The Good Stuff Store

Enjoy ultimate peace of mind when you order from our online store, which offers safe and super effective products for people concerned about the toxins in conventional–as well as many “natural”–brands of cosmetics, baby/kid gear, and cleaning products.

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What We Do For You

  • Free Safety Reviews
    Find out what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s sneaky without spending hours on Google. Don’t be duped by expensive “natural” products!
  • Personalized Help
    Receive customized shopping lists tailored to your individual needs, and schedule phone, email, or in-home consultations on making your home greener and cleaner.
  • The Best Stuff Delivered
    Enjoy ultimate peace of mind when you order from our online store, where every product has been handpicked and meets the highest of standards for safety and effectiveness.

Recent Blog Posts

What’s More Dangerous Than BPA? An interview with Dr. Chris Fasano, Stem Cell Scientist
Thursday, April 10, 2014
glass Jar
My son is really bright (like, objectively), and people constantly say, “Wow, he’s so smart! That makes sense because look at his dad!” Um, thanks. Anyway, yes, my husband is an intelligent guy, but people say this less because they…
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Natural, Nontoxic Easter Baskets with Real Grass!
Thursday, April 3, 2014
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This year, instead of filling Felix (and Wolfie’s first!) Easter basket with tacky plastic “grass” and cheap plastic toys, I’m taking the time to make Easter more about the Good Stuff. My 4-year-old will undoubtedly be devastated to not find…
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Sneaky Stuff Alert: BabyGanics Sunscreen
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
wolfie on beach aruba
We just got back from a week in the Caribbean, before which I unknowingly made the rookie parenting mistake of not packing enough sunscreen (isn’t it amazing how MUCH you go through every day when at the beach?). Halfway through…
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