When Eco Store offered to let me review two of their products I was thrilled! As I dug around on their site to pick out my two products I was even more excited because their prices were awesome! Who doesn’t love a company whose favorite phrase is “No Nasty Chemicals”? Genius.
When I was looking for my two products to review I decided that I would look for items that I had either not successfully made before, or had not found a natural alternative for at the store (I make a good chunk of our basic cleaning supplies and laundry detergent. Don’t worry, it is super easy).
The first time we used the Oxygen Whitener we threw it in with my husbands whites. The load included dress shirts and under shirts etc. He said he could totally tell a difference in their color. We normally just use my homemade detergent and not any extra bleach or laundry care additives like Oxy Clean because of expense and questionable ingredients. It was great to have something we felt good about throwing in.
I wanted to try the Cream Cleanser because my vinegar and water mixture I use for most basic cleaning was just not cutting it with my sinks. I really needed something that I could use to scrub and polish. It was so nice to have something with some more substance to it. My sinks looked much better after using this stuff. I do think that for my purposes I would prefer it to have a bit more grit to it. If you use it be sure to rinse this stuff well after scrubbing to get a nice shine. It is so nice to have something like this to add to my small cleaning stash. I think I will mix it with a paste I make out of dish soap, lemon juice, and baking soda and I think it will be the perfect thing for sinks and tubs.
Eco Store caries products within 5 main categories; Baby, Bath and Body, Hair Care, Household, and Pet. The packaging is BPA free and everything is made in the USA. How is that for a commercial?
Although all of the prices are excellent, I was most excited about the value of the baby products. They had Baby Body Wash for $4.25, Baby Shampoo for $4.40, and Nappy Balm (diaper rash balm) for $5.10. That is really good. The only downside I am noticing is that I don’t think the product is specifically organic. But because it is chemical and “bad stuff” free, I would feel comfortable putting it on my little ones.
The best news? They just posted about a 25 hour sale that runs through tomorrow night for 25% off everything (use code 25for25). I have not seen many sales from them at all…especially since they have lowered their prices. This would be a great chance to try a couple things if you are needing anything. When they posted about this sale I immediately rushed to put this post up so y’all would be able to get the best price.
Let me know if you try any of their products. I would love to hear about your thoughts and how they worked for you.
Disclosure- Beyond receiving the two products, I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own.