We spend $18 billion each year on deodorant and antiperspirant - imagine if everyone switched to plastic free deodorant! The majority of deodorant on the market today comes in plastic packaging that is made up of many small components. Much of this plastic is hard to recycle and
If you’ve transitioned to using bars, you need to make sure you’re using the best self draining soap dish. Why? Any good self draining soap dish will preserve your bar, making it last much longer and allowing you to avoid a soap scum mess. Whether
Homemade aloe vera products can provide the same moisturising, soothing effects as storebought products, minus all the plastic and added chemicals. Aloe vera offers tons of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytosterols, and polysaccharides. It has vitamins A, C, D, and E, as well as potassium, magnesium,
Did you know you can make plant stick names with a bamboo toothbrush? If you’re someone who loves to garden or is experimenting with regrowing plant scraps, you likely need a way to distinguish one plant from the other. Rather than buying brand new materials
Let’s talk about plastic free toilet paper! I don’t know about you, but I'm fed up with seeing shelve upon shelves of toilet paper covered in plastic packaging. It’s not like it has to remain fresh or will go off! I can only imagine it
Going plastic free extends into every area of your life, even your dental hygiene. Toothpaste tubes aren’t recyclable as they’re made from both plastic and aluminium. With most plastic ending up in our oceans and taking 450 years to break down, it’s so important to switch to plastic free
A small, yet important swap you can make is to start using bamboo swabs instead of plastic swabs. These single use products may seem inconsequential, but their impact adds up. An unimaginable 1.5 million disposable swabs are produced every single day. When you consider all the resources
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