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Laundry Detergent having natural softening, may provide 3 incredible yet basic needs:

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What we want are at least 3 incredible basic needs:
• hE "100% detergent free" clean fabrics.
• Fragrance-free, naturally softened highly hypoallergenic clothing and linens.
• Toxin free laundry room.

Rain Laundry Detergent, having natural softening provides the world's only true 100% detergent-free single rinse. Regardless of whether Rain is overused in the washer or not, no need to second rinse. Fabrics washed in Rain, will always rinse 100% free of any detergent residue.
This cleansing agent plus silky softening, was originally developed for the newborn baby, though being an all-natural Bio-symmetric solution, it is exceptional for the whole family.
Bio-symmetric science shows the interactive Hypersensitive Foliage Reactor (SAR), is a stand-out molecule inherent in plants, which naturally target resistant bacteria. Comprised of enriched extracts, Rain's advanced organic solution effortlessly elevates everyday skin care. For more on this google: hypersensitive foliage response Wikipedia.

Does deodorant contain detergent chemicals?

"Vulnerable Gland" Tip of the Month: Avoid using deodorant directly on under-arm skin. Instead first put your clothing on, than apply a dab of deodorant on to the fabric at armpit area. Note: To remove any white residue, rub fabric with a dry cloth.

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Rough and Dry Skin

Hormone-mimicking chemicals (found in typical and organic laundry detergents) may distort estrogen & testosterone function.As the 100-year disease pandemic thrives, we also see depression and poor health excel in children.Xeno-hormones (chemicals leaked into the environment), also kill fishIs it immoral that all detergents can rightfully claim to be natural, organic and eco-friendly? Dioxane is organic, [...]

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#Fluoridation of #Drinking #Water

Say no to fluoride in your city water.                                                                                                    TABLE of CONTENTS #Arthritis #Gastrointestinal Effects #Bone Fracture #Hypersensitivity #Brain Effects #Kidney Disease #Cancer #Male Fertility #Cardiovascular Disease #Pineal Gland [...]

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Working Environmental Program Awakens Authorities!

If not for the aware people interacting with this site, not much would be going on."Our customers have already prevented the discharge (easily exceeding millions of gallons) of poisoned water from entering American waterways", said Bradley Stewart, owner of Mineral Methods LLC. Targeting poisonous fumes that cause illness: The Mineral Methods initiative on dangerous chemicals [...]

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I am a philanthropist, but I probably shouldn't share this about me.

Hygiene of the skin: when is clean too clean?I am actually trying to find a better way. I bathe daily, yet I only use skin soap once a week (except I wash hands regularly) and a small amount of shampoo, quickly rinse, 3 times a week.Why?From birth, natural skin oils react with soap chemicals while bathing. This [...]

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Rain Laundry Detergent

New advanced "SUDS-FREE" cleaning. Get 100% detergent-free clothing everytime.Rain

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Breastfeeding Your Newborn Baby

Dear Lori, Natural breast creams likely soothe at first, yet may attract bacteria. These type of agents may cause oily stains on your shirt. Typically, washing clothes will leave strong detergent residue in your fabrics.Research reveals, moisture from breast seepage, may react with detergent residue and inflame breast tissue. A bra could contain substantial detergent residue. This [...]

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Will depression, skin disorder, or sleep deprivation concern your family? Laundry Detergent.

From birth, through old age, our vital organ are at risk of chemical intrusion. Our skin is likely engaged with laundry detergent residue. With this, our immune system may be hightened, year after year for most of us, to defend off detergent chemicals absorbed by the skin. The medical term for chemical absorption is endocrine disruptor. [...]

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