Seventh Generation ~ Natural Dish Liquid ~ Prize Pack ~ Le Creuset! ~ #rafflecopter GIVEAWAY!!! ~ Ends 11/4

The power of scent is remarkable. It can have positive effects on your mood, reduce stress, and even help you sleep better. But not all scents are created equal. The fruit, floral and herbal ingredients used to create the scents in Seventh Generation’s new natural dish liquid come from fields, not factories.

  • Seventh Generation dish liquid contains only essential oils and botanical extracts, and delivers real cleaning power. Your tableware will be left fresh and ready to serve your next home cooked meal.

  • With authentic ingredients like lavender from the fields of Drome in the foothills of the Alps, clementines from sunny Calabria and lemons from the soils of Sicily, Seventh Generation natural dish liquid is free of unnecessary synthetic colors or chemically engineered scents.

  • Enter the “Nature Makes Perfect Scents” sweepstakes at and you can have the chance to take a trip for two to visit one of the sourcing sites of Seventh Generation natural dish liquid fragrance ingredients. Visit to learn more about each scent’s origin.
If you're going to be doing something as dreadful as dishes, why not make the most of it. The nature of the beast is to have your hands soaking and the warmth of the water insures even more that you're absorbing what's in your water through your skin.

By now you know that Seventh Generation cares about what you absorb into your skin and what goes down your drain. You're good when it comes to soaking your hands in their dish water.

But did you know that what you smell while using their dish soap is more than just a pretty fragrance? The natural scents were chosen for their properties as well as their aroma.


With scents like Fresh Citrus and Ginger, Lavender Floral and Mint, Lemongrass and Clementine Zest, you can view the dreadful dishes as an opportunity for a little aromatherapy :)

LEMONS: Immune system booster: a good source of Vitamin C, B Vitamins and also contains minerals Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium. Digestive system support: great for the stomach, liver and overall digestion, also acts as a cleansing agent for detox. Winter warrior: the natural antiseptic properties of lemons help to fight throat infections. Just add freshly squeezed juice to water and gargle. Clear skin promoter: lemon juice added to sugar can be a great skin cleanser and exfoliant, but also drinking daily lemon in water helps to promote clear skin from the inside, eliminating toxins that come out through the pores. AROMATHERAPY: Stimulates liver and lymph activity, it is highly detoxifying and energizing. Purifying for the skin and respiratory tract.

LAVENDER: Nervous System: excellent tonic for the nerves therefore, it helps in treating migraines, headaches, anxiety, depression, nervous tension and emotional stress. Blood Circulation: good for improving blood circulation in the body and hypertension. Digestion: Lavender oil is useful for digestion as it increases the mobility of the intestine. The oil also stimulates the production of gastric juices and bile and thus aids in treating indigestion, stomach pain, colic, flatulence, vomiting and diarrheaImmunity: Regular use of lavender essential oil provides resistance to diseases.Skin Care: The health benefits of lavender oil for the skin can be attributed to its antiseptic and antifungal properties. AROMATHERAPY: soothes skin eases breathing and relaxes the nervous system.

GINGER: Colon Cancer Prevention:A study at the University of Minnesota found that ginger may slow the growth of colorectal cancer cells. Morning Sickness:several studies has concluded that ginger is just as effective as vitamin B6 in the treatment of morning sickness.Motion Sickness: effective remedy for the nausea associated with motion sickness. Reduces Pain and Inflammation:ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and is a powerful natural painkiller. Heartburn Relief:Ginger has long been used as a natural heartburn remedy. It is most often taken in the form of tea for this purpose.Cold and Flu Prevention and Treatment:helpful in the case of stomach flus or food poisoning, which is not surprising given the positive effects ginger has upon the digestive tract. AROMATHERAPY:stimulating and grounding. It aids memory and is an aphrodisiac. Helps with pain relief and detoxification. 

I make no claims here, but thought it would be fun to share some of the traditional health benefits and aromatherapy properties of some of the ingredients found in these dish liquids. If we're going to use products, we might as well use things that have health benefits :) 

Seventh Generation ~ Natural Dish Liquid performs great too. I have used SG dish liquid in my home many times and will continue to use it. It's a feel good product.

Together with my friends at MyBlogSpark and Seventh Gerneration I'm giving away a fabulous prize pack which includes  4 bottles of Seventh Generation Natural Dish Liquid in varieties Free & Clear, Lavender Floral & Mint, Fresh Citrus & Ginger, and Lemongrass & Clementine Zest scents, Premium 3 Qt. 12” x 9” Baking Dish from Le Creuset,(2) Twist loofah sponges and (2) Twist© scour pads made from 100% post-recycled materials, Set of 3 organic cotton dish towels. 

Giveaway will end on November 4th at 11 :59 am EST. Winner will be selected using Random .org. I will email the winner & you will have 48 hours to reply back before I draw a new winner . Please remember to leave me your email address if it is not visible on your profile so that I can contact you if you win. Good luck to everyone :)

"Disclosure: Product review, information, and giveaway have been provided by Seventh Generation, Le Creuset, &Twist through MyBlogSpark  .”


barbara.montyj said...

I goofed on my first entry Google Friend connect.
When leaving my user name, my hand slipped and it's not correct.
It's Barbara Montag
Thank you.

Deals From MS Do said...

I love all of the info that you posted about the natural ingredients and their properties. The educational side of blogs is awesome! Thanks for looking me up on Crowdtap. Glad you've now posted your blog, too. :)

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