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1st Organic Baby Laundry Detergent…and It’s Vegan!

Lynn Griffith
1st Organic Baby Laundry Detergent…and It’s Vegan!
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In the United States, consumer sales for organic products exceed $39 billion. (1)  Many household cleaning products and cosmetics contain sodium laurel sulfate (SLS).  This chemical is known to be an eye and skin irritant, is a pesticide and a herbicide, helps other chemicals get into the body, and is corrosive. (2)

Many cleansers and cosmetics contain sodium laurel sulfate, a pesticide and herbicide that can be harmful to both children and adults!

Many people are even more cautious with what they give their babies and children, since research has shown that pesticides can affect an infant’s brain, nervous system and organs that are still in development.  Especially because a baby’s liver and kidneys are not yet developed to remove pesticides from the body.(3)

Fit Organic announced this week that they are launching a certified USDA Organic Baby Laundry Detergent.  It is specially formulated to be safe on baby’s skin and uses no harsh cleaning chemicals, dyes or perfumes.  Because the formula is certified USDA Organic, it contains no sodium laurel sulfate or other chemicals. (4)

Fit Organic’s new Organic Baby Laundry Detergent has no dyes, no sodium laurel sulfate or other chemicals!

Fit Organic’s cleaning products use a traditional soap making process.  Instead of using animal fats and oils, Fit Organic uses organic plant oils and extracts, mixed with natural minerals to create organic soaps.  Their soaps stay clear and in liquid form, and are also certified Vegan and Animal Cruelty Free. (4)

Fit Organic uses plant oils and extracts instead of animal fats and oils!

Todd Wichmann, CEO and Founder of HealthPro Brands, the maker of Fit Organic, explained what makes their product different. (4)

“We understand parents have a lot of decisions to make when preparing for the new addition to their family, and may be overwhelmed and confused by claims about supposed ‘natural’ products. Unfortunately, many of these brands actually include harsh ingredients such as SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), enzymes, and synthetic toxic preservatives. Our product represents the culmination of our efforts to create a baby laundry detergent that truly delivers on what we think parents have the right to expect from an organic brand, without compromising quality and value.”(4)

Fit Organic Baby Detergent is the only baby detergent that is Certified USDA Organic.  Wichmann believes that when parents read the labels of their products, they should understand the ingredients, and trust them. (4)

If you are planning a baby, already have a baby, or just want to use a laundry detergent that you can trust, check out Fit Organic’s line of cleaning products!

Sources for this article include:
(1) www.ota.com
(2) smartklean.wordpress.com
(3) npic.orst.edu
(4) www.newson6.com

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