First of all, what are toxic substances? For example, the chemicals that are all around us in our homes, in the doctor’s office, in various institutions and, in many cases, at our workplace. Unfortunately, we cannot get rid of all the chemicals that are constantly poisoning our whole body, but we can replace them with natural alternatives in our own living space that do not harm our health and can even have a positive effect on us. What are the products in our home that we should check and replace them with natural alternatives?

Cleaning detergents

Cleaning products can contain toxic chemicals that can cause poisoning, skin irritation or allergic reactions if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Some chemicals in cleaning products can also have harmful effects on the environment if they are released into drains or the environment. Effective and natural alternatives for cleaning can be:

Candles, incenses and other fragrances

Many people don’t realise how many toxic chemicals they are breathing in when they use vaporisers, candles, incenses and other synthetic fragrances to make their living space smell cosy and pleasant. Fortunately, there are some healthy ways to make your home smell amazing:


Our skin is our largest organ and plays a particularly important role in maintaining the health of our body. It provides protection against pathogens, so we need to take good care of it, including cleansing, moisturising, sun protection and a healthy lifestyle. What can cosmetics contain that are toxic to us? The most common ones are artificial fragrances, solvents, phthalates, sulphates, parabens, triclosan, diethanolamine, phenoxyethanol or formaldehyde-releasing preservatives, aluminium compounds and other chemicals. Safe cosmetics to use:


essential oils, natural body sprays and perfumes free of artificial fragrances and ethyl alcohol

facial care

natural creams free of artificial fragrances and preservatives, phthalates, parabens and benzophenone

hair care

products free of sulphates, perfumes, chemicals, formaldehyde releasing preservatives, phthalates and diethanolamine

skin care (shower gel, hand wash, soap, lotion, hand cream, exfoliator etc.)

products free of sulphates, parabens, triclosan, phenoxyethanol or formaldehyde releasing preservatives


deodorants free of parabens and aluminium compounds (aluminium chloride, aluminium sulphate)

Oral hygiene

It is not uncommon that our oral hygiene products contain artificial flavourings, fragrances and other substances. Ethyl alcohol in mouthwashes, for example, can cause irritation and drying of the oral mucosa after long-term use. Toothpaste ingredients often include fluoride, triclosan and various artificial sweeteners. The excessive intake of fluoride can cause discolouration of teeth. You can buy healthier alternatives such as:

Pills and medications

Nowadays, there is a „miracle pill” made by chemists for everything, to ease pain and bloating, put you to sleep, wake you up, reduce inflammation, fever and so on. But there are other options to consider: there are natural and side-effect-free solutions that are scientifically proven to work. They treat the root causes of our problems, not the symptoms. Some of these are:
It’s a complex and complicated task to check every single product we use and it’s understandable if you don’t have the energy or the capacity to do it. However, it’s important to find trusted sources and brands that you trust to be clean and free of harmful substances or you can even make your own, such as soaps, rinses, detergents, cleansers, face creams, etc. You can find tips and recipes for chemical-free products in the Blog section at the top of the page or by clicking on the button.


Everyone knows that it’s important to protect our skin from the sun’s strong rays. We can wear clothing that covers our skin to protect it from the sun, but we can also use sunscreen to protect it properly. There are two main types of sunscreen: chemical and physical.


Chemical sunscreens are products that contain chemicals that provide sun protection. These substances chemically react in the skin to break down and absorb the harmful UV rays. Chemical sunscreens usually have a light texture and are easily absorbed into the skin, allowing them to enter the bloodstream. Sunscreen residues that build up in the body can also cause allergies. Sunscreen residues in the sea can contribute to damage to corals and marine life.


Physical sunscreens, also known as physical blockers, are products that contain physical substances that provide sun protection, such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. These substances reflect UV rays while they remain on the skin without being absorbed. Physical sunscreens can form a thicker, whitish layer on the skin and block UV rays immediately. They are not harmful to the environment, including marine life and coral reefs.
The sun is our good friend. Without it, the planet would be cold, there would be no light, we would be depressed and we would not be alive. It’s important to spend time outdoors in the sunshine and enjoy all the positive effects of it. However, we need to protect our skin because of the thinner ozone layer too much sunlight can be harmful. There are a number of physical sunscreens on the market, one of which is proven to be pure and all natural, you can read about them by clicking on Blog at the top of the page or the button below.

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