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Environmentally Safe Products

Seventh Generation Household Supplies

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About Seventh Generation

Seventh Generation is the nation's leading brand of non-toxic and environmentally safe household products. 

All of their products are designed to work as well as their traditional counterparts, but use renewable,  non-toxic, phosphate free and biodegradable ingredients, and are never tested on animals. They are as gentle on the planet as they are on people and they don’t create fumes or leave residues that may affect the health of your family or your pets.

A wide selection of products are available without added dyes or fragrances. These Free & Clear products are ideal for people who are sensitive to the dyes and fragrances used in many traditional and other natural brands of household products. Also, their paper towels, bath tissue, and facial tissue are made from 100% recycled paper and are whitened without chlorine bleach; as a result they are less likely to irritate sensitive skin.

Seventh Generation derive their name from the Iroquois belief that "In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations." 

Every time you use a Seventh Generation product you are making a difference by saving natural resources, reducing pollution, keeping toxic chemicals out of the environment and making the world a safer place for this and the next seven generations.

What You Should Know
Always look for non toxic personal care products. Unbleached is better than bleached. Organic cotton, if you can find it, is better than non-organic. Sanitary pads are less invasive than tampons.
There are a number of natural products on the market. The best ones will provide a complete list of ingredients, most of these ingredients will have familiar names. (Natural soaps, for instance, will contain coconut or olive oil.)
According to research conducted by the EPA, the air inside the average home is typically 2-5 times more polluted than the air just outside its walls. One five-year study found that the levels of certain chemicals in many homes were 70 times higher than they were outdoors.