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Better Life All Purpose Cleaner Unscented -- 32 fl oz


Better Life All Purpose Cleaner Unscented

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Better Life All Purpose Cleaner Unscented -- 32 fl oz

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Better Life All Purpose Cleaner Unscented Description

  • Naturally Filth Fighting
  • Cuts Through Grease & Grime
  • Safer For The Mess Makers (Not The Mess)
  • Cruelty Free

Tough Love.

With every spray, pour, and pump, Better Life proves that the world's most powerful cleaners can be safe for kids, pets, and the planet. This natural, unscented all-purpose cleaner packs a punch, outperforming cleaners that sting. It just makes sense (not scents).

 

A non-toxic friendship

 

100% plant-derived cleaning agents

From soap bark, coconut, and corn

 

No alcohol, ethers, petroleum solvents, synthetic fragrances, dyes, parabens, ethoxylates, SLS (sodium lauryl sulfates), or SLES. No harsh chemical residue.

Just the good stuff.


Directions

Spray and wipe. Watch grease, grime, and gunk take a long walk off a short pier.

 

Spray it on toilets, countertops, appliances, upholstery, baseboards, walls, floors, tables, showers, boats, cars, sporting equipment, toys - whatever!

Free Of
Alcohol, ethers, petroleum solvents, synthetic fragrances, dyes, parabens, ethoxylates, SLS (sodium lauryl sulfates), or SLES, harsh chemical residue

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Purified water, decyl glucoside (plant derived), lauryl glucoside (plant derived), disodium cocoyl glutamate (plant derived), quillaja saponaria bark (soap bark) extract, methylisothiazolinone (preservative, less than 0.01%)
Warnings

While Better Life is non-toxic, it's better as a cleaner than a beverage. Don't drink.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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3 Ways to Strengthen Immune System Health in Kids

While kids are in school, they're bombarded with a slew of germs from their peers. It's not only on the playground and at the lunch tables where the viruses and bacteria are shared among friends. Many schools now have shared work spaces and shared supplies, not to mention a constant shifting of classrooms, exposing them to a multitude of germs on a daily basis.

Child Washing Hands as Way to Keep Immune System Strong | Vitacost.com/blog

While no one can prevent illness all of the time, with a few good habits in place, you will be able to promote a healthy and strong immune system to help fight off a good portion of those pesky germs. Here's three ideas for how to increase immunity power in kids:

1. Clean hands

Since a large percentage of school age children children attend after-school care programs, it is always a good idea to have each of your children carry their own small container of hand sanitizer in their backpack so they have access to it as soon as they leave the classroom for the day.

Although many teachers now keep alcohol-based hand sanitizers in their classrooms, it is helpful for your child to have a habit in place of prompt hand sanitizing after a long day of exposure to other children. Once home, make sure everyone, adults included, heads straight to the sink to wash the day off with some good old fashion soap.

No need for those anti-bacterial soaps, as studies are finding they are causing more harm than good. Just warm water, mild soap, and a couple of rounds of the ABCs and the majority of germs able to catch a ride into your home will be washed right down the drain.

2. Eat your greens

So much of our health depends on eating a nutritious and balanced diet. This can be especially hard with children and/or picky eaters. “Eating the rainbow” and focusing on a plant-centered plate are simple ways to be sure to get enough fruits and vegetables into your diet.

Yet, if you have a child with sensory issues, food allergies, or who just refuses to eat anything green, there are many kid-friendly supplements on the market that can help your child get many of the recommended daily minerals and vitamins. From drink mixes to chewable vitamins to gummy treats, there is something for everyone.

3. Clean, but not with chemicals

It is, of course, of the utmost important to keep a clean home. Though past generations had come to believe the stronger the chemical the cleaner the home, we are finding that for numerous people, exposure to so many harsh chemicals can actually be a detriment to our immune system.

Some children suffer from what is widely referred to as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, a chronic medical condition characterized by symptoms attributed to low-level chemical exposure, while others with respiratory illnesses like asthma or allergies or compromised immune systems, may become seriously ill from exposure to common household cleaners.

Whenever possible, use plant-based cleaners or natural cleaning products like white vinegar and baking soda.

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