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MADE SAFE Certified Personal Care from Soapwalla

Soapwalla brand ANNOUNCEMENT imageSoapwalla products were created in founder Rachel Winard’s kitchen for her own sensitive skin caused by lupus. Today, Soapwalla’s products are still made by hand in small batches in Brooklyn!

Using sustainable, organically grown, and edible ingredients, all of Soapwalla’s products are vegan. And they’re unisex – so you can share with the whole family!


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Top MADE SAFE Certified Skin Care Products


Top-Personal_Care - INSTAGRAMFinding safe skin care that’s both effective and made without toxic chemicals can be hard. We’re here to make it easy for you. All the products listed below are MADE SAFE® certified, which means that they’re made without known carcinogens, behavioral, reproductive, and neuro toxins, hormone disruptors, heavy metals, high risk pesticides, flame retardants, toxic solvents, and harmful VOCs. In addition, ingredients have been examined for bioaccumulation (builds up in our bodies), persistence (stays in the environment) and aquatic toxicity.
In short, it means that you can trust these products are made with safe ingredients that don’t harm human health or the environment. Enjoy! (more…)

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Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

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Picking out non-toxic gifts is difficult, especially when it comes to stocking stuffers. Too often we end up filling stockings with plastic trinkets and toxic personal care products (unknowingly exposing our loved ones to harmful chemicals) and things that our giftee just plain won’t use. Our team has taken the guesswork out by creating a list of our favorite MADE SAFE® certified products that your family will love (and actually use!) this holiday season. (more…)

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