EcoCentric Mom Box Features Green Cleaners, Organic Body Treats

The November EcoCentric Mom box introduced me to some new cleaning products and organic "indulgences" for my body that will help me choose positive ways to shift my spending to more eco-friendly products. That's how I use the power of my big green purse, and it's great to see what my options are, thanks to EcoCentric Mom.

Among the green cleaning products in this month's box were:

ecoSTORE USA All Purpose Cleaner – This plant and mineral based spray cleaner is a terrific alternative to conventional sprays that contain more questionnable ingredients. It works just as well as the "old fashioned" brand, too.

 For a little personal indulgence, try…

Native Touch Green Foot Challenge Set – a mix of herbs, sugars and salts to soothe even the tiredest toes. 

Zen Society's Tea Tree Facial Cleanser – Vegan skincare free of harsh chemicals, dyes, fragrances, mineral oils, sulfates, parabens or preservatives. Whew!

Organic Indulgence Body Balm – This is probably my favorite product in the box. My hands are always dry, so it's great to take this stick of organic shea butter, cocoa butter and beeswax along in my purse or briefcase for some instant relief when my hands need it.

Beauty from Flowers Day Cream – This organic skin care line is tops! The organic ingredients are sourced in the U.S., are cruelty-free, paraben free, and rely on roses for their fragrance. What's not to love? 

And for a little taste treat?

YumEarth Organic Lollipops – No artificial ingredients, dyes, or flavors; no gluten, nuts or dairy, either.

PLUS: a $15 gift card from in case you want to go shopping for yourself.

Don't forget: you can sign up to get your own EcoCentric Mom box every month here.

3 Responses to EcoCentric Mom Box Features Green Cleaners, Organic Body Treats

  1. Darla Wilsten November 12, 2012 at 1:37 am #

    Hi Diane, I would suggest that it is better if you will drink a tulsi tea which looks like this one, a lifestyle change is what I did and simple change on those foods and things I use at home to make a health friendly environment for my family.

  2. organic beauty November 18, 2012 at 8:48 pm #

    Would you recommend the organic facial cleanser to a sensitive skin? I tend to have some zits thus even if I wanted to try organic, i always hesitate.

  3. Diane MacEachern November 20, 2012 at 6:24 am #

    Of course. It’s possible that an organic product would actually be better for your skin, since it would contain fewer chemicals linked to rash and itching. Good luck.

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