I'm going to level with you all. I am not at all "green" when it comes to the kids and the house. I am guilty of using so many products that I never really took the time to read the ingredients of. Over the last year though, I have tried to pay a bit more attention to what is actually in things. I find myself trying to get more natural products when I can because it makes me feel better about things when it comes to the boys. My friend Sarah of Sweet Lil' You loves The Honest Company. Sarah has been a fan of The Honest Company since getting some of their products at her baby shower.
And I still have yet to try them. But now? I'm about to! Because Plum District is running a fabulous deal. $20 for $40 Toward Eco-Friendly Diapers, Baby Care and Home Cleaning Products from The Honest Company!
The Honest Company was started by actress Jessica Alba and Christopher Gavigan - both parents that were worried about products made with questionable chemical ingredients. They created The Honest Company to ensure that parents could find natural and non-toxic eco-friendly products that are beautiful, effective, and affordable. From customized product bundles to diapers and wipes to cleaning and personal care products, you can find everything you need at Honest.com and have it delivered directly to your front door.
Having kids that have been out of diapers for a few years now (thank God), what I want to check out is the non-diaper products! What is really cool is that you can purchase individual products or a Bundle & Save monthly subscription that can include:
Shampoo and body wash
And so much more
What I really like is that a portion of every dollar The Honest Company earns goes to Baby2Baby.org, a non-profit that supplies local families in need with essential baby gear and clothing for children up to age 12!
Get the deal here ------->$20 for $40 Toward Eco-Friendly Diapers, Baby Care and Home Cleaning Products from The Honest Company!
Limit 1 voucher per household. Valid for new customers only. May not be applied to taxes & shipping. Expires October 25, 2012.