Healthy Baby Home Party with Seventh Generation

Seventh Generation was kind enough to send us one of their Healthy Baby Home Party kits full of little free samples, coupons, and tips to share with our family and friends.  I've been a huge fan of Seventh Generation for awhile now and was really excited to share them and this information with others.  | This post contains affiliate links |

Our little one made good use out of the packing paper in the box and went to town coloring it up. That's one way to recycle! (Crayons are our own, similar ones linked here.)  

Our little one made good use out of the packing paper in the box and went to town coloring it up. That's one way to recycle! (Crayons are our own, similar ones linked here.)  

A few years ago, before we started trying to get pregnant, I made the decision to switch over as many household cleaners, detergents, and soaps as I could to "cleaner," all-natural versions.  There's so much chemicals and additives in most commercial products these days and I figured that it could only be beneficial to make the switch and limit our family's exposure to these things.  One of the brands I switched to was Seventh Generation and I haven't looked back. 

Product samples and coupons from:  Seventh Generation, Zarbee's Naturals, and Bobble. 

Product samples and coupons from:  Seventh Generation, Zarbee's Naturals, and Bobble

I've been a big fan of all the Seventh Generation products I've tried so far, but I have especially loved their laundry detergent and stain remover.  In fact their Free & Clear Laundry Detergent was gentle enough that we found we didn't have to switch to expensive "baby detergent" when our little one was first born.  

There were a lot of Healthy Home Tips shared during the party, but I wanted to pass on some of the ones I found most interesting here:  

  • "Purchase toys made from natural materials, like solid wood with non-toxic finishes and natural textiles like organic cotton or wool.  The familiar 'new smell' that plastic toys often emit can be a sign that toxic softeners or finishers were used to make the product."  
  • "The term 'fragrance' or 'parfum' on the label of baby care products can represent hundreds of unknown chemicals since manufacturers are not required to disclose the ingredients.  Whenever possible, look for products that use 100% natural fragrance for the scent or offer fragrance-free formulations to protect your baby."  
  • "Indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air.  Ventilate the home by opening windows, and limit your use of air fresheners and chemical cleaning products that release potentially harmful VOCs into your indoor environment."  

All of the above tips came from Seventh Generation/Healthy Child Healthy World.  

- I received samples, coupons, and tips for myself and to share with others, but all opinions expressed are my own.  Please see our Disclosure Policy for more information. -

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