NSF Certified Water Filters

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Why is our water so important?  Beyond the obvious oral ingestion, over 60% of what you put on your skin goes into your blood stream.    This means bathing, showering and any contact with water or water based products.  There are many significant unregulated chemicals in our tap water not even counting pharmaceuticals, microbes, cysts and animal fecal matter, chlorine, fluoride and the atypical buzz words.  40% of viruses and influenza are also spread through public water systems right into your faucet. 


Natural Liquid Castile Soap

Because over 60% of what goes on your skin enters your blood stream, a multi-purpose natural liquid soap is the best option.  SLS, the standard commercial surfactant is not natural. 

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Natural Liquid Soap

Beyond water, liquid soap is the most contacted product you use through out the day.  We use it to wash vegetables, hands, bodies, babies, pets, dishes and laundry.  Bottom line we use liquid soap several times a day.  60% of what goes on your skin enters your bloodstream and now is more important than ever to consider going as natural as possible.  Natural does not mean more expensive, in fact our soap replaces a myriad of commercial products. 




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Sources:  Pathogens in water, 60% of the ingredients put on your skin get absorbed into your body Burt's Bees,

Just a few facts about our water...


There are 35,000 pesticides containing 600 chemical compounds. Yet municipal water systems are only required to test for six. Many of these chemicals are known to cause birth defects, nerve damage, sterility and cancer.

The General Accounting Office reports that 20% of the nation's 65,000 community systems are unable to meet minimum standards set by the Safe Drinking Water Act.  

More than 700 organic chemicals have been identified in drinking water, and some of them are suspected cancer causing agents.

A recent government study found that more than 25% of all large U.S. public water systems contain traces of one or more toxic substances. ... Public water systems do not test for the carcinogens and other dangerous chemicals that are being found.