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Laundry Detergent For Babies

Laundry Detergent For Babies

Since babies have sensitive skin, conventional detergents might be unsuitable for washing babies’ clothes. Strong chemicals such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Lauryth Sulfate can cause skin irritation and can aggravate eczema and psoriasis among children and babies. The common areas of infection are where there is greatest of rubbing of the skin with the clothes such as neckline or arm openings. These appear as red rashes that may be itchy. Additionally, babies are prone to chewing and biting any clothes they can get their hands on, leading to ingestion of harmful chemicals. The baby’s skin comes in contact with...

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Soapnuts, An Academic Research

Soapnuts, An Academic Research

When we hear about a natural solution about a conventional problem we can hesitate. The first question some people sometimes ask me is: does it really work? It is natural… do plants clean? We are so used to conventional detergents that thinking that a plant can clean may seem even weird… well, on the top of all the reviews from happy users, I decided to dig into academic articles and do a short literature review. Almost all the articles we reviewed acknowledge the cleaning properties of soapnuts and explain how they work, supported by the research.  Pušić et al. (2011) for...

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