Lifewit's Newest Blog: BPA Pollution and How to Alleviate It

Lifewit, an online homeware brand, recently posted a blog discussing the harm caused by BPA to the environment. The company also lists some tips for reducing exposure to BPA and introduces their newly launched BPA-free plastic storage sets.

Dover, DE, April 07, 2022 --( A series of studies have proven that BPA in the environment can be harmful to wildlife, especially to aquatic organisms, both freshwater and marine. A 2015 paper states that BPA can interfere with the function of the endocrine system, affecting puberty, ovulation, and may even lead to infertility. In the body of an organism, BPA can mimic estrogen and androgen, threatening the reproductive potential of female and male.

Considering the potential hazards of BPA, it would be wise to restrict the use of BPA as much as possible. A feasible way to do this is to actively purchase products that do not contain such harmful chemicals.

In the blog, Lifewit recommended two of its plastic products, the 8pcs Fridge Organizer and the 25 PCS Drawer Organizer Set. Both of them are recently released and made of high quality polystyrene plastic that is BPA free. With the crystal-like plastic material, these organizers are waterproof, sturdy, and completely transparent allowing users to find what they want more quickly. Besides, what the company utilizes to manufacture their refrigerator storage bins is PET, a plastic approved by the Food and Drug Administration for food contact. Therefore, people can use these products with no worries.

One customer described their experience of the product by saying, ”Excellent value, excellent product. Durable & work very well in all drawers. These make organizing easy. Highly recommended & definitely would buy again."

Lifewit thrives to change the perspective of lifestyle by offering more options to keep things organized and adjusted with customer’s way of living. Visit Lifewit’s official website and product line up on Amazon to explore more.

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