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Eco-Me: 100% Natural Cleaning Products

February 29, 2012, 12:51 amFiled under: Eco Health > Eco Living — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Eco-Me is a natural products company which care about the health of your home, family and pets. Eco-Me was born out of need and concern. The need to remove dangerous chemicals from your homes and environment and the concern that the toxins emitted from every day products has encouraged the rapid increase of disease in our society. Their products rely on food-grade ingredients like vinegar, olive oil, baking soda and plant sourced ingredients like essential oils.

The only 100% natural cleaning products on the market using food grade ingredients that are safe, effective and chemical-free! Their All Purpose Cleaners, Bill & Dave, reduce up to 98% bacteria in 60 seconds, now that’s fast cleaning.

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Eco-Me: 100% Natural Cleaning Products © Eco-Me / www.eco-me.com

Eco-Me does not test on animals nor use animal bi-products.  Eco-Me products are made in the USA and certified by the Natural Products Associations Healthy Home Seal, PETA and Leaping Bunny.

Kiwi Magazine, a national consumer magazine and website with the mission of Growing families the natural and organic way, recently announced that Eco-Me was one of the select few natural cleaners voted by their readers for the Best Green Cleaners of 2011.

Eco-Me’s natural cleaning products rely on food-grade ingredients like vinegar, olive oil, baking soda and plant sourced ingredients like essential oils. There are quite a few natural cleaners on the market today and Eco-Me is proud to have won the respect of Kiwi and their family community!

The safest way to clean home with without chemical preservatives, synthetic fragrances and colorants. Unfortunately many cleaning products on their market shelves deem themselves to be natural and fly below the radar. Method, Seventh Generation and Mrs. Meyers use all the same 2 chemical preservatives: Methylisothiazolinone, Benzisothiazolinone.

 

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Eco-Me: 100% Natural Cleaning Products © Eco-Me / www.eco-me.com

These 2 ingredients will give the products a forever-like shelf life but in return bring potentially harmful chemicals into their home.

  • The Environmental Working Group’, Safe Cosmetic Database states that these 2 chemical preservatives may cause allergic reactions,
  • The National Library of Medicine states that they are known human immune system toxicants,
  • The Cosmetic Ingredient Review shows strong evidence of being human skin toxicants and
  • Tests results all the way back in 2002 deemed them to demonstrate neurotoxicity.

Eco-Me is growing in the US & Canada, bringing it’s products to natural food stores, grocery, hardware, drug store, pet and specialty markets. Selling direct as well as through distribution, Eco-Me works with retailers to create a sales strategy including quarterly promotions, demos, display racks, shelf talkers and event support. Eco-Me brings a fresh new energy to the cleaning category with its back-to-basic ingredients and modern family branding.

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2 Responses to “Eco-Me: 100% Natural Cleaning Products”

  1. Shu Karoly says:

    Very good information for my assessment… Thank you

  2. Eco-Question Editor says:

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