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Lafe's Organic Deodorant

  • Largest selection of certified organic deodorants; 12 products greater than 70% certified organic formulations.
  • All products free of parabens, propylene glycol, aluminum chlorhydrate, artificial preservatives and artificial fragrances, mineral oil and petroleum based ingredients.
  • World’s largest manufacturer of certified organic hemp deodorants.
  • Our deodorant products are:
    • Rated most effective, made with natural anti-bacterial agents such as mineral salts and baking soda
    • Not anti-perspirants – and won’t clog pores from breathing
    • Cruelty-free, no animal testing
  • We provide full disclosure labeling. All ingredients are clearly stated on our products, no creative labeling to avoid listing undesirable ingredients or hydrosol issues. No drug panel labeling.

Lafe’s mission is to educate the consumer about healthy alternatives. Our paraben and PG free personal care products simplify the complexities of making healthy choices and empower consumers to choose with confidence.

Lafe's Organic Baby

First ever babycare line USDA NOP certified organic in baby safe plastic, three products with prestigious USDA NOP organic seal.

  • baby-safe product line, packaging certified free of BPA, phthalates and estrogenic activity
  • paraben, PG, DEA and SLS free
  • fragrance-free—safer for infants
  • no artificial preservatives, dyes or colors
  • vegan and cruelty-free
  • equal compliant labeling—meets Canadian government requirement for French/English label
Lafe’s Organic Baby includes:
  • Foaming shampoo/wash
  • Lotion
  • Massage oil
  • Bug repellent
  • Mother-to-be deodorant
with USDA NOP certified organic seal:

…because what goes on your body goes in your body.        

      Bisphenol A is a chemical used in the production of plastics. It is used to provide a lightweight toughness to polycarbonate plastic, resulting in a durable and clear-surfaced product. It is used to make many common products, including baby bottles and plastic water bottles.

  BPA has been used in the production of plastics for more than fifty years. However, researchers noticed that BPA had the tendency to leech from the plastic when heated. Now consider this: baby bottles are heated continuously for sterilization. Often we do not think twice about reusing plastic bottles in the interest of economy and portability. Over the course of our lives, how much BPA may have leeched into us?

The Effects of Bhisphenol A

During the 1930s, evidence began to surface that Bhispenol A has endocrine disrupting properties. The first tests on rats showed that it caused hormonal disorders in rats; the stage for the worst impact appears to be early development years. This selective study from the Environmental Working Group shows:

Dose (µg/kg/day)
Effects on laboratory animals (rats and mice)
Year study was conducted
Changes to breast tissue, and cells become more cancer-prone
2005, Muñoz de Toro
Permanent changes to genital tract
2005, Markey
Increased aggression at 8 weeks of life
2003, Kawai
Lower bodyweight, signs of early puberty, longer estrus
2002, Honma
Prostate cell sensitivity to hormones and cancer
2006, Ho
Decreased maternal behaviours
2002, Palanza
Reversal of normal sex differences in brain structure and behavior
2003, Kubo

Bhispenol A can mimic the body’s own hormones even at low doses. Let us think: low doses can cause issues, and how much Bhispenol A may have contaminated the liquid your baby bottles contain? The US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention explains, “Infants fed formula from polycarbonate bottles can consume up to 13 micrograms of bisphenol A per kg of body weight per day”.

No wonder that in 2008, Canada banned all Bhispenol-A products, and in June 2009 the FDA has issued a statement that it will look into phasing out products containing BPA. 

This is a risk that parents and infants shouldn’t have to take. Choosing plastics free of Bhispenol-A is the first step to ensuring your child’s health is not compromised.

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