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Green Kulture

Eco-friendly Cleaning & Daily-use Products

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Green Kulture is a homegrown brand developed and manufactured in Singapore.  Created with the goal to promote a healthier lifestyle through sustainable solutions and a chemical-free environment, we aim to make natural products more affordable and accessible to all. 

Our products are made with natural plant-derived probiolytic solution from fruit and vegetable enzymes that effectively function as cleaning agents while ensuring child safe, non-toxic results.

We hope to increase awareness for people to start eliminating the use of products containing harmful chemicals that leave toxic residue on our body and in our homes.  Through this simple lifestyle change, we can work towards building a healthier environment for ourselves, our loved ones and our Earth.

Why Go Natural?

We are surrounded by all kinds of pollutants and toxins.  It can be in the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and the things we touch or wear.  With increasing concerns on health issues and negative environmental impact, people tend to focus solely on adopting an active lifestyle, changing dietary habits, health supplements and recycling materials.  One thing most commonly neglected is the fact that we expose ourselves to countless amounts of toxic chemical components through everyday products, assuming they are safe to use.

Many popular household cleaning products typically contain up to 20 – 30 toxic chemicals, from phthalates in synthetic fragrances, SLS and parabens to fumes produced in extra strong surface cleaners.  Although many may deem these amounts to be negligible, prolonged routine and cumulative usage may contribute to long term health risks.

Every household uses a combination of cleaners regularly. It can be hand soap, dish washing detergent, laundry liquid, floor cleaners and bathroom cleaners.  We come into contact with them daily either directly or indirectly.  Most people do not pay much attention to the toxicity of these products.

On top of health reasons, protecting our environment is now one of the top priorities for most of the leading nations around the world.  In the pursuit of achieving developmental and economical progress, our planet Earth has suffered more damage in the last 50 years than it did many centuries ago.  Facts collected from many environmental agencies and scientific communities are very alarming.  Waste water discharge contains a long list of toxins that are flushed into our sewage system and toxic fumes from the cleaning chemicals that we use daily.  All these adversely affect our environment and eco-system.  The best protection for us is to find ways to minimize such exposure and reduce the use of pollutants.