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Neutrogena Naturals Final Review: Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser

I do not like Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser. I might even hate it. I tried this new face wash from Neutrogena as they attempted to head in a more natural direction. Find out why I just don’t like it and don’t recommend it. To see what I originally thought when first buying this cleanser, […]

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Endangered Species Chocolate Review: All-Natural Dark Chocolate with Espresso Beans

I will start by letting you know that I wasn't expecting much coffee flavor. Many of the coffee infused chocolate bars on the market have small specks randomly throughout the bar. It's rare to taste the espresso beans in these chocolate bars and that's what I expected from Endangered Species Chocolate's All-Natural Dark Chocolate with […]

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First Look: Endangered Species Organic Chocolate Bars

If you are anything like me, you love chocolate. There are many options and varieties on the market, but the trick is to find something made from sustainable sources. With cacao growing best in the shade and the rainforest being cut down rapidly it's easier said than done. Unless you know about Endangered Species Chocolate. […]

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Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser

Neutrogena Review: Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser

Just in at Naturally Earth Friendly and up for review is the Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser. This face wash is in the new naturals product lineup by Neutrogena. I hadn’t planned to try it except for the $1 off coupon Target sent out. Since I was out of my Earth Science Apricot Gentle Facial Scrub […]

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Coconut Oil for Diaper Rash

Coconut Oil for Diaper Rash: A Natural and Pleasant Smelling Solution

It’s pretty common for most parents to expect their babies to get a diaper rash at some point while they are in diapers. As it can happen at any time it’s best to know what to do before they get the diaper rash. You’ll also want to know what to do when they inevitably get […]

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Organic, Hot and Spicy is What this Microbrew Gift Set is All About

If you’re searching for that unique gift for someone special, it’s all here in this beautiful bamboo carrying case. A natural fiery microbrew brittle with peanuts and chili, organic Aztec spice dark chocolate bars, and some organic dark chocolate hearts are all natural extras to the front and center Organic Chocolate Stout Beer. For less […]

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“Ask Me About My Compost Pile” Infant Bodysuit

They may not be speaking yet, but even the youngest environmentalists can make a green statement (or brown, depending on what they had for lunch) with this hilarious organic cotton infant bodysuit. Deadpan and clever, "Ask me about my compost pile" is sure to provide the world with lots of laughter. Organic cotton printed with […]

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Embalming Started During the Civil War

Embalming Started During the Civil War and Is Not Legally Required in the United States – So Why Is It Still the Most Popular?

Prior to embalming, a practice started with Civil War-era doctor Thomas Holmes to send soldiers home, a simple pine box was used at home in a more personal farewell. Traditional burials can now easily surpass $10,000! After a house and car, burials are a person’s third-largest personal expense. Today, the mortuary industry is a $25 […]

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Felted Wool Puddle Pad is Soft and Naturally Anti-Bacterial

The Turn a New Leaf Designs' natural, handmade felted wool puddle pad is the perfect thing for co-sleeping families and those practicing elimination communication (EC) with their children. Felted the old fashioned way using a hand press, this untreated and unprocessed Canadian wool is naturally anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. Breathable and naturally water resistant, it's the […]

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Save the Planet, One Beer at a Time

Sample some of the nation's best organic beers in one location at the North American Organic Brewers Festival June 24-26, 2011. Guests can purchase a reusable, compostable cornstarch glass and tokens to taste a variety of organic beers. The tokens cost $1 and guests will receive a four-ounce taste of their choice. Hours for the […]

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