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  1. 5 Eco-friendly Dental Products

    Most people are always on the hunt for green food or ecologically friendly cars to save money, but there are some people who are truly passionate about Earth enough to want to be as respectful as they can be. Being respectful to nature does not always have to be a sacrifice to the wallet either. You can even promote environmental values in things like dental products. Below are five economically and ecologically friendly products for dental hygiene. Some of them have recycled packaging, others use organic ingredients, and others are biodegradable upon throwing them away, but all of them can help move along green values while being high-quality products. Dr. Ken's Maximum Care Spearmint Cool As far as an environmental friendly toothpaste goes, this is the one closest to mainstream in terms of taste and packaging, and it was developed by a dentist with the promise to clean as well as any mainstream product. The Environmental Working Group were not necessarily thrilled with it because of the sodium fluoride, but the taste is amazing, and it does get teeth clean. The most interesting ingredients in Dr. Ken's concoction are green tea extract and papaya. This is the kind of toothpaste to help convert people skeptical of the taste and effectiveness of green dental products. Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Mouthwash There are only natural flavors in this mouthwash. It is flavored with real spearmint and organic tea tree leaf. Next, the great flavor is nutritionally fortified with Vitamin C and witch hazel. Also, this product can proudly say it is completely vegan and was never tested on animals. Some of the many ingredients include sugar alcohol, parabens and much more. Finally, it is an effective product, animal cruelty-free and is completely made from renewable resources. Eco-dent GentleFloss This floss takes being green and organic very seriously. It is completely vegan. The floss is 100% vegetable wax—not a bit of beeswax has been used. What makes this a truly green product is the box. The box is plastic free (it’s made of rice) and the paper packing is completely ready to recycle. These are just a few details on a fully environmental friendly product. Between! Dental Gum This all-natural gum is an ideal way to freshen breath, clean teeth and do both while remaining mobile. The ingredients are simple, and the gum is made simply with baking soda, antioxidants and minerals. The flavor added to the gum is natural too, and it depends on what flavor is selected. It is available in cinnamon, mint and wintergreen, and it is sugar-free too. It is dye- and fake-color free on top of everything else. There are so many other wonderful, natural ingredients in this gum. Monte Bianco Natural Toothbrush Eco-Dent is the brand responsible for this toothbrush, and the company has an amazing reputation for releasing green and economically friendly products. The bristles are recycled, and the brush comes with a unique, purpose serving gimmick. Your toothbrush should be replaced every three months according to dentistry.com, and the Monte Bianco makes this task easy by having an easily removable, replaceable head. The five products above are affordable and cost-effective, and provide incredible health benefits, all while being very friendly to the environment. It is important to combine positive financial responsibility and the responsibility to our planet. Visit a dentist like Family First Dentistry LLC if you have any questions about the product you’re using.
  2. When you consider that household cleaners are the number-one cause of poisoning in children, it’s important you’re vigilant about which products you use to clean your kitchen. This room is probably the most important, since you prepare food and spend the most time here, especially with kids. What’s more, the toxic chemicals in household cleaners are about three times more likely to cause cancer than air pollution. If you’re anything like the average home in the U.S., which has more than 1,000 different chemicals in it, it’s time to clean up – the safe and green way. All-Purpose Kitchen Cleaner There are plenty of all-purpose cleaners on the market that will take care of tough stains while being hard on your health. For a green all-purpose kitchen cleaner, combine two tablespoons of vinegar, a teaspoon of borax or baking soda, and two cups of hot water in a spray bottle. Shake it, and then add a quarter-cup of liquid soap. Spray your counters and appliances, and wipe clean. Dish Soap When purchasing a dish soap for your kitchen, stick to detergents that are non-phosphate. To make your own detergent, purchase a bar of plain castile soap, place it in a bag and add water in a ratio of one part soap to four parts water - by height. Let it sit for five days, adding 10 to 15 drops of your favorite essential oils like lemon, orange, and lavender for even more disinfecting power. Drain Cleaner To clean your drain without losing cells in your brain, pour a half-cup of baking soda down it followed by a half-cup of vinegar. Let it bubble for about 15 minutes and pour a pot of boiling water over it. It's that easy! Oven Cleaner Typicaly oven cleaners often include some of the harshest chemicals to your health. Have you ever used one and once you smelled the fumes, literally choked? That's a clear sign that whatever is in that cleaner shouldn't be around you or in your home. To clean your oven safely, generously sprinkle water over the bottom of it. Cover the water with baking soda, leave overnight and wipe clean. TIP: Ovens are notoriously hard to clean if they're spills are abandoned. To help, sprinkle salt on spills immediately while the oven is still warm. When the oven cools down, scrape the area and wipe it clean. Stain Removal If you're unable to lift the stains with the green all-purpose kitchen cleaning solution that you've made, try sprinkling the surface with salt and squeezing lime or lemon juice over it. Let it sit for a few hours and then rub it out. Pest Problems With a clean kitchen, you'll keep the critters away. But if you do have a pest problem, investing in an organic pest service instead of a traditional one is also important if you want to save you and your family's health. Examples like Greenleaf Organic Pest Management specialize in “low-impact” solutions to get rid of bugs easily and safely. What green cleaning solutions do you rely on to keep your kitchen and home clean?
  3. Spring cleaning is something everyone has to do at some point and you don’t necessarily want to use harsh or toxic chemicals to get the job done. Luckily there are other options. Here are some green and natural products to help your spring cleaning efforts along. Baking Soda One of the best green cleaning products you can use is simple baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda on carpets, allow it to sit for a bit, and then vacuum it up to remove odors. Mix baking soda with vinegar to make a powerful cleaning paste that can be used in sinks, toilets and ovens. Baking soda, a pinch of salt, and a little water can be combined to make an eco-friendly scrubbing paste to get rid of difficult stains. Vinegar Basic white vinegar can clean many things in the common household. It can be used with a little water to create streak-free windows and mirrors, and can be used plain as a disinfectant on most surfaces in kitchens or bathrooms. Leaving a rag soaked with vinegar in a tub or sink will break down mineral scale. Pure Lemon Juice Pure lemon juice or pure lemon extract can be an amazing ally while doing spring cleaning. Use ten drops of lemon in a gallon of water as a fragrant disinfectant. The same mixture can be used as a general purpose cleaner around your home to clean furniture or decorative items. You can also add the lemon to other green products to improve the smell. Olive Oil A little real olive oil can be used to help polish and protect your wood furniture in the spring. Clean your furniture with normal water and dry it then put a little olive oil on a clean rag and buff the surface afterwards. This will bring out the shine and beauty of the wood. It also makes a protective layer that will help to repel dust and allergens. This can relieve symptoms from allergies especially when combined with effective medications like Dymista. Fragrant Essential Oils A final product to have on hand when doing green spring cleaning is essential oil. Get some essential oils with scents you enjoy. You can put a few drops on cotton balls and leave them in key areas to naturally improve the fragrance of a room or drawer. You could also boil essential oils in water to create a sudden rush of pleasant fragrance in the home. Using natural products to do spring cleaning has many benefits. It helps the environment and maintains good indoor air quality. You will also have fewer problems with skin irritation and allergies as a result. These simple products can all help you when spring cleaning time comes around.