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No one wants to be a fashion victim. Yet most of us don’t realize that the clothing and textile industry significantly impacts both human and environmental health. The lifecycle of our clothes involves hazardous chemicals such as pesticides, dyes, and solvents that pollute our air, water, and soil. Workers in textile factories are at the greatest risk of health impacts, but consumers also risk exposure to these chemicals as they can stay forever in some form on the clothes we wear.

Elizabeth can help you find the brands that are dedicated to producer and consumer safety, show you which materials are often the most toxic and how to avoid them, and share with you the claims and certifications you want to look for while shopping.  

Commonly addressed items: undergarments, athleisure, time capsule pieces, footwear.


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products that I recommend. I only feature products and brands that I have thoroughly researched and/or use myself so you can shop with confidence.

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Non-Toxic Living Blueprints

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Detailed Product Analyses

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