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DIY toxin-free household and beauty products

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SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — When you get ready in the morning do you read the label on your shampoo, makeup or your toothpaste?

If you did, you may be surprised to see toxic ingredients listed.

Wellness educator, Megan Carter and owner of Love Shack, Shauna Aguirre visited Morning Extra to share how to make your own toxin-free personal hygiene products.

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