Safer Brands to Buy

The Ultimate Guide to Safer, Non-Toxic Brands

What you'll get:

  • A downloadable guide with over 250 non-toxic brands and products
  • How & where to find these products at a discount
  • Includes links to foods & beverages, personal care products and cosmetics, cleaning products, sunscreen, & insect repellent
  • Bonus Guide: How to Buy Organic on a Budget
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Terms like the words "natural" or even "organic" really don't mean anything on a label, and the terms aren't closely regulated. And hidden toxins that aren't required to be listed on ingredient labels can lurk in many foods, personal care products, and cleaning products.

With so many ingredients to memorize (did you know there are over 60 names for sugar?) and so many ways companies can hide toxic ingredients on their labels, it's enough to make your head spin!

That's where this guide comes in. 

The products and brands in this guide have to meet my strict criteria in order to be included in the guide. Here's what conditions these products have to meet:

  • No network marketing or direct sales products are allowed (such as Arbonne, Melaleuca, Beautycounter, etc.). I do not endorse or promote any direct sales products, or take any money from affiliate programs.
  • The product has clearly labeled ingredients, or ones that I’ve been able to get from the manufacturer.
  • No toxins from my “ingredients to avoid" list of over 30 ingredients.
  • I have carefully vetted the ingredients of, or personally used and love the product.

So if you're ready to shop safer, without hours of research, or without staring at a label wondering if the product you're about to buy is truly safer, grab this guide. 

Happy (safer!) shopping!

About Tonya Harris, MSHN, BCHN

Tonya Harris is an award-winning environmental toxin expert and the founder of Slightly Greener, offering busy moms simple and doable solutions to reducing toxins, without turning their lifestyle upside-down.  

As a childhood leukemia survivor and the mother of three (one with multiple learning disabilities), Tonya’s path has led her to helping parents learn how toxins in the home can affect their child’s health. In addition to Board certification and a Master's degree in holistic nutrition, she holds multiple certificates in the environmental health field.  

She is the creator of the Slightly Greener Method™, and has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and in Reader’s Digest, Martha Stewart Living, The Spruce, Parents, and on the Dr. Oz Show.

When she’s not teaching parents about toxic products, Tonya can be found spending time with her family, or raising money for her organization Clubs to Cure Kids, from which she has donated over $160,000 for childhood cancer research and family support programs in the Chicago area.