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Target Just Launched Everspring, A New Line of Eco-Friendly & Natural Household Essentials

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Watch out Mrs. Meyer’s, Method and Seventh Generation!

Target has just introduced Everspring, a new line of household essential products that caters to those of us looking for natural products that are also eco-friendly.

This new line includes cleaning products, hand soaps, paper products, laundry detergents, and more. The best partthe entire lineup is priced from just $2.79 – $11.99 and is available both online and in select Target stores!

The nose knows…

With scents like Mandarin & Ginger or Lemon & Mint, these household products definitely give us that clean house smell we love, but with none of the chemical junk. All of the products are scented with essential oils and other natural scents. As an added bonus, none of these products are tested on animals.

Everspring is focused on sustainability!

All of the Everspring line is made with biobased or recycled materials and packaged in bottles made with 50 percent or more recycled content. Plus, everything is recyclable or 100% biodegradable.

Not just clean, Target Clean!

Target Clean products are formulated without chemicals like Phthalates, parabens, or formaldehyde. You can now find over 3,000 Target Clean products in stores, with the Everspring line-up being the newest additions! Just look for the Clean banner or Clean icon next to the price tag for each product on the shelf.

Read more about the Target Clean initiative here.

We’d love to hear what you think about this new line from Target!

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  1. KCha

    I’m running low on dish soap, I think I’ll try this out!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh perfect! Hope you love it!

  2. Amanda

    I’m actually really excited about this! My closest Target is being completely re-done right now and I’m hoping this will be added.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How exciting! I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you that you find it in your store soon!

  3. MontanaMom

    Agree – always excited about new natural/environmentally responsible products…especially when competitively priced!

    Anyone know how well this line truly ranks on the eco-friendly scale? (I was totally bummed to find out many Method products did NOT get very good scores from EWG [Environmental Working Group]…I couldn’t find anything about this new Target line on their site, though – must be too new (?)

    • Jeremiah2911

      I’m curious about this as well! Method (and many others) are completely deceiving and I hope that isn’t the case here.

    • Jess

      One of the first ingredients in the dish soap is SLS. It has an asterisk and says it’s “naturally derived” but according to the interwebs, even SLS derived from coconuts is not that clean. I mean, it’s probably better than Palmolive but I was disappointed to see that!

  4. llaura256

    I hope they have some candles lke Meyers but cheaper!

  5. Maggie

    Looking at the Target website, I’m a little disappointed about the pricing. The Ever Spring spray cleaners are 2.99, which is exactly the same as I’ve been paying for Seventh Gen. Unless there’s a great Cartwheel for these, Mrs. Meyer’s concentrate bought on sale will also be less expensive to refill for the spray bottles. The laundry soap is also priced about like Seventh Gen liquid….which was the top-rated eco-detergent according to the last Consumer Reports laundry test. I’m happy to see eco store-brand products…but when they’re priced like the leading eco brands, I’m not sure we’re gaining anything other than more scent choices.

  6. smellyann

    Oh, yay! I’m glad I read this; thank you!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You are SO very welcome!

  7. Sarah L

    I don’t find SLS eco friendly in their laundry detergent.

    • Jess

      Yes! The dish soap too. Boo.

  8. Doug

    Is there post-consumer recycled content in the paper products? I’ve seen products claim “recycled” when it’s actually just product being reused in the paper mill.
    Seventh Generation products list the percentage post-consumer. That means it’s actually made the paper products you and I put in our recycling bins.

  9. Heather

    Any ideas when we will see a refill for these products?? I’ve been trying out the spray cleaners, and they are great! A little bummed when I have to throw out the empty spray bottles, though.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      We’ll be sure to keep an eye out!

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