Consumers have had enough...
...and for good reason.
Regular use of typical cleaning
sprays can have as much of an
impact on health as smoking a
pack of cigarettes a day.
Toxins are often found in blood, urine, and breast milk. In one study, blood from newborn babies contained an average of 200 toxins.
The E.U. has banned 1,300+ and restricted 250+ chemicals from cosmetics products as known or probable toxins. The U.S. has banned or restricted 11.
Nurses who used disinfectants
to clean surfaces at least once
a week had a 24-32 percent
increased risk of developing
Infants exposed in the womb to
cleaning products used by their
mothers may suffer lower birth
weight, birth defects, and
persistent respiratory issues.
Some ingredients found in
cleaners are linked to cancer,
toxicity, allergies, irritation,
burns, and poisonings.
Some chemicals accumulate in our bodies over time, and the impact may show up long after exposure. Even tiny doses can be very potent!
Cleaning products contribute to concentrations of many common pollutants that are 2−5 times higher inside homes than outside.
An estimated 95% of cancer cases are linked to dietary and environmental causes, making it an almost completely preventable disease.
It's time to rethink our acceptance of harmful synthetic ingredients in the products we use.
LET'S GET STARTED.
EDUCATION | SOLUTIONS | SUPPORT
We need to be informed before we can make the right choices for our health. Through education and the use of quality plant-based alternatives, we empower individuals and small businesses to eliminate toxic products from their homes and workspaces. This is why Hardwired was created.
The difficult truth.
Whether in your home or small business, there's a good chance you're using cleaning and personal care products with known toxic ingredients.
Human exposure to toxins has never been higher than in modern times and our body systems that process and remove toxins are experiencing the negative effects of overload.
About 86% of cleaning products do not adequately disclose their ingredient list on the label, often intentionally keeping us in the dark about known hazards by using vague language.
These toxins pose short and long term health hazards to you, your family, pets, employees, and customers. And they are
We rely on Young Living's 27 years of leadership and innovation in plant-based product formulation, their extensive inventory of quality products made with purpose, and their stewardship of people and planet to ensure we're providing our customers with solutions that are best for all of us.
Why choose to put your health at risk?
Here are just a few of the toxins found in abundance on store shelves:
Found in: Glass cleaners and polishes
Hazards: Strong respiratory irritant; will produce breathing difficulty in those with asthma or other respiratory difficulties; creates poisonous gas when mixed with bleach.
Found in: Dry cleaning solution, spot remover, upholstery cleaner
Hazards: Neurotoxin; possible carcinogen (EPA), loss of coordination, dizziness
Found in: Tap water, scouring powders, toilet bowl cleaners, laundry whiteners, mildew removers
Hazards: Acute respiratory irritant, significant thyroid disruptor
Found in: Multi-purpose cleaners, window cleaners
Hazards: Not required to be on label; narcosis, pulmonary edema, severe liver and kidney damage.
Found in: Many household products containing “fragrance”
Hazards: Trigger migraines and asthma; known endocrine disruptors
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Found in: Liquid fabric softener, dryer sheets, antibacterial products
Hazards: Respiratory disorders, skin irritation, probable carcinogen, promotes growth of drug-resistant bacteria
Found in: Oven cleaner, drain opener, toilet cleaner, stovetop cleaner
Hazards: Carcinogen, respiratory irritant and asthmagen, skin allergen and irritation/burns, eye irritant, harm to reproductive organs
Found in: Shampoos, cosmetics, lotions, sunscreens
Hazards: Hormone disruptor (estrogen mimicker), carcinogen, increases risk of reproductive problems
Found in: Liquid laundry detergents
Hazards: Probable human carcinogen (EPA), respiratory toxicant
Diethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
Found in: Heavy-duty cleaners, degreasers
Hazards: Impaired fertility, reproductive and developmental toxicity
Found in: Makeup, lotions, deodorants
Hazards: Probable immune and respiratory toxicant, blocks skin from eliminating toxins and regulating temperature
Found in: Powder laundry detergents
Hazards: Toxic to reproductive systems, reduced fertility, can cross the placenta affecting fetal skeletal development
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“Every living organism is fulfilled when it follows the right path for its own nature.”
― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
At Hardwired, we believe in empowering each other with the knowledge and skills to make the best choices for ourselves. With each of our services, we help you take out the guesswork at every step with one-on-one education and custom solutions. Once you're up and running, we're just a free call, text, email, or video chat away, whenever you have a question or comment.