Poisonings In Children - Which Household Products Are Hazardous?

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- all cosmetics and skin care products
- toothpaste and mouthwash
- antiperspirant and deodorant
- shampoo and conditioner, hairspray, and other styling aids
- soap and body wash
- sunscreen
- perfume and cologne
- bubble bath
- hand and body lotion
- baby oil
- air freshener and deodorizer
- medications
- disinfectants
- laundry detergents, stain removers, fabric softeners, chlorine bleach, spray starch
- dishwashing soap and dishwasher detergent
- multi-purpose cleaner
- toilet bowl cleaner
- furniture polish
- batteries
- toxic plants
- mothballs

In summary, we do everything we can to keep our children safe. However, many products in our homes can poison them. By being aware of products that can cause harm to our children, we can take action to prevent childhood tragedies.

Kimberly Gingras is a work-at-home mom of two young children. She uses only non-toxic household and personal care products in order to prevent accidental poisonings of her children. For more information on non-toxic products for your home OR a FREE E-BOOK, go to http://research.HealthyHomeTour.com

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