Review/Giveaway: iGOZEN Fruit and Vegetable Wash

Who here likes to live a healthy lifestyle?
I know I do… Well for the most part, I sure do love my wing zings and cheese steaks =P
Anyways…. Back to healthy lifestyle!!

Living a healthy lifestyle is important. We are told to eat more fruit and vegetables and we as parents make sure our children do the same. But does it come at a cost?

Lots of fruits and veggies are covered in harsh chemicals and pesticides. Is running them under water enough? Probably not.

This is where iGOZEN comes in.
iGOZEN is a patented organic food wash powder made from seashells. We sell powder with empty bottle. Consumers add water at home to make the cleaning solution. Saving on transporting is good for the environment. Due to its micro- fine size particles, it can penetrate deep underneath food surfaces to remove waste, toxins, pesticides, and bacteria that no other cleaner can. It is completely chemical free, odorless, and leaves no after taste.

iGOZEN is an organic fruit and vegetable wash.  It has proven to remove up to 99.9% of chemicals and pesticides. iGOZEN has no harmful ingredients and is totally safe to use. It also has no taste. So no worries about that either! =)  iGOZEN comes with a spray bottle so you don’t have to worry about looking for one or buying one. You can purchase the bottle and the powder in a kit offered by iGOZEN. The bottle is 16oz which is a nice size.

In the kit you receive a box which contains the little packets of powder. Depending on which kit you get you will receive a different amount of packets.

Start off by filling the bottle up with water. Pretty simple right?

Once your bottle is filled with the correct amount of water you add the powder into the bottle.

Once you have added the powder to your water it will sit on top. Put the top on and be sure to shake it up a bit. This is pretty easy to put together. There are no special instructions. Very simple… I like simple!!! ahaha

So we choose to test the iGOZEN fruit and vegetable wash out. Now don’t quote but I THINK these are lemon cucumbers. I could be totally wrong but that is what I am thinking. We had gone to a farmers market and we wanted to try a few new things and this was one that we picked up. =) hehe

We also tried the iGOZEN fruit and vegetable wash out on some grapes.

So after washing these bad boys with the iGOZEN friut and vegetable wash I realized I did this in an orange bowl. So i transferred the water into a white bowl. It may be hard to see but you may be able to tell the water it actually tinted. It’s not as clear as water should be.

We had already washed our fruits and vegetables before using the iGOZEN wash. This just shows you that they were not as clean as they could be.  That doesn’t make me very happy. We now are using the iGOZEN wash all the time. Who wan’ts to eat dirty fruits and vegetables? I know I don’t!!!

Be sure to check iGOZEN out. They really do have an amazing product and I am happy that I was able this product out.

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Starts — 08.26.14 Ends — 09.13.14 — US  — iGozen Fruit and Vegetable Wash

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Amanda Kee


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    August 27, 2014

    I always wash my produce so this would be great to try

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    Annie Mai

    August 28, 2014

    Vinh is always eating fruits so this would be great in having cleaner fruit for him :P

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    Amanda @ Growing Up Madison

    August 29, 2014

    I always wash my produce and fruits before eating even the organic ones and I buy a lot of my fruits and veggies at Whole Foods. I’m liking that this doesn’t leave an after taste but I generally think that water does the best wash. Will be willing to give it a try though.

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    September 9, 2014

    I’d definitely give this a try! I’m totally guilty of just grabbing grapes out of the bag and eating them without watching. Don’t tell anyone.