Detox Your Bathroom

Detox Your Bathroom

January 28, 2019

Is your bathroom healthy?

Below are practical steps to take to detox and de-clutters your bathrooms for a healthier and more vibrant space. 

Firstly,

Be Practical >  If you haven't used the product within the last 6 months and it is still within the expiry date, collect the items and put them in a bag to donate to your local your nearest women's shelter. Small donations for beauty and feminine products will go a long way to help your local community. If you haven't used the product in 6 months, your most likely not going to use it anytime soon. 

If they are out of expiry do what you can to recycle the packaging and be mindful where the contents of the products go. 

Be Mindful > We can find many toxins in our bathroom. It is time to read what your products are made up of. Being mindful of the brands you buy and what is currently in your bathroom that might be harmful to your health long term.

Ingredients To Avoid;
> Diethyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde (found in nail polish)
> Sulfates (found in shampoo)
> Oxybenzone (Found in sunscreen)
> Parabens Butylparaben, Methylparaben, Propylparaben (Found in makeup, moisturizer, shaving gel, shampoo, personal lubricant and spray tan products)
> Fragrances (Found in moisturizers, deodorant, lotion, face cream, shampoo, conditioner)

Consider switching to Organic & Natural products; 
> 100% Organic Cotton Tampons
> Natural Toothpastes 
> Unbeached Toilet Paper
> Natural and Safe Air fresheners
> Natural Cleaning products 
> Fragrance-Free Products

Let Go > Like Elsa says, Let it go, Let it go!
It is time to say goodbye to all the things sucking the energy in the room that isn't working towards your brightening your beautiful soul. Once you have decluttered and detoxed your bathroom, light some sage and clear your new space with good vibes. Start every day with a fresh and calming space to prepare for the day.

Your bathroom should be a space where you feel calm and relaxed. A place to wash, heal and reflect.

Don't feel overwhelmed this process shouldn't take more than 10-15mins.

This weekend I detoxed my bathroom and my goodness it feels so light and amazing in there now!

We would like to hear how you went. Write below your experience.



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