Whitener, Toilet Cleaner, Wool Wash

Pet Care: Ear Wash, Herbal Fresh Shampoo, Hypoallergenic Shampoo, Leave-In Conditioner


I tested out the Spray Cleaner, the Toilet Cleaner and the Vanilla Soap, and found all of them to be terrific! The Spray Cleaner is citrus-based and naturally antibacterial. It has a nice fruity smell, instead of the bleachy smell you get with most traditional cleaning products. Best of all, it works great and cleaned up every mess I tried it on! The Toilet Cleaner, which is plant-based, also cleaned beautifully. You can even use it to clean stainless steel! And the Vanilla Soap not only smelled good, but it didn’t irritate our family’s sensitive skin.

I strongly encourage you to head over to www.ecostoreusa.com and try out some of their products. In honor of Earth Month, they are offering free shipping when you spend only $25 or more. This is a great time to order some of their products and give them a trial run in your home.

If you live in the Midwest near a Meijer store, you can also find Ecostore USA products in all 189 stores. Co-founder Malcolm Rands is doing an “Ecoman Tour” during the month of April and will be available at the following Meijer stores to answer any questions about eco-friendly products. The first 25 people who ask him a question at each store get an organic Ecostore t-shirt! There’s also entertainment for the kids.

Tour dates:

4/13/09: Chicago – McHenry (5-7 PM)
4/18/09: Detroit – Wixon (5-7 PM)
4/20/09: Fort Wayne – Illinois Road (5-7 PM)
4/21/09: Indianapolis – Carmel (5-7 PM)
4/22/09: Cincinnati – Harrison Road (4-6 PM)
4/23/09: Grand Rapids – Cascade (2-4 PM)

Finally, Ecostore USA is offering one lucky reader of this blog a $25 gift certificate to spend on Ecostore USA products at www.ecostoreusa.com. To enter, visit their website and leave a comment here with the names of the products on which you would spend your gift certificate.

For optional additional entries:

- Put a button for Susan Heim on Parenting on your blog. (The code is in the upper right-hand column of this site.) Post a comment with your blog’s URL.

- Tweet this giveaway on Twitter or post it on your blog. Leave a comment with your Twitter name or a link to the post.

- Subscribe to Susan Heim on Parenting via email, RSS or as a Follower on Blogger. Leave a comment with your subscription method.

One winner will be selected from the qualified entries received on Friday, April 24, 2009. Celebrate Earth Month now by treating your family to some eco-friendly Ecostore USA products!



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