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Date Established 09/1995
Founder Christine Dimmick
Headquarters NYC
Industries
Home, Beauty
Website https://www.goodhomestore.com
Press Contact Christine Dimmick
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Products

Laundry Fragrance
Laundry Fragrance $30.00
Lavender Dryer Sachets
Lavender Dryer Sachets $15.00
Home Therapeutics Essential Oils
Home Therapeutics Essential Oils $25.00
Vacuum Beads
Vacuum Beads $19.98

About

The Good Home Company has been providing natural, plant based solutions to home care since our inception in 1995. They are vegan, sulfate free, phthalate-free and paraben free. They believe in the power of scent to induce positive experiences and memories and are known for our award winning fragrances - such as Beach Days. They have always manufactured in the USA and do not test on animals.

Founding Story

In 1995 their CEO and Founder Christine Dimmick began cooking up recipes in her NYC kitchen. She envisioned home care products that were as natural as the apple pie her Grandmother baked at their Farmhouse in Ohio. The Good Home Company was born and founded on the principal that our products should be good for you and good for your home.

While they have grown since those days in Christine's Chelsea kitchen, they still hold these values - even slowing their growth so they can provide our customers with the quality and goodness they have come to expect from Good Home.

Bios

Christine Dimmick

CEO + Founder

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Christine Dimmick is the Founder/CEO of The Good Home Company Inc., author of Detox your Home, and host of the podcast Be The Change

Christine pioneered the movement to combine natural ingredients and true-to-life scents in cleaning products over 20 years ago in her NYC kitchen. She is a highly regarded speaker, sharing her mission to bring health and wellness to all. She and Good Home products have been featured in Real Simple, O Magazine, InStyle, Dr. Oz, House Beautiful. She has lectured at notable places such as the United Nations in New York City and Geneva, The Assemblage, Canyon Ranch and A+E Networks.

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