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Home Goods

Our home can be one of the most toxic environments that we are exposed to. Our furniture, flooring, textiles, home decor, and electronics all play a part in this by shedding, or "off-gassing," chemical pollutants that contaminate the air and dust with PFAS ("forever chemicals"), flame retardants, synthetic fragrances, and more. Once we are done with them, our home goods also leave a large carbon footprint on the environment because they are never easy to dispose of.   These are some of the most requested safer swaps so I hope they help you on your low toxin journey!

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I feel very lucky to have been connected to Elizabeth through Beautycounter by chance a few years ago. She's not just a consultant, she's become a true friend because she cares deeply about her personal mission and helping others. Her personality, expertise and passion for living a more non-toxic lifestyle are infectious!
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