For those of you who have been following us closely, I’m sure you have heard up and down about the health hazards associated with household cleaners as well as their plastic packaging. Respiratory issues, eye and nose issues and even cancer… the list goes on and on. With everything that we know now, it’s obvious that all natural is the best choice.
But how does Hippies at Home compare to buying all natural products in stores?
*We teach you to make the products yourself, and a clear understanding of the products you are exposing yourselves too.
*We offer a fun and exciting environment and a community of support.
*And…. we’re cheaper too!
As I’ve mentioned, the Environmental Working group has provided us with a grading scale, and we can’t ignore the results. If you missed our past blogs, see for yourself below;
Liquid Dish Soap:
Cost: About $3.50
Cost: About $8.00
Main base product: Dr. Bronners Sal Suds
Your costs including permanent glass packaging: About $6.00
Finish Jet Dry Rinse Aid
The Honest Company
Main base product: Distilled White Vinegar
Your costs including permanent glass packaging: About $5.00
Costs: About $12.00
Main base product: Super Washing Detergent
Your costs including permanent glass packaging and silicone molds: About $9.00