Did you know… Exposure to high levels of acetone can cause very serious harm!? Including unconsciousness, seizures, and respiratory distress. It can damage your kidneys and the skin in your mouth. <– Yikes!


But it’s not just air fresheners! Take another look at what’s in your home.


• Nail polish and nail polish removers
• Hair dye
• Hair tonics and conditioners
• Lotion
• Baby wipes
• Pre-moistened towels
• Finger paint
• Paints and paint thinners
• Leather shoes
• Shoe polishes and creamers
• Pet flea and tick products
• Pet collars
• Household surface cleaners
• Furniture polish
• Wooden furniture
• Car polish and cleaners
• Lubricating oils
• Insecticides and pesticides


Breathing moderate-to-high levels of acetone for short periods of time can cause nose, throat, lung, and eye irritation. It can also cause intoxication, headaches, fatigue, stupor, light-headedness, dizziness, confusion, increased pulse rate, nausea, vomiting, and shortening of the menstrual cycle in women.


If you’re using anything from the list above you’re exposing yourself to acetone, which I can easily help you find a safe swap for to begin reducing your body’s burden!