This is the name of the latest book I have read about what’s really in our cosmetics, toiletries and personal care products. The book is written by Christine Hoza Farlow, D.C. and is a quick read, for those of us with limited time on our hands.

It gives some great information and lists ingredients along with their harm factor. This takes up a majority of the book and can be tedious to go through and the author does suggest we start making a habit of reading all labels, but again, back to the time factor.
So what I love about this book is that there about 50 pages that actually list where to buy safe products. Broken down by different groups, like shampoo, deodorant, skin care, pets, children, etc. Makes for a much easier process of finding products that are safe to use and we don’t have to worry about reading labels.

I just have to get our skincare line Glimpse listed at their website, where they put updates to the list.

Anyway, you may be thinking it is going to cost more to buy cleaner, nontoxic products and you are probably right, the cost may be higher, but better to pay the cost with your pocketbook then with your life. That is the route I am taking. And let’s face it, this isn’t really just about us anymore. It is about our future and our earth and making it a safer place all around.

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Theresa Giambrone is a network marketing professional working with a six year old billion dollar company in the health and wellness industry and is currently participating in the online marketing experiment 180daystogreatness. You can join the community and see what all the buzz is about at