3 travel Must-Haves for Spring Break
1.) SPF and SPF gear
2.) Insect repellent
3.) Refillable Water Bottles / Thermos
First of all, let's clear up some misconceptions about the term “toxin” itself. “Toxin” technically refers to a naturally occurring chemical (produced by a plant or animal). When discussing problematic (and usually synthetic) chemicals in consumer products, the terms "toxicants", "toxics", or "toxic chemicals" are more accurate - so these are the terms we’re going to stick to in this post.
Our 'Never List': Artificial Colors, Artificial Fragrance, MEA (Monoethanolamine), DEA (Diethanolamine), or TEA (Triethanolamine) derivatives, Parabens, PEG Compounds, Phthalates, Silicones, Sulfates
We know it’s a lot to take in, and also a little scary! We don’t yet have perfect knowledge here, but we’re doing our best to find “the truth” - as much as that’s possible - and we’re committed to sharing our learnings as we go (please chime in if you have any questions or comments or something to add!).
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