Making these four easy swaps in your bathroom really adds up, both from a financial and disposable waste standpoint. So you can help save the Earth while also saving a couple (or $1000!) bucks by moving away from single-use disposable items and into beautiful reusable ones.
The fact is, many of the products we use in our daily lives are full of chemicals and toxins that have an impact on our fertility. Things like deodorant, shampoo, soap, and laundry detergent can all contain a whole cocktail of chemicals that aren’t doing your body any favors.
The Endocrine Society has made recent statements regarding concerns over human exposure to BPA and its "newer" replacement bisphenols like BPS and BPF. Bisphenols are found in plastics (recycling label "7"), epoxy resins that line canned foods and beverages, and on thermal receipts.