Thursday, January 27, 2011

Get This.


If you know us, you know we're a strange family. Most of what we do is at least slightly off the beaten path. I have to plug, just briefly, one of our newly adopted loves.

We love real foods, natural products, you know, basic stuff. So when some dear friends of mine started a company selling the most natural of natural, green of green laundry product, I was excited to try it out. I'm especially interested in this kind of thing with my guy Noah in the family, as he is extremely sensitive to fumes, chemicals, and synthetic or harsh anything. We're talking seizures here, breath stopping, debilitating seizures, that at times have been caused by some of the junk listed above. And I figure, if it's better for him to get that stuff out of the house, it's better for all of us.

Soapberrysolutions.com is where you need to go to get the full scoop on what they're about, but I'm telling you, this stuff works, my clothes are clean. It stores for ages, is gentle on clothes and skin, is environmentally super friendly, and unlike certain other detergents, this doesn't knock you over the head with -ugh- a bunch of stinky fragrance that frankly, makes me a little woozy.

I am a repeat buyer on very few products, but I'm going for my third round on this stuff. And who doesn't want to support a small family business that is doing something good? So really, if you're a human being that likes clean clothes and other people, just give them a try. Seriously, go.

5 comments:

Aubs said...

Wendy- Thanks for sharing. Here is another link you can check out. My long time friend Christa is starting her own business of selling herbal remedies and such. Check out what she sells. I have tried 2 of her products and love them. They are wonderful & it is no nice knowing that it is all natural.
http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Divine-Remedies/188645981154226

Jackie said...

This is the first time laundry soap has made me hungry. It looks like chocolate.

Kristen said...

I'm with Jackie! Except I thought they were exotic nuts haha.

I love the passion you have for all things natural. Do you know of a shampoo that doesn't have all the chemicals and scents? I'm down to just Johnson's baby shampoo.

Janet said...

Interesting. Do they work on stinky laundry? I do a lot of laundry with my gaggle of kids and I want the clothes to smell clean and fresh. Is it ok to use on baby clothes?

Wendy said...

Yes, it will work on stinky stuff. I have an almost 8 year old who's still in diapers, so I know stinky . :) It won't come out smelling like anything, it's just clean. Of course if you want a little scent, you can use good smelling dryer sheets after washing. Totally safe for babies, probably safer than pretty much anything else you could use. It's just a plant, no junk added. Love 'em. You can get them pre-ground up into powder too, which is what I'm mostly using now.