PRODUCT LABEL READING
Clever labeling claims can be confusing (not to mention deceptive!). Not to mention the "hidden toxins" that contaminate a product but aren't required to be listed on the label. Not to mention other claims such as "Paraben-Free" (Just because it doesn't contain parabens doesn't mean it doesn't contain other toxins) "#1 Dermatologist Recommended" (this term means nothing), and more. It can take dozens of hours of research to figure out which ingredients are toxic, or if a product is truly safe.
Instead of hours and hours of research, why not ask an expert and get an answer quickly? If you've ever wondered if a product you're using has toxic ingredients or if you're wondering what to buy at the store, this is a fast way to find out. All product labels are carefully reviewed and vetted by award-winning toxin expert Tonya Harris, MSHN, BCHN.
There are a variety of options below to help get your questions answered. Still have questions? Check out the FAQs section at the bottom of this page.
When you purchase this package, you can get up to 3 products reviewed. After your purchase, you will receive an email with instructions on how to submit the product information (links, website, etc.). Then just sit back, and you'll receive an answer within 24-48 hours after product info submission!
What you'll get:
When you purchase this package, you can get up to 5 products reviewed. After your purchase, you will receive an email with instructions on how to submit the product information (links, website, etc.). Then just sit back, and you'll receive an answer within 24-48 hours after product info submission!
What you'll get:
Maybe you have found a new line of products you're curious about, or maybe you're wondering about a clean skincare line. Or maybe you have a health condition and are wondering if you should switch up the products you're using.
This consult is more involved, and you can ask Tonya whatever questions you have about products, what she recommends, etc.
What you'll get:
Each product review will be done by Tonya Harris, MSHN, BCHN, an award-winning toxin expert and author of The Slightly Greener Method: Detoxifying Your Home is Easier, Faster, & Less Expensive Than You Think (Sourcebooks, 2021). As a childhood leukemia survivor and mother of three, Tonya helps busy women reduce toxins in their home with her simple, doable approach. In addition to Board certification and a Master's degree in holistic nutrition, she holds multiple certificates in the environmental health field. Tonya is sought-after in the media and has been featured online in publications such as Parents, Reader’s Digest, MindBodyGreen, Fox News, and Martha Stewart Living, and has appeared on TV shows across the country, such as Great Day Washington, CBS New York, CBS Los Angeles, and The Dr. Oz Show, for her expertise in environmental toxins, holistic nutrition, and how toxins affect children.
After you checkout, you will receive an email with next steps. You will enter information about the products you are inquiring about in a simple Google Form (product name, links, or a photo of the label if you have it). After the information is received by the Slightly Greener team, Tonya will respond with an email that contains notes about the product and ingredients, as well as a video as she goes through the product label.
Our experience is that most people want more than one product looked at, so this allows for that.
Foods and beverages, cleaning products, and beauty/personal care products.
Simple! Just hit "reply" on the answer email you receive, and let us know! We'll apply your payment to the consult price. We'll send you an invoice and after payment is made, you'll receive a link to schedule the consult.
Yes! Tonya's book, The Slightly Greener Method: Detoxifying Your Home is Easier, Faster, & Less Expensive Than You Think (Sourcebooks, 2021) contains information on ingredients to avoid, how to find hidden toxins on the label, and has over 100 safer recommended brands listed. A dedicated book website has downloadable cheat sheets of ingredients to avoid so you can take them with you when you shop, or to make it easy to check labels on your own. The Slightly Greener Method is available wherever books are sold.