I am a compensated member of the Tom’s of Maine Goodness Circle.
For years I have been using Tom’s of Maine products in our home because it’s easy to support a brand with the same family values that we hold. Values like sustainability and health push responsible business practices and it’s easy to see why we stand by Tom’s of Maine. Tom’s of Maine is unique because they not only use nothing artificial but they also go on to list full ingredients and even where they are sourced right on their website.
Tom’s of Maine has products for the whole family for every day. My kiddos are partial to the Wicked Fresh toothpaste and I’ll admit Simply White Toothpaste is mine. You can easily find their products right inside stores you are already shopping which means healthy is convenient too!
I started my journey to better health and in turn happiness six years ago. It was easy to find sustainably responsible products like Tom’s of Maine living in Oregon. I quickly fell in love with the flavors and textures of organic fruits and veggies easily found in the many farmers markets around town. I found myself wanting the best for my family and turning to products that not only work but that are also safe and healthy for them. As a mother it became more important that products they were using were safe!
We moved to California at the end of last year and you will still find our family parading around the farmers market. The hope I have for my children is that they live a healthy and full life and that they care about what goes into and on their bodies. I hope that my daughters will not only strive for their dreams and move mountains to realize them but also a deep respect for the world around them. My hope is that my children leave the world a better place and that they respect our planet and all it’s beauty.
Tom’s of Maine easily fits into our lifestyle and I am excited to tell you all that over the next few months I will be partnering with them. I hope you will also join us for a fun Twitter party next month! You can find out more at TomsofMaine.com.