Summer Popping with The Popcorn Factory Giveaway – MyStyleSpot

Holiday Contest and Sweeps is pleased to work with one of my great sponsors,
The Popcorn Factory. Along with a group of amazing Co-Host we are happy to
bring you the “Summer Popping with The Popcorn Factory Giveaway”.
Three lucky readers whom reside in the Continental United States and are 18+
years of age will win a 6 1/2 Gallon Popcorn Lover Tin of mouth watering
Popcorn from The Popcorn Factory.

Source: Summer Popping with The Popcorn Factory Giveaway – MyStyleSpot

#ad I’m outdoors ready for Summer with ARM & HAMMER Baking Soda! Yeah, #BakingSodaDoesThat.

 

 

What doesn’t baking soda do is more like it. So many uses and such a great price!

ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda is a natural and affordable way to clean and freshen all around your home. Baking Soda is pure, safe, and effective, which makes a great alternative to using harsh chemicals. Families use Baking Soda in hundreds of different ways. It cleans, deodorizers, helps bake perfect cookies, and more! Safe around kids and pets, no other product does more throughout your home…all for about $1.

ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda is gentle yet tough, you can also clean and deodorize your fridge, microwave, lunch boxes, garbage cans, tile floors, drains, shower curtains, closets, pet bedding, stuffed animals, and much more!

The fresh and clean you need for pennies per use! Choose your ARM & HAMMER™ coupons.

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Eyeball Boxing Game Giveaway

Eyeball Boxing Game #Giveaway http://giveaways.quirkyengine.com/giveaways/eyeball-boxing-game-giveaway-2/?lucky=1743 via @

Get a free copy of Eyeball Boxing: A Hotdog-Building, Eyeball-Punching Good Time!Look what the Director of Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho Libre has to say about Eyeball Boxing:”Fast paced, easy to learn, ’Eyeball Boxing’ is as fun as it is absurd.”-Jared Hess, writer/director of Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho LibreEyeball Boxing pits players in the ring as a group of scrappy, eyeball characters. Fists fly in a toe-to-toe punch-out brawl where only one eye can take the prize.The last eye standing or the first to make 3 hotdogs wins in Eyeball Boxing, the hilarious card game from Quirky Engine Entertainment.No purchase is necessary. Just throw your name into the hat for your chance to win a copy of this acclaimed family game from Quirky Engine Entertainment.

Source: Eyeball Boxing Game Giveaway

“Welcome to the Loud House: Season 1, Volume 1” (& Giveaway Ends 7/10) – Mom and More

Running Time: 305 minutes

Meet the Loud family – a family full of love, chaos, and craziness, and with all of that under one roof, one thing is always for sure: there is never a dull moment in the Loud house! The brand new DVD, Welcome to The Loud House: Season 1, Volume 1, introduces Lincoln Loud, an 11-year old boy who is the middle child of 10 sisters. The Loud House follows Lincoln and his sisters for an inside look at what it takes to survive growing up in a huge family. Lincoln remains the man with the plan to stay one step ahead of the chaos, but whether or not it works is where the adventures begin.

Read more at http://momandmore.com/2017/06/welcome-loud-house-season-1.html#mfU35qyJFUVtcuAC.99

 

 

Source: “Welcome to the Loud House: Season 1, Volume 1” (& Giveaway Ends 7/10) – Mom and More

Alien Attack Movie Marathon on COMET TV @WatchComet (& Giveaway Ends 7/7) – Mom and More

 

 

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive an Alien Attack Movie Prize Pack

 

We’ll be airing our Invasion: Alien Attack Movie Marathon beginning at 10am/9C, which includes such classics as Strange Invaders and Without Warning.

Source: Alien Attack Movie Marathon on COMET TV @WatchComet (& Giveaway Ends 7/7) – Mom and More

Get Outdoors ready for Summer!Let ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda help #BakingSodaDoesThat #ad #free

Get Outdoors ready for Summer!Let ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda help #BakingSodaDoesThat #ad #free

 

 

 

Baking Soda Does It All!

ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda is a natural and affordable way to clean and freshen all around your home. Baking Soda is pure, safe, and effective, which makes a great alternative to using harsh chemicals. Families use Baking Soda in hundreds of different ways. It cleans, deodorizers, helps bake perfect cookies, and more! Safe around kids and pets, no other product does more throughout your home…all for about $1.

ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda is gentle yet tough, you can also clean and deodorize your fridge, microwave, lunch boxes, garbage cans, tile floors, drains, shower curtains, closets, pet bedding, stuffed animals, and much more!

The fresh and clean you need for pennies per use! Choose your ARM & HAMMER™ coupons HERE!

You can also check out my video on youtube here: https://youtu.be/NPC5uKPaN8w

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Source: Simple Solutions Community

Driving Momentum in the #ComeClean Fight for Ingredient Disclosure

Q: Why should consumers care what’s in their cleaning products?

A: Exposure to cleaning products may cause or exacerbate certain health conditions. Fumes from some cleaning products can induce asthma in otherwise healthy individuals and exacerbate asthma in people who already have the disease.

  • The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) “has found that nearly 10% of all work-related asthma cases are caused by exposure to cleaning products.”[i] CDPH is concerned that the use of some cleaning products in schools may contribute to asthma in students and workers.[ii]
  • About 8 percent of adults and children in California have asthma, with almost 200,000 new cases diagnosed each year.[iii] Asthma is much more prevalent in lower income communities.[iv]
  • Children born to women who held cleaning jobs while pregnant have an elevated risk of birth defects, according to a 2010 study by the New York State Department of Health.[vi]

Q: Who is at most risk from these adverse effects? The general consumer, kids, or professionals like janitors?

A: Workers, children, and minorities are most at risk. Workers like janitors, maids, and housekeepers are most vulnerable to these products, being exposed for long hours every day.

  • About 6 percent of janitors experience a job-related injury from chemical exposure to cleaning products every year.[vii]
  • About half of the nation’s janitors, maids and housekeepers are Latino or African American.[viii]
  • Children born to women who held cleaning jobs while pregnant have an elevated risk of birth defects, according to a 2010 study by the New York State Department of Health.[ix]
  • The California Department of Public Health “has found that nearly 10% of all work-related asthma cases are caused by exposure to cleaning products.”[x]
  • According to the U.S. EPA, cleaning products contribute to concentrations of many common pollutants that are 2 to 5 times higher inside homes than outside.[xi]

Q: Why should consumers care about fragrance?

A: The generic term “fragrance” when listed on a product label can refer to a mixture that may be composed of any of over 3,000 chemicals. According to the Califormia Department of PH, fragrances in cleaning products are actually a combination of many chemicals, some of which contain ingredients that have been associated with dizziness, cancer, endocrine disruption, and asthma.

The manufacturers of cleaning, and personal care products for that matter, are not required to list their fragrance ingredients on product labels. Without this information consumers do not know what ingredients, including potential allergens, are in their products.

Further, “unscented” does not necessarily mean a product is made without fragrance chemicals. This term can be misleading to consumers, particularly to those with an allergy related to fragrance. Natural fragrances can also cause sensitivities.  The term “fragrance free” on the other hand denotes products that do not contain any fragrances at all.

Q: Why put ingredient information on a label? Will consumers really know what to do with it?

A: Consumers at the store can’t make informed purchasing decisions without accurate ingredient information on labels. A 2015 survey of 1,000 U.S. moms found that 73% of those surveyed, “often do research to understand the safety of ingredients to which their family is exposed.” Kids and workers with acute skin rashes and allergic reactions, or pregnant women counseled to avoid certain chemicals by their doctors, will be able to avoid cleaning products with ingredients they have reactions to. Union negotiations rely on ingredient information in order to negotiate for safer cleaning products in the workplace.

It comes down to consumer education and awareness. Think of food labels. While it was once a foreign concept to look at the ingredient labels of your food, it’s now commonplace and consumers are knowledgeable about certain ingredients they may choose to avoid.

 

#generationgood #comeclean

Source: Driving Momentum in the #ComeClean Fight for Ingredient Disclosure | Seventh Generation