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Good Clean Love Balance pH Balanced Personal Wash -- 8 fl oz


Good Clean Love Balance pH Balanced Personal Wash
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Good Clean Love Balance pH Balanced Personal Wash -- 8 fl oz

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Good Clean Love Balance pH Balanced Personal Wash Description

  • Bio-Matched Promotes Natural Vaginal Health
  • Naturally Helps Eliminate Feminine Odor
  • Moisturizes to Relieve Dryness and Discomfort
  • All-Natural Ingredients with Soothing Botanicals
  • No Parabens, Harsh Soaps or Artificial Fragrance
  • Cruelty Free
  • Made in USA

 Balance™ Moisturizing Personal Wash is a gentle botanical intimate wash to help cleanse, refresh, and eliminate odor. Unlike other feminine hygiene wash products, Balance organic vaginal wash contains no artificial fragrances and features our patented Bio-Match™ formula which matches optimal vaginal pH levels.


Directions

For external use. Apply generously and lather intimate areas of the body. Rinse well. A gentle clean you can enjoy all over the body everyday.

Free Of
Animal cruelty and animal ingredients.

*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: Water, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Glycerin, Lauryl Glucoside, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Sodium Lauryl Glucoside Carboxylate, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Coco-Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, Lactic Acid, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Mahonia Aquifolium (Oregon Grape) Root Extract, Hydrastis Canadensis, (Goldenseal) Extract, Allium Sativum (Garlic) Bulb Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.
Warnings

If Irritation occurs, discontinue use and seed medical advice.

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What is blue beauty?

Enter blue beauty, whose primary focus is to make our beauty routines more sustainable, for our skin, our health and the health of our planet. The difference between green beauty and blue beauty is blue beauty’s consistent emphasis on ocean longevity. Here are just a few relevant statistics: 100 million marine animals die each year from plastic waste alone. According to the WWF, “in the US, even though we collect almost 100 percent of the most common type of plastic, polyethylene terephthalate or PET (your standard soda bottle), only about 30 percent is recycled. It gets tossed in the trash, it gets contaminated, or there aren’t recycling systems to handle it. The situation is worse in developing nations, where the global economy has brought a flood of plastic into places without adequate waste management. Best-case scenario: Whatever plastic isn’t recycled goes to a landfill. Worst case: It gets dumped into nature.” Finally, personal care products contribute over 500 million plastic bottles to landfills and oceans every year.

The basics of blue beauty 

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Formula also counts

Sunscreen is a good example of the impacts of chemicals in skincare. Yes, sunscreen protects you from damaging sun rays, but certain formulations can cause damage to marine life ecosystems. (Hawaii was the first U.S. state to ban sunscreen containing coral-harming chemicals, such as oxybenzone and octinoxate in January 2021.) Transparency in the supply chain is paramount, so you can see where things are sourced from as well as assess potential impacts. It's important to trace your consumerism and pick responsibly, as every single choice is one that makes for a healthier (or unhealthier) planet.

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Good Clean Love

Sustainable packaging made of bioplastic, B-Corporation status, a Green America certified business and partners with the Change for Women Collective means Good Clean Love is all about ethical business practices. Bioplastic, mase from sugarcane derivatives, has the potential to lower carbon dioxide emissions, create jobs, diversify our energy sources and help create a healthier, cleaner planet. Compared to gasoline, sugarcane ethanol produces 90% less carbon dioxide on average when breaking down. In fact, sugarcane ethanol has reduced Brazil’s emissions of carbon dioxide by more than 350 million tons since 2003.

Good Clean Love Rebalance Personal Moisturizing & Cleansing Wipes | Vitacost.com/blogZoe Organics

Zoe Organics maintains certificates from their suppliers for each ingredient they use, verifying its quality and organic authenticity. They source their raw ingredients from companies with proven sustainable farming techniques and almost all of their ingredients are from renewable resources (plants). In regard to their packaging, the following are some of their eco-conscious choices: Recyclable glass and plastic Our outer boxes are made from 100% post-consumer waste Refill containers Biodegradable vegetable cellulose bags Unbleached muslin fabric No unnecessary extra packaging Zoe Organics Dr. Shannon's Organic Skin Balm | Vitacost.com/blogIn the time of permanent climate crisis, blue beauty is an important initiative to protect and preserve biodiversity. As the lungs of our planet, oceans are inherently resilient but only up to a point. If we make the right kinds of effort, we might be able to reverse some of the damage and prevent the tipping point.

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