Non-toxic living

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it's not."

The Lorax, by Dr. Suess

Green cleaning

Green cleaning

saves money and time

Our laundry and cleaning products are concentrated which means no unnecessary fillers are added, but they cost the same (or less), and they work as well if not better than chemical laden brands.

Glass is best

naturally non-toxic

When it comes to storing food and drinks your number one choice should always be glass containers as the best choice for the safest most non-toxic material.

H20 = Life

hydrate, hydrate, hydrate

The human body is comprised of more than 70% water, staying hydrated with clean healthy water is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. For naturally cool, great tasting, filtered water in your home or work place we recommend you use a ceramic water purifier.

Wooden toys are best

PVC & Phthalates

are the hidden hazard commonly found in children's toys and food containers

To avoid PVC in children's toys choose plastic-free toys when possible, such as wooden toys, and educational toys made of cloth or paper. Biome sells nothing containing PVC.

Check your containers

Ensuring all your reusable containers and water bottles are BPA free is essential to the well-being of you and your family.

Biome has a commitment to not sell any products containing BPA or PVC because of the associated health concerns.

How to clean mould with clove oil

  • First clean the surface with a mixture of 4 litres of hot water, 1 tablespoon bicarb of soda and half a cup of vinegar.
  • Mix a quarter teaspoon of clove oil (no more) per litre of water, put it in a spray bottle, lightly mist on. Leave for 20 minutes and wipe off.  Spray again and leave.  It will take 24-48 hours for the mould spores to dry and drop off.

Eco friendly cleaning products

Come clean

Make your own cleaning sprays!

Harsh chemicals are so pre-millennium with the Come Clean natural cleaning set. Make your own cleaning products in a ready to go spray bottle using simple ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda, lemons, castile soap and essential oils.

» Learn how to make your own cleaning sprays


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