Friday, June 22, 2012


When you think of hand sanitizers, you probably think of brands like Purell or Germ-X right? But, they aren't very nature friendly are they?

Many people today are more Eco-conscious, and more Earth friendly. People also want their products to be safe for them. Clean Well is a company who is trying to find a better way to clean.

Some of their principles are something we all can relate to. Believing in a way to safely eliminate germs, believing in the power of nature, and a better way to clean.

Clean Well believes that you can clean, without using harmful chemicals. Their products are made with thyme oil, and are free of chemicals like alcohol and benzalkonium chloride. Their products are safe, and if ingested by kids (which they do sometimes) it has no risk of getting them sick. It is also good for those with sensitive skin. I especially like that last one. Since getting pregnant this time, I've developed a sensitivity to a lot of things, and even have eczema now.

Even their active ingredient is biodegradable, and breaks down quickly to avoid upsetting the natural balance of things. How many companies can actually say that when it comes to cleaning products? And the best of all, its not tested on animals!!! Bonus :)

I for one will probably end up getting the hand sanitizers. With a newborn on the way, I am going to want people to have clean hands before they touch my baby, and if I can have one that is gentle enough for sensitive skins, and is OK to be ingested (how many babies suck on peoples fingers!) I think that is the safest option for our family.

They do have other products too. Like hand soaps, disinfectants to go, and even commercial products for businesses. Go check them out today, and be green.

So, who do you use the most?

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