A life without toxicity is probably not something we could all achieve. But we all know how extremely important it is to reduce our exposure to toxins. They enter our bodies and corrode it from inside, damaging our systems, and preventing our bodies to self heal and correct. Regardless of wether we notice it or not, toxins can still hurt us.
Reducing exposure today is the first step to building health for tomorrow. We are susceptible to toxins from many areas that are outside of our control. So we need to do the best we can at what we can control, like the detergent we use to wash the clothes we wear on our skin all day long, and breathe in while doing laundry and days after its been washed.
Regular laundry detergents contain chemicals like sulfates, phenols, fragrances, petroleum and others. All of which have been linked to cancer, lung disease and other disturbances.
This is such a simple and easy step, and if I can do it, you can DIY
I have printed the label on a printable cotton canvas and then cut it. Since it already contains adhesive on it, I just placed it where I wanted on my glass jar.
You could also use Kristen’s Tutorial on how to print on a linen like fabric and use mounting tape, glue dots, or your hot glue gun to apply it to your container.