I've only lately become aware and uncomfortable about slathering the largest organ in my body with petrochemicals. I recall Tynan recommending a Dr Bronner's soap in an RV video, though I can't find any reliable information that comments on the safety of the potassium hydroxide used in the liquid soaps. Products I use often that I should probably consider altering consist of:
- liquid body soap (also used to shave)- dandruff shampoo (I've tried no-poo and failed)- antiperspirant (lots of scare over the Aluminum Z.T.G.)- sunscreen- sex lube- toothpaste- multivitamin- clothing (Tynan mentions wool; is organic critical or are things like pesticides easily washed out?)- bedding (would you go as far as mattresses, pillows, & toppers too?)- clothes detergent ? (I don't have sensitive skin, but maybe it's still a risk)- dish soap (also used as hand soap)- all purpose cleaner (windows, kitchen, bath. I don't use it often; I guess gloves would help too)
- Can you share recommendations for any of these products?- Can you recommend vendors with good prices (online or otherwise)?- Is there similar other major health risks that you'd add that I haven't considered?