Sunday, December 7, 2014
Shopping for non-toxic products is the only safe solution for your family. Have you heard about the Pure Care Natural Non-Toxic Concentrated Dish Soap yet? It delivers maximum cleaning power, without leaving a harsh, toxic chemical residue on dishes and kitchen surfaces! It cleans pots, pans, dishes, glassware and utensils, with an all-natural grease cutting technology. Plus it's infused with essential oils!
Pure Care Concentrated Dish SoapFor this review, I received one bottle of Pure Care Natural Non-Toxic Concentrated Dish Soap! Well, I thought this was a non-toxic dish soap, but on the ingredients it lists, filter water, naturally derived surfactant system suitable for use in formulas, meeting EPA DfE requirements, propylene glycol, eucalyptus oil, spearmint oil, cornmint oil. Propylene Glycol is listed on the FDA government website as a known carcinogen. Propylene Glycol has also been connected with kidney and liver damage in scientific testing, plus it has been connected with skin rashes and skin damage. Since it has the propylene glycol in it, I can't recommend it!
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