I will admit, the Norwex Enviro Wand looks weird. Maybe even a little flashy. I mean, it’s fluorescent and has a ton of these crazy little nubs all over one side. Initially, I couldn’t see why I would want this over the Enviro Cloth, or the Dusting Mitt. It seemed… excessive.
However, once I began using it, I saw the magic promptly unfold…
Price: Under $35
Comes with: Flexible Wand and Double-sided Microfiber Sleeve
General Idea: Dust in hard to reach… Continue reading
Today, I am SUUUPER excited to introduce the newest member of the HealthyHomeCleaning writing team – Crystal Moore!!! Crystal is lovely, so funny, and a GREAT writer… oh, and did I mention gorgeous? We are thrilled to have her! And now, with no further adieu, here’s Crystal! (insert applause and cheering)
Hello! I am Crystal, I’m NOT a Norwex consultant, and I’ll be putting Norwex to the test (and reviewing them) in my 4 bedroom home in New Brunswick, Canada. … Continue reading
I’m writing this post just to say thank you… it’s loooong over-due! I guess this post could be added to the category “Norwex Reviews” because I’m reviewing YOU, and you, my readers and customers, most DEFINITELY get a 5 star rating!
You are amazing, and I deeply appreciate you.
Norwex has made the news, yet again!
Norwex Scientific Review
Fisher designed a scientific test in which several dozen sterile petri dishes were contaminated with e-coli bacteria.
Several dishes were treated with a paper towel sprayed with a leading all-purpose cleaner. Others petri dishes were cleaned with a generic microfiber towel soaked… Continue reading
When Deja sent me some Norwex samples to review, I was most excited to try the Makeup Removal cloths. She claimed that these cloths would remove makeup with just water, which might have been the most ridiculous thing I’d ever heard. As someone who has spent a small fortune trying to find a face wash that removes dirt and makeup without a bunch of harsh chemicals that dry out my skin or leave an oil slick,… Continue reading
Laundry might be my least favorite chore. With four kids, you can probably understand why. I’ve also never been a huge fan of the smell of laundry detergent, and I’m mildly worried about the wear-and-tear it caused on my clothes and how the ingredients affected my skin. I know detergents like Tide Ultra Powder Detergent and other brands are supposed to help prolong the life of your clothes, but when the Environmental Working Group rates Tide with a big fat… Continue reading
Norwex has a whole line of bath & body microfiber, and the most popular (and my personal favorites) would have to be the Norwex face cloths – the Body Pack Cloths & the Makeup Removal Cloths. You can read my reviews of them here, and here, but in a nutshell, these cloths completely clean & exfoliate your skin with JUST WATER – no soaps or cleansers needed.
I often get emails from customers asking, “So, what’s… Continue reading
Today’s post in our “Use This, Not That” series is going skin deep. That’s right, we’re talking about face wash – particularly the ever-so-popular Clearasil Ultra Daily Face Wash – rated HIGH on the Environmental Working Group’s health concern list – and how to keep your skin fresh and clean without coating it in chemicals.
This post kicks off a new series here on the Healthy Home Cleaning blog – “Use This Not That!” I’m going to be tackling a list of some of the most dangerous household cleaners (found here) and giving a rundown on everything you need to know about the harsh chemicals in them, along with information on which Norwex product will do the same job safely and efficiently. How’s that sound? Good? Good!