Why Use Natural Household Cleaners?
From savvy parents to eco-conscious consumers, people all over the world are moving away from conventional household cleaners that contain toxic chemicals and switching to natural, plant-based cleaning products.
Because the cleaning products we choose have a ripple effect on our health and the world around us, Rebel Green offers a full line of natural, eco-friendly household cleaning products that are natural, safe, sustainable and crafted with concern for our planet. The chic packaging looks great on your countertop, too!
Here are just a few reasons why it’s a good idea to switch to Rebel Green natural cleaners:
- Better health. Unlike conventional cleaners, Rebel Green products don’t contain harsh chemicals or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), which can pollute the air in our homes, increase the risk of developing asthma and allergies, and have been linked to other health problems. Synthetic dyes and fragrances can cause reactions on those with sensitive skin, so Rebel Green products are scented with essential oils and natural fragrances.
- Environmentally friendly formulas. The chemicals of conventional cleaners can seep into the ground, pollute water sources and mess with ecosystems. Rebel Green’s natural cleaning products are biodegradable and made using sustainable manufacturing processes.
- Transparency. We don’t have to list ingredients on our product labels, but we still do it so you can rest easy knowing exactly what goes into each Rebel Green bottle.
- Value. Rebel Green believes that you shouldn’t have to pay more for choosing natural cleaning products over traditional, so we strive to offer our products at competitive price points.
- Effectiveness. Rebel Green products work just as well if not better than conventional cleaners.
- Social responsibility. A portion of all Rebel Green sales goes to organizations that help deliver clean water, clean food and clean air to people all over the world. These include Water.org, Feeding America, The Paradigm Project and the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences.