Gifts for the Chemically Sensitive
Our Christmas magazine is out now with articles on sauna use and MCS, shielding for electrosensitivity, going to the YHA and much more.
The office will be closed from 19th December until Tuesday 14th January (from 7th January we will be catching up on admin in the office so will not be responding to e-mails or post until the 14th Jan). We wish you all a peaceful and restful Christmas break and will be back in touch in the New Year.
General tips for presents - anything made of ceramic, glass, stone or wood (check wood is solid wood that has not been treated or glued together, e.g. hardboard, chipboard or pine, which can be resinous). Metal objects may also be ok. Avoid things from shops that sell fragrances as the scent will be embedded in the product (especially paper or wooden things). This is not such a problem with glazed ceramics and glass. Avoid things that have been recently painted or varnished.Generally older things will have ‘outgassed’ and have lower levels of toxins. Things made of hard plastic are likely to be ok if they are more than one year old. However, avoid anything made of softer, flexible plastic.
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Egg-free chocolate mousse with cherries