Please read what we’re about and how we do what we do. If you agree, sign below in solidarity for a safe, sustainable and healthy future.

We are America’s first human-health focused certification program which crosses store aisles, from baby to personal care to household and beyond. We certify products against a comprehensive list of known toxicants to ensure that they do not contain known harmful chemicals. We take a look at how items are made, where they are sourced, and scour the manufacturing process for possible contamination points in order to determine if the ingredients or materials in a product are safe. We call these products MADE SAFE®, as in Made With Safe Ingredients.

We make it easy for consumers to know if products contain ingredients that are safe for use on their babies, bodies, and in their homes. Shopping our seal is think-proof. It’s also the first time the American public has been given the ability to know what products are safe to use at the point of purchase. Some say this idea is revolutionary. Others say it’s too hard. We say the idea is simple: Products should do no harm. We say the time has come.

We say We can all be the change. It’s time to buy better. Our goal is to create a product revolution.

We envision a world where every product sold is harmless to people and the environment.

By shopping our seals, we can harness our collective purchasing power to support better products and move the market toward safer, healthier, and more sustainable products. We will reward companies making purer products and ultimately, we will eliminate toxic chemicals from consumer goods altogether.

Our Toxicant Database is based on existing science and contains thousands of ingredients, including the worst known toxic offenders. In addition to the Toxicant Database, we screen ingredients using a green chemistry approach along with modeling to determine if they bioaccumulate, persist in the environment or are considered toxic. Guidelines are developed in conjunction with chemists, doctors, researchers and subject matter experts.

Our certified products are screened for known:

Carcinogens Endocrine Disruptors Fire Retardants
Developmental, Reproductive and Neurotoxins Heavy Metals GMOs
High Risk Pesticides Toxic Solvents Harmful VOCs

We want to see change today for a healthier tomorrow. We are doing the groundwork so you don’t have to.

We give safe products a verified seal of approval. We give the masses knowledge to make safe purchasing decisions. We empower every single purchaser.

If you agree that we all have a right to know that our products have been screened for ingredient safety and purity, and that the best practices according to existing science should be applied to products we use in our homes and on our bodies, then take a stand with us!

Please sign below to endorse our Manifesto for Safe Products.

By signing here you understand and hereby grant us permission to use your name, organization and quote (if you write one) as a testimonial on our website and/or in our marketing materials.

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Together we can change the world for the healthier.
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Manifesto Signers


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Bloggers | Individuals | Organizations


Bloggers | Businesses | Organizations

  • Alice Rice
  • Alison Schroeder
  • Amanda Penta
  • Amber Cheras
  • Amber Richardson
  • Amy Evans
  • Amy Locastro
  • Ana Eccles
  • Analu Montoya
  • Ann Botsis
  • Anne Joosten
  • Anne Smith
  • Anne Ziff
  • Annie Willow
  • Arely Posz
  • Beatrice Small
  • Betty Jo Walker
  • Brenda Malone
  • Brianna Randall
  • Caroline Todasco
  • Catherine Emes
  • Cathy Evans
  • Cathy L. Carmack
  • Cecilia Hanrahan
  • Cecilia Truesdale
  • Christine Coenen
  • Christine Knapp
  • Christopher Gavigan
  • Claudia Gonzalez
  • Colleen Marie
  • Corrinne Briggs
  • Damon Cory-Watson
  • Darlene Lovell
  • Davena Gentry
  • Deb Oleynik, ND
  • Debbie Bowman
  • Debra Hillard
  • Diana Pommier
  • Donna Brooks
  • Dorie Nilles
  • Ed Brown
  • Elka Love
  • Emilio Jays
  • Emily Tucker
  • Eneshal Miller
  • Erin Breve
  • Erin Ely
  • Fabia Anderez
  • Fawn Boyd
  • Gabriella Moran
  • Gaye Abbott
  • Gilana Cohn
  • Grace Marshall
  • Graciele Piantino
  • Heather Hamilton
  • Heather Sundly
  • Illana Stern
  • James Sherburn
  • Janice Solitro
  • Jeanne Cahala
  • Jeffrey Glueck, CEO, Foursquare
  • Jenice Johnson
  • Jennifer Rondello
  • Jennifer Steinberg
  • Jenny Bradford
  • Jill Gliha
  • Jill Wriston
  • JP Sarr
  • Juan Pinto
  • Judy Goldman
  • Juliette Zweig
  • Kathy Mertens
  • Katie DeSantis
  • Kelley Bear
  • Kendra Watson
  • Kim Hays
  • Kim McKeown
  • Kristie Flores
  • Lauren Breiding
  • Lauren O’Neill
  • Leonie Rubie
  • Lila Abello
  • Lindsey Caudill
  • Lisa Diel
  • Lisa Losch
  • Lisa Prose
  • Lollie Christner
  • Lorri J. Weisen
  • Maria Tabone
  • Marie Patrick
  • Marilyn Markowitz
  • Martha Garland
  • Mary Craven
  • Mary Fraser
  • Maryam Khezrzadeh
  • Masayuki Kojima
  • Maureen Brandon
  • Melissa Rasley
  • Melissa Zimmerman
  • Melody Jones
  • Meredith Whitney Dozier
  • Michael J. Pierce MD LLC
  • Michael Seng
  • Missy Lilly
  • Misty James
  • Monica Unseld, PhD
  • Nancy Waller
  • Natasha Sapershteyn
  • Olivia Romine
  • Parul Tandon
  • Peggy Berry
  • Penni Collins
  • Pauline Bosco
  • Ramona Gonzales
  • Rebecca Kendrick
  • Renan Kennedy
  • Richard Allen
  • Robin Foster
  • Roceta Jo Santos Gonzales
  • Rosanna Poulimenakos
  • Ruth Kroepke
  • Samantha Kaplan
  • Samantha Radcliffe
  • Samantha Speck
  • Sara Poster
  • Sarah Elbeck
  • Sarah M Tisher
  • Sarah Santos
  • Saundra Sutton
  • Shanda Parsons
  • Susan Inglis
  • Suzanne Neilson
  • Tabitha Dangora Do Prados
  • Teri Burdin
  • Teri Clanton
  • Tim Blair
  • Veronica Vasquez
  • Wendy Pagaudan
  • Yvonne Novak

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