The Good Stuff Store

Enjoy ultimate peace of mind when you order from Gimme the Good Stuff. We offers safe, effective, nontoxic products for you, your baby and your home. If you're trying to avoid toxins in conventional and “natural” brands of cosmetics, baby & kid gear, and cleaning products, you've come to the right place.
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What We Do For You

  • Safe Product Guides
    We've done the research. Find out what's good, what's bad, and what's sneaky. Don't be duped by "natural" products!
  • The Best Stuff Delivered
    Enjoy ultimate peace of mind when you order from our online store, where every product has been handpicked because they meet the highest standards for safety and effectiveness.
  • 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.

Recent Press

maia on dr oz
Did you miss Gimme the Good Stuff founder Maia James on The Doctor Oz Show?
Get her tips on avoiding phthalates here.
Read Maia's interview with Simple Baby.
"I also received help from Maia James. She helped me find cribs and mattresses that were nontoxic," says actress Jordana Brewster.

Recent Blog Posts

Asparagus from Gimme the Good Stuff Kids Eating Greens and the Soldiers of Spring
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
I love seeing the fresh green asparagus this time of year sprouting out of the ground. To me, the spears look like little soldiers popping up to fight off winter, as if to say, “Come enjoy, spring is finally here!”…
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Paleo Skincare Logo Introducing Paleo Skincare!
Friday, May 15, 2015
I don’t eat red meat, so it’s weird for me to be writing a post about beef fat in your skincare products. I’ve actually never even really tried red meat as a food, being grossed out by it even as…
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wholewheatwaffles The Problem with Frozen Waffles & an Easy Sprouted Waffle Recipe
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Children seem to move through “food kicks.” They’ll eat a particular food for a while and then a week later they suddenly stop liking it. Or sometimes they’ll hone in on a particular food and will eat only that. My…
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Read more from Maia on her Huffington Post blog!