Have you ever gone shopping and seen a reusable water bottle or food container labeled as “food safe plastic”? Since the mass production of plastic in the early 1900s, plastic food packaging, containers, utensils, and bottles have become commonplace. However, recent studies suggest that plastic can
It's time to put a plastic free spring into your step with plastic free shoes! We're constantly looking for new ways to reduce our plastic use. Recent years have highlighted how damaging plastic pollution is to our planet. If we want to save our planet, protect
If you’ve ever worn synthetic clothing or cleaned with a textured detail rag, you’ve come into contact with microfibers. But what is microfiber made of and why does it matter? What is microfiber made out of? Microfiber refers to a couple of different things: first, microfiber material,
Greetings plastic free darlings! This is my first time here, so I’d like to introduce myself, I’m Mia’s friend Mel (as seen in the blog post 'Secondhand Shopping in Berlin'). A bit about me- I live in Berlin, I’m an Aim Plastic Free enthusiast, and
Glitter usually accompanies holidays, celebrations, and parties with its vibrant, reflective appearance. Hidden beneath its deceptively cheery appearance is the truth: glitter is actually just microplastic. If you still love glitter, consider switching to a plastic free glitter alternative instead! Why you should switch to plastic
Are you in the mood to relax or simply want your house to smell and look fabulous? Here are the top plastic free candles from Etsy that are handmade by artisan producers in the United Kingdom. These make the perfect gift to you or your
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
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