Start a Living Toxic-Free Home with the Home Detox Subscription Box.
I know as a mom that keeping my family safe is a top priority.
I would never want to bring a product into my home that puts my family at risk.
I can’t tell you the number of times I have purchased a product that says “natural” on the front only to have it give me a migraine and who knows what else it’s doing to my body.
The word “natural” is completely unregulated and anyone can label a product natural even if there is nothing natural about it.
How are we suppose to trust these companies?
Environmental Working Group’s investigation of more than 2,000 cleaning supplies on the American market has found that many contain substances linked to serious health problems. EWG concludes that:
Fumes from some cleaning products may induce asthma in otherwise healthy individuals. A large and growing body of evidence links frequent use of many ordinary cleaning supplies at home or on the job with the development of asthma and other respiratory problems. It is already known that cleaning product fumes may trigger attacks in persons previously diagnosed with asthma.
Children born to women who held cleaning jobs while pregnant have an elevated risk of birth defects, according to a 2010 study by the New York State Department of Health. (source)
How safe are your beauty products?
Did you know that the FDA doesn’t need to approve the ingredients used in cosmetic products?
This includes any products that are rubbed, sprinkled, poured or sprayed on the human body.
Many of the ingredients in these products contain cancer-causing chemicals and hormone disruptors…yet go unchecked and into the market for you to buy.
Are your home cleaning products safe?
Unfortunately, there are many loopholes a company can take to have their toxic chemicals approved such as stating their chemicals are “trade secrets” and they continue to go unregulated by the EPA.
Even the chemicals that are approved have been linked to fertility problems, birth defects, increased risk of breast cancer, asthma, and respiratory disorders, and hormone disruption.
How Do You Start Living Toxic-Free?
Are you confused about how to get started ridding your home of toxins?
It’s so hard to know what brands use organic toxin-free ingredients.
I used to feel overwhelmed trying to read the labels of every product because I couldn’t even pronounce most of the ingredients.
How do I even find brands that share the same values as I do?
I finally found a company that does all the hard work for me.
The Home Detox Box is a subscription box company that is focused on introducing you to non-toxic safe brands of cleaning and beauty products. I was gifted the Home Detox Box for my review but all of the opinions are my own.
This company has such high standards and only sends you items that are always free of parabens, phthalates, carcinogens, sodium lauryl or laureth sulfate, and other harmful chemicals.
When you subscribe, you receive a box of chemical free beauty and cleaning products right to your door so you can begin finding brands you love and trust.
The Home Detox Box has several options:
The Deluxe Box
- You will receive 3-6 full-size products for yourself and your home.
- Minimum retail value of $70+
- Tips on toxin-free living.
- Product and Ingredient Information.
- Toxin-free house cleaners, skin care, hair products, dental care, eco-friendly home items, or essential oils.
This is a bi-monthly subscription to get you started on your journey to living toxic-free. When you subscribe you will always get free shipping.
- 2-3 full-size beauty products.
- Minimum retail value of $50+
- Product and ingredient information.
- Beauty items for skin, hair, nails, and cosmetics.
This bi-monthly box is perfect for women looking to try non-toxic beauty items only.
You will get free shipping when you subscribe and be introduced to the latest companies offering clean beauty items.
My experience with Home Detox Box
Not only is it super fun to get a box full of goodies, but it also allows me to try several brands of beauty and cleaning products at a discount price.
November/December 2018 Home Detox Box which included:
Effuse Candles – a 9oz. All Natural Coconut Wax Blend Candle in Pomander. This candle is perfect for anyone that struggles with chemical sensitivity because it contains no artificial fragrances to induce allergies.
BeeKeeper’s Naturals Propolis Throat Spray – which uses natural remedies to boost the immune system and help heal sore throats.
Peace On Po Skin Balm in “Charlie Chapper” – that uses lush botanicals like Calendula, Lavender and Marshmallow Root with nourishing oils to heal cracked and irritated skin.
FreeWheelin Market Beeswax Wrap Set – Created using local bees, this eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap is super cute and a healthy alternative for your kitchen.
Meliora Cleaning Products Gentle Home Cleaning Scrub in Peppermint Tea Tree for scrubbing your kitchen clean using plant-based products. This is perfect for tubs, tiles, stovetops, and counters.
The “Bit of Red” Mini Box Included:
Han Skin Care Cosmetics All Natural Eye Shadow in Taupey Plum and cheek and Lip Tint in Rose Berry. These cosmetics are toxin free and high quality with added ingredients such as Vitamin E and Grapeseed Extract and made in the USA.
Jaiden Madison Lip Care in Scandalous which smells clean and fresh and contains lanolin to rejuvenate dry cracked lips.
These boxes gave me the confidence that I needed to start my journey of living toxic-free for my family and use my dollars to support companies that really care about you and your health.
I couldn’t be more satisfied the fast shipping, quality of the products and the care that was taken to hand pick eco-friendly and chemical free home care.
If you’re ready to start living toxic-free and don’t know where to start, I have a discount code for you to use at Home Detox Box.
Just enter the code BHC10 for 10% off your entire purchase, including your first box when you subscribe!
These boxes make such outstanding gift ideas for your friends and family on the holidays and the Home Detox Box was the push I needed to start living toxic-free.