Please check out the image below which appears to be doTerra’s response to my findings of Lead in their diffuser. I do believe that this response was posted when I initially shared these results on Facebook in February of 2018. Below that is my response to their response. [For good measure a picture of the diffuser in question is also posted below.] Here also is a link to my original post about the doTerra diffuser.
My response to the above (from Facebook):
It’s really funny how many of the sales people for these companies are insistent on blindly believing the word of the company over scientific testing. #Sigh.
There are VERY few companies who own their shit and make proactive changes to improve their products based on my testing:
Companies overtly DENYING the truth of scientific testing, calling out lawyers against me and arguing with science: Corningware, doTerra, VitaClay, Ceramcor / Xtrema / Dr. Mercola, PuraKiki, MadeSafe, Green Sprouts, Marble King, Corkcicle & others.
But there are about ten GREAT examples of companies who have done this and we are collectively so proud of those companies:
Good companies who took note and took ACTION to make sure their products are safe (or at least properly labeled) as a result of my testing (or additional testing they did): Ikea, Hydroflask, Emile Henry, Hevea, Roshambo, Instant Pot and many others!
Look up any of these companies on my site for more info: http://www.LeadSafeMama.com
doTerra, time to grow up and take responsibility instead of denying the truth of science based testing. The product in question was not sold on Amazon. The product in question was positive for Lead at a level far above what one might conjecture to be a low level trace contaminant.
Lead Safe Mama
Mother of Lead Poisoned Children
Trained and Certified in using an XRF instrument.
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