PIP Healthy Products Review

After interacting with PIP Healthy Products on Twitter, I decided that I wanted to do a review of their products.  I’ve always wanted to review GMO-free and organic products so when I came across their company, I knew I had to try them out.  One thing that was different about their brand that I’ve never noticed before in any eco-friendly or natural products was the fact that they use probiotics.  I did a bit of research on the benefits of probiotics so that I could understand better why they would want to use them.


In my research, I found that probiotics are organisms such as bacteria or yeast that are said to improve our health.  The argument with many of the commercial brand cleaners are that they are not only toxic but they are not allowing our bodies and environments to keep necessary bacteria that will help maintain a healthy immune system.  So instead of keeping things clean to prevent us from getting sick, they are removing too much bacteria and in turn weakening our immune systems.  Probiotics are great for helping our intestinal area function better as well.


The three products that I tried are the breathe-free spray, multi-purpose cleaner concentrate and the “swooosh” mouthwash.  Before I discuss my experience in using the products, I just want to say that I was very impressed by the service I received.  Well, they were extremely friendly and warm when I discussed which products could possibly work best for me and then, when they sent my products in the mail, they sent me a personalized letter that explained the best way to use each product so I would be sure to get the most out of using each one.


The breathe-free spray was one of my favorites.  My husband has asked me several times throughout the year whether or not we have Lysol because he likes to spray around the house because of germs, especially when it seems like he is coming down with a cold or just getting over one.  Thankfully, me nor my son have gotten sick since he was born almost 2 years ago.  Lysol works for many, but for me, I just can’t stand the smell.  Even the clean or baby fresh scents have an extremely toxic, stuffy smell.  I’ve always hated it growing up and I detest it even more now that I am expecting.  Ever since we became more health conscious, I have been on the look out for natural neutralizers that would still get the job done.  I’ve finally found something in the breathe-free spray.  When I change my linens, I spray it on the bed and the bed sheets as well, and I spray it in the garbage can before adding in a new trash bag.  I also like using it on the furniture in the living room.  It has a very light smell to it so it that is fresh and nontoxic which is what I’ve been looking for.


The multi-purpose cleaner concentrate is also a winner! The instructions in the letter indicate that it is best used on granite, glass and stainless steel.  I used it on my kitchen and bathroom countertops because they are granite as well as on my bathroom tub.  I was very pleased with the results.  You can use 1 teaspoon added to a 16 oz. glass of water, but that mixture is most effective when used within a week.  I never used a full bottle of multi-purpose cleaner in one week, so I decided to dab a little on my sponge when I wanted to use it.  I enjoy creating a soapiness on my sponge when cleaning, so I liked this very much.  When cleaning the bathroom, I typically like to fill the sink a little with water and have my all purpose bathroom cleaner in there and I clean the stool, counters and tub from that.  This is what I did with the multi-purpose cleaner.  There is a light fresh green smell also that is not over-powering that I loved.


Last but not least was the “swooosh” mouthwash that I was given the opportunity to try.  I waited to post the review to see what my husband would think.  He’s the one in our house that loves to use Listerine.  I was anxious to see his thoughts on an eco-friendly mouthwash like this one.  To get the best results, you can either put a few squirts in your mouth directly after brushing and swoosh it around or you can add it to some water like the multi-purpose cleaner and use it after brushing as well.  My husband tried the water bottle and I do the squirts in my mouth.  Here is what we have noticed:  the mouthwash is very light.  If you are used to the harsh antiseptic feel of Listerine, you will have to get used to not having that.  I believe it is for the best because the chemicals found in other commercial brands are dangerous for our health because of the level of toxicity.  Like some natural products, you may have to use it more than once in the day.  You should brush your teeth at least twice a day and I recommend for maximum results that if you try it, that you use it each time that you brush your teeth.


I intend to at least stick with the majority of the products that were given to me for this review.  If you are making the transition from commercial brands to something that is more natural, this is definitely the way to go.  The price point on these are great and the products are concentrated which is designed to get you the most use and to help them to last longer.


Have you ever tried natural products?


Did you ever use any probiotic cleaners?


What are your thoughts on natural, household products?


I’d love to hear your thoughts!


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  • I've taken probiotics before, the kind you're supposed to eat, but I've never heard of them being used in cleaning products! Hmm, very interesting!
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  • I've never heard of probiotics in cleaning products but it seems to make the most sense! We have a lot of the standard cleaning supplies and I can't stand their smells either! It does seem very toxic. I'm sending this post to my husband!
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    • Brittnei Washington

      Aw! I hope you guys will try some of their stuff. The breathe-free spray is totally taking the place of Lysol for us.

  • I've taken them by mouth before and love them but this is new to me. Quite familiar with the natural products fron Melaluca tho.

    • Brittnei Washington

      Since several people have been saying that they take probiotics as a pill and I know they are in foods too it makes sense now why they were saying you can spray the breath free spray and in hale it to help you with your sinuses and all of that. We didn't do that much but we do spray it on things to disinfect and on the linens and furniture. :)

  • I've never hear of probiotics in cleaning products either, but I do take them as a supplement. I try to use natural cleaners, I use Method Multi-Purpose for my bathroom. I also, use a steam mop to clean my kitchen and bathroom floors. I like to add a little baking soda with my Method cleaner, the baking soda helps to add some cleaning power :)
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    • Brittnei Washington

      Yea this was a nice find. I do make my own cleaning products mostly and I use Castile Soap for just about everything. I haven't found an equivalent to Lysol though so the breathe-free spray was definitely a great find.

  • I do use some all natural products but not enough. You should check out the bamboo charcoal deodorizers I featured today…they are a really cool product, 100% natural and recyclable as well! I am a fan. Thanks for the reminder here though that I need to be more conscious of this.
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  • I try to stick with only using natural products but it can get hard and pricey. I love helping the environment so I try my best! :)
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    • Brittnei Washington

      Yea it is the reason I started making my own cleaners. For some things though I haven't really found anything that I want to make homemade for like spraying for germs and bacteria which is why I will most likely stick with at least the breathe-free spray. :)

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