How to Clean Your Home On a Budget: Part B Personal Care

Thank you Colleen for the mention of my blog and for sharing wonderful information on How to Clean Your Home on a Budget.

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This part gets complicated because there are so many products that are applied to the body. If you haven’t looked at Part A or even if you have — here are some Myths About Cosmetics from EWG. As always each person can react to a product differently. Try a small amount or ask your health care personnel. If you’ve read the comments on the other posts you’ll see that those of us with MCS do not all tolerate even the same non- toxic and natural products in the same way. I cannot and do not know how you’ll react using a certain product. Please share your experiences so we may all learn from them.

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To wash my hands: Dr. Bonner’s Castile Soap (unscented) — can be purchased in many larger grocery stores. It has many purposes but I only use it for hands and sometime hair. Fellow blogger Sonda uses it for…

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4 responses to “How to Clean Your Home On a Budget: Part B Personal Care

  1. Stopping by from IU, Kathryn! Thanks for all this great info. I usually use low-impact cleaning products, but will make more of my own now!

  2. Dropping in from IU blogfest. Nice blog:-)

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