GIVEAWAY: Seventh Generation and The Lorax Gift Pack

As I wrote a couple weeks ago, I have been trying out Seventh Generation products for the first time [psst, in the future non-local, excessively mom-bloggy giveaways like this will be housed over at my new site, A Parent in America, but I had committed to host this giveaway here before launch]. I think it took me so long to try Seventh Generation because while I knew the products were eco-friendly and probably very safe for my family, I thought they were very expensive.

I first noticed Seventh Generation produucts at Whole Foods when we first moved to Silver Spring, and ever since becoming a mom I have been too harried when in grocery/home supply stores to research my preconceived notion. But now I have found Seventh Generation laundry, cleaning and diapering supplies at my regular ol’ Giant in my neighborhood.

And I can attest that even when not marked on sale or using a coupon,

  • Seventh Generation laundry detergent costs a great deal less than Tide
  • Seventh Generation diapers cost the same as Pampers
  • Seventh Generation wipes cost a bit more than Huggies’
  • Seventh Generation laundry stain remover spray costs the same as Resolve/Spray N Wash

Wow, I feel so terribly domestic and coupon mom-ish.

But the beauty of Seventh Generation is that it helps us to live more like that little orange, yet green, guy, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. If every U.S. household replaced just one bottle of 100 oz. 2X concentrate petroleum-based laundry liquid with Seventh Generation’s 50 oz. 4X concentrate plant-derived product, we could save enough oil to heat and cool 15,700 U.S. homes for a year.

Also, if you like to shop online, Seventh Generation, is now offering free shipping for any purchase over $50!

How do you live like the Lorax? Tell Seventh Generation in the box directly below (not in the comments this time) and one of you guys will win a Seventh Generation + The Lorax Green Your Home prize pack! The winner will be picked and notified by Blog Frog/Seventh Generation after the campaign has ended on March 31.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Seventh Generation. The opinions and text are all mine. Official Sweepstakes Rules.

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