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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day® Soy Candle Lavender -- 7.2 oz


Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day® Soy Candle Lavender

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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day® Soy Candle Lavender -- 7.2 oz

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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day® Soy Candle Lavender Description

Sometimes it feels good just to have a nice candle giving off some extra fragrance while you're busy with your chores. A Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Candle can help you do exactly that. It's in a cute jelly jar that you can reuse as a juice glass or hold your marble collection. All candles are made from vegetable (soy) wax.

  • For years, the lavender herb has been valued for its wonderful relaxing scent that’s soothing and believed to relieve fatigue. What more could you ask of an herb?

The Real Mrs. Thelma A. Meyer
People are always asking, "Is Mrs. Meyer a real person?" Well by golly, I'm here to confirm it once and for all. My name is Thelma Meyer, and my daughter started Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day to honor my good old-fashioned values. I'm retired now, but I have cleaned my own home for more than 40 years and believe me, after raising nine children I know a little something about cleaning. If only I had these products back then, it would have made our chores more enjoyable. Today, I use my cleansers around our home in Iowa as well as our camper in Arizona, where I go with my husband Vern in the winter.

Our fragrances are inspired by our gardens. We plucked essential oils from garden-fresh flowers and herbs that are especially powerful against dirt, grime, fingerprints and the like. Our philosophy is to make straightforward, honest cleaners that smell good and work like the dickens on dirt. They are also aromatherapeutic, which is another fancy word for healthy and good.

So no, I'm not a cleaning superhero, but I really do exist. And every once in a while, I show up at an event or drop by the office to answer some customer phone calls.

Natural Ingredients
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day makes honest, hardworking cleaners that work like the dickens on dirt. Remember, keeping clean is easy. All you need is a sensible pair of shoes, a little elbow grease, and the right soap.

Biodegradable
Mrs. Meyer’s makes environmentally friendly, biodegradable cleaning products. All of our liquid cleaning products will biodegrade. Our powdered products do contain minerals that do not biodegrade; yet they break down into non-harmful decomposition products.

Cruelty-Free Products -- No Animal Testing
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day manufactures cruelty-free cleaning products. None of our products have ever been tested on animals, and never will be.

Safety & Allergies
We want a healthy world for ourselves, our families and our pets. That is why Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day products are safe to use in the presence of children, pets, and expectant women. There are no solvents, no petroleum distillates, no bleach, no phosphates and no ingredients that could cause harsh fumes. In addition, most of our products have a near neutral pH that makes them safe for skin contact. Simply follow the directions on every product. Please keep in mind that our products are richly fragranced, and some women have increased sensitivity to fragrances during pregnancy – sometimes this creates a very positive feeling, sometimes quite the opposite.


Directions

Trim wick of each Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Candle to ¼ inch before each lighting. For best results, burn candle 2-3 hours at one time.
Free Of
Gluten

*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: Vegetable wax, fragrance, essential oils of lavender and orange, paper core and cotton wick.
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3 Tips to Breathe Easy This Spring

When it comes to bursts of energy, enhanced moods, even productivity – the three go hand in hand. Spring offers prime fuel for a refreshed state of being and new enthusiasm to tackle tasks. What other benefits does this season offer (besides those famous April showers and May flowers)?

There are endless healthy possibilities that arise as the calendar changes and warmer weather sets in. The first week of May marked Air Quality Awareness week. With that in mind, here are three tips to help you breathe easy this spring.

1. Spring cleaning

Just 20 minutes of housework has been shown to relieve stress and anxiety by up to 20 percent. (Although not scientifically proven, wearing snazzy socks or dancing slippers may enhance your cleaning mood even more, especially when scrubbing along to your favorite tunes!)

In all seriousness, spring cleaning can help increase productivity. Organizing and decluttering will help you save time looking for and replacing lost items around your home. And eliminating household toxins like asbestos, motor oil, paints, formaldehyde in certain cleaners, dust mites and more will reduce allergens while also preventing illness and hazardous accidents. 

When dusting, use a ladder and dust-catching or electrostatic charge cloths to clean hard-to-reach spaces such as ceiling fans, light fixtures, shelves, vents and windows. Speaking of windows, open them up, especially while vacuuming often-forgotten corners, cracks, closets, underneath sofas and between sofa cushions.

Keep in mind that clothing, blankets and bed sheets shed fibers year-round, which contribute to dust. By changing towels and bedding frequently and by putting away winter clothing, coats and blankets (or storing them in garment bags), you can minimize clutter and dust. Don’t have time to take the blankets and bedspreads to the cleaners? Take them outside and give them a good whack. You can even assign your oldest child this task – and while they’re at it, rugs and cushions can take a good beating, too.

Lastly, don’t forget to upgrade furnace filters and to disinfect shower curtains, shower heads, door knobs, cabinets, refrigerators, pantries, cupboards, keyboards and shoe racks.

 2. Sleep, stress reduction & relaxation

All that spring cleaning means you'll gain peace of mind resting your head on clean bedding! You might also try increasing your daily sleep by 30 minutes as needed to achieve 7 to 8 complete hours of rest at night. Sufficient sleep reduces stress, works wonders with hormones, boosts energy levels and aids your ability to lose weight. 

Studies suggest that aromatherapy and scents are another great way to relieve stress. Use a candle or place a pot of water sprinkled with cinnamon, cloves, lavender, chamomile or lemon grass to boil in on the stove. You’ll be surprised with how nicely and naturally you can influence the scent of your home in just minutes.

If you haven't already, start using essential oils. Add a few drops of a calming scent, such as lavender, to a diffuser in your bedroom to create an ideal sleep atmosphere. For extra relaxation, take a warm bath enhanced with a relaxing essential oil blend before bedtime. 

Bonus tip: People who make their beds daily are 19 percent more likely to consistently sleep well, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Additionally, listening to music can help create calm, as music triggers biochemical stress reducers to assist in relieving stress.

 3. Strong, healthy lungs

With a clean home, improved sleep and less stress, you'll be well on your way to breathing easy this spring. Often times, however, we forget to care for our lungs. The average person inhales about 20,000 liters of air. Every time we breathe, we are at risk of inhaling dangerous chemicals that have found their way into the air.

The Environmental Protection Agency urges caution and prevention when it comes to pollutants and toxins such as radon gas from the ground, secondhand smoke, airborne asbestos fibers and manmade sources such as chemical compounds emitted by factory smokestacks or benzene fumes emitted while pumping gas into your car.

Being "air aware" will help to strengthen and keep lungs healthy while avoiding common lung disease as reported by the American Thoracic Society, such as asthma, bronchiectasis, emphysema, bronchiolitis, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, COPD, respiratory failure and disease of the pleura and chest wall (such as mesothelioma).

Strengthen lung health by breathing clean air! Limit your exposure to pollutants (especially cigarette smoke), take steps to improve indoor air quality and get some exercise. Thirty minutes of exercise a day also strengthens the lungs and cardiovascular circulation for a wide variety of health benefits, beyond just lung health. Take a walk outside, climb some stairs on a break from work, walk the dog or schedule a walk date with friends or family whether you walk, job or go for a bike ride – your lungs will thank you later.

Also, be sure to enrich your diet with antioxidant-rich foods. A diet rich in ginger, grapefruit, beans, seeds and nuts, carrots and red bell peppers naturally encourages lung and overall health.

These three tips should help you to enjoy the smell of fresh-cut or lush green grass, budding blooms and so much more this spring. 

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