ATTITUDE is a Canadian company built on innovation and imagination: All-natural personal care and household products of the highest quality, with the lowest impact on our families and the planet.
Available in over 44 countries, ATTITUDE has developed a range of products to meet every family’s needs including Bath & Body, Baby & Kids, Household and Pet Care — all free of ingredients of concern* and full of natural wonder.
Together, let’s live consciously.
*Source : EWG
ATTITUDE is on a mission to reduce ingredients of concern* in homes by giving families the tools to enjoy healthier lives.
To live consciously
What you put on your skin gets into your body.
We all use countless products every day cleaning and caring for our families. Recent studies* tell us many household and personal care products contain legally tolerated amounts of cancer-causing chemicals, mutagens and endocrine disruptors. Not ours.
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Our vision is inspired by our real lives.
When we brought little people into this world, we asked ourselves big questions. Does cleaning our homes pollute our bodies and planet? More importantly, can we do something about it?
We haven’t stopped asking questions since, but now our perspective has purpose: To protect our families’ health today, minimize our impact on the planet for tomorrow and support the causes that matter to us always.
Inspired by the Inukshuk.
The Inukshuk guides our journey and reassures us that we're on the right path. It was used as a marker of safety and survival as travellers explored uncertain terrain, showing them the way. Its human-like form, constructed of rocks balanced one on top of the other, reminds us of the principles of community, trust and friendship.
It encourages us to see beyond ourselves and to look at the world through the curious eyes of an explorer. As we venture towards a better tomorrow, the Inukshuk keeps ATTITUDE moving in the direction of our goals, both inside and outside our homes: Compassion and care, health and wellbeing, and living consciously — always.
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What is home? Is it four walls and a roof? The people we live with? The bodies we live in? The planet we live on?