Healthy Home: The Rise of Eco-Friendly Home Products

Last Updated on March 10, 2022 by Kravelv

Over time, all popular products have changed and evolved to keep up with consumer trends, and the household and beauty scene is no different. Greco-Roman women used lead and chalk for a whiter complexion. During the Renaissance, lips were darkened with vermillion. In the roaring 20s, eyes were liberally lined with kohl. Belladonna and mercury were both used in historical cosmetics even after their dangers were known. Though we’ve moved past many of these hazardous ingredients, several modern products are still far from safe.

Household and beauty products today contain ingredients that have been linked to fertility problems, birth defects, hormone disruption, and respiratory irritation. Though many dangers are known, the items are still being sold. Consumer health isn’t the only thing at risk, either. Water contamination and air pollution linked to the production and use of these products are damaging the planet as well. If you’re not looking at the labels on your cleaning or beauty products, you may have a host of harmful chemicals in your home that you’re not even aware of.

Fortunately, today’s trends are moving us toward a greener and healthier market. You can turn to options like Amway cosmetics products for a more eco-friendly approach. It’s no surprise that a growing number of sustainable products are hitting the market. A third of today’s consumers are now looking for more wholesome and eco-friendly options. Join their ranks and become a careful and responsible shopper yourself. You can learn more about the current trends in sustainable, healthy products with the infographic below, “Home Healthy: The Rise of Eco-Friendly Household Products.”


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