Want some great tips to help you keep your child’s bathroom free of harsh chemicals and toxic fumes. Try some of these ideas and green alternatives to help the environment and your little one! 1. Ditch the Liquid Soap Somewhere along the way liquid soap replaced good old fashioned bar soap, and we’re not sure why. What we do know is that bar soap lasts quite a bit longer and is a lot more eco-friendly with its packaging. The average bar soap is wrapped in a slip of paper or cardboard, which can be recycled or even better, composted.
Natural and organic beauty products are quite a hit among female consumers, says the American Academy of Dermatology, or AAD. The prospect of reducing wrinkles naturally without cosmetic treatments or harsh, irritating ingredients may be appealing; however, the AAD stresses the “all natural” products may not be as natural as you think. Moreover, the best way to naturally avoid fine lines and wrinkles is to take steps to prevent them.
Teach children about recycling and protecting the Earth while inspiring their creativity. Making recycled crafts is a way to spend a rainy afternoon or a way to celebrate Earth Day or make decorations for another holiday. Since you’ll be re-purposing materials, it’s also a way to keep children entertained without breaking the bank.
Obesity does more than make it difficult to purchase clothing. It puts you at a significantly higher risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer. It is important to know that several types of weight loss surgery are available. Working with your doctor and armed with a basic foundation of each surgery, choose the one that works best for you.