Approved Products on iHerb Website

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iHerb is a retailer of supplements, personal care, skincare, and makeup products.  It is present in 186 countries so you can the products I vetted for safety in Canada, Europe, Australia, etc.

With my iHerb links below, you can get $10 off on the first purchase, and on repeat orders, you can get 10% off.

I compiled 3 iHerb lists of products that I researched.  I frequently update the lists so check back often.

Irina’s Approved Products

Irina’s Fav Foods

Supplements

Just like medicine, supplements can have side effects.  Keep in mind that since I am not your medical provider, I cannot recommend any supplements to you.  Generally speaking supplements can have contaminants such as heavy metals so they should be taken only when absolutely necessary.

Irina’s Better List: these products have some low concerns

A few words on some popular brands…

Acure

Acure makes lots of different shampoos and conditioners.  And some of them are rated well in my Shampoo and Conditioner Rating List e-books.  They also carry a variety of skincare products with skin-loving ingredients as well as NSF-certified deodorants.  And I like that the shampoos and conditioners are scented with essential oils only and the safest preservatives, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, are used.  This Acure Radically Rejuvenating skincare line on the iHerb website looks especially good for anybody who wants to improve their skincare condition.  The downside is that plant extracts and oils are not organic.

Dr. Brite

Dr. Brite started as a brand of toothpastes and mouthwashes.  Now they make cleaning products and body care products.  I do not approve of their body washes and body lotions because they contain phenoxyethanol, polysorbate 60, and natural fragrance.  However, I do not see them sold on the iHerb website.  The best products sold on iHerb by Dr. Brite that I approve of are toothpastes, mouthwashes, and hand washes.  When I used Dr. Brite toothpastes and mouthwashes, I liked them a lot.  Above all, I like the fact that they use hydroxyapatite which has excellent remineralization benefits.

Dr. Bronner’s

Dr. Bronner’s is a producer mainly of liquid and bar soaps and lip balms.  They are made with organic plant oils.  Most of them are scented with essential oils and plant extracts, except for almond and rose formulations.  The almond and rose soaps are scented with natural fragrance.  To be on the safe side, I recommend avoiding those.  The best products sold on the iHerb website by Dr. Bronner’s are unscented Dr. Bronner’s soap and all their lip balms.  Not only do they contain no flavors as mixtures of undisclosed ingredients, but also they are certified organic. 

Mad Hippie

Mad Hippie makes a variety of skincare products that are not only safe but also contain anti-aging ingredients such as vitamin C, Vitamin A, ferulic acid, and peptides.  Speaking of peptides, you might have seen that Crunchi launched a multi-peptide serum, which is great!  Yet, you might not be able to buy it because Crunchi doesn’t ship to your country.  If so, consider getting Mad Hippie face cream on iHerb then.  It has peptides and other skin-nourishing ingredients.  The downside is that their plant extracts and oils are not organic.  Keep in mind that I did not try their products.

Attitude

To be on the safe side, I do not approve of scented Attitude products especially when it comes to baby products as there is a small risk of allergic reaction.  To Attitude’s credit, they seem to use some of the safest fragrance ingredients.  In addition, I do not approve of their products that do not have any preservatives.  Many of their products have sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate for preservatives, which is great. But then there are some products such as dishwashing liquids that do not any preservatives.  When I contact them, they did not have a convincing answer for me.

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