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Welcome to Green Boutique! Here are Kristen Suzanne's favorite items!
I love candles, but I love my salt lamps even more. I wrote about having a salt lamp as one of my postpartum must haves, and I also wrote about it in my birth story. As a cosleeping family, it’s been wonderful to have this on our nightstand. It gives the perfect amount of glow so that I can check on baby while sleeping, without keeping anyone awake. I buy our salt lamps here. They make wonderful gifts, too! I bought one for my mom, and she loved it so much she bought two more.
Eco-friendly toilet paper is the toilet-paper of choice for us. Enter: Seventh Generation. Let me just start by saying that when I buy toilet paper, I like to stock up! I mean, really, who wants to EVER run out of toilet paper? Frankly, it’s too easy to do that when you buy the small packages at the store. Not to mention, it’s usually a much better deal to buy in bulk like this. So, yes, this is a 48-pack and there are only two of us in the house right now. Seventh Generation toilet paper is made of 100% recycled paper (minimum 80% post consumer) and it’s free of dyes, inks, and fragrances. That being said, there is an interesting discussion of how recycled TP can have BPA in it. Read More »
Bamboo Wash Cloths – I like using a wash cloth on my face when I’m cleansing it. It helps to gently exfoliate as well, as get all of the cleanser and makeup off my face. I only like super soft, eco-friendly wash cloths though. That’s why I love these Bamboo Wash Cloths! They’re made from both bamboo and organic cotton. I love giving these away as gifts, too.
Multi-Pure Undercounter Water Filter – This is the absolute smartest, most cost-effective, environmentally sound way to drink and prep food with delicious, pure, toxin-free water. Bottled water is ecological insanity and tap water is suspect even in the best of cases because municipalities don’t test for many dangerous contaminants such as hormones or prescription drugs that get into the water supply via urine. And even if your city tests well against the standard toxins, anything can happen in the pipes between them and you. Read More »