Plastic Free July is a global movement aimed at reducing single-use plastic and raising awareness of plastic pollution. There are an estimated 326 million people spread across 177 countries taking part in the challenge.
Spring cleaning benefits your home and is great for the mind but it's not always great for the planet. Many cleaning products are crammed with harsh chemicals and toxins that pollute waterways and marine life. Not to mention all that plastic that most conventional cleaning products come in, as well as single use products that are marketed for convenience with no consideration for the environment.
Luckily nature has blessed us with a multitude of ingredients that will leave your home beautifully clean and fresh and there are a wealth of wonderful reusable products out there.
What is the true price of smelling good?In this blog post, we will look at the ingredients that go into most deodorants and why choosing a natural, plastic free deodorant, is better for you and the planet.
This Valentine’s day, show some love to the planet as well as your significant other, by forgoing the glittery cards, plastic wrapped bouquets of cut flowers, balloons and all the other tat that can’t be recycled. Here are some eco-friendly ideas.
My search for a plastic-free shampoo wasn’t only fueled by the desire to go plastic-free. Some time ago, I was suffering from an itchy, flaky scalp and it was getting bad. I checked the ingredients thinking I might be allergic to something, and what I found shocked me. In this post we reveal the shocking ingredients found in most shampoos and why you should switch to a natural, plastic free shampoo today.