For a long time, I assumed that plastic free deodorant involved spritzing your underarms with a bit of lemon juice. As a stress sweater, I never thought I could give up my Dove stick in favor of all natural products. Thankfully, I was wrong!
Ah, laundry. It’s my least favorite chore, and one that leads to a lot of plastic waste. That is, unless you make the switch to zero waste laundry detergent!
At least 1.5 billion toothpaste tubes are discarded globally every year. That’s a lot of landfill space! Making the change from regular toothpaste to a zero waste toothpaste alternative is a great way to reduce both your carbon footprint and your global landfill contribution.
Getting coffee from a local cafe is one of my life’s simple pleasures. The only thing better than sipping fresh, zero waste coffee on my work break is drinking it from an eco friendly travel mug.
Think about how much of your life is spent in the kitchen. Between cooking, eating, and cleaning, there are plenty of opportunities to lower your carbon footprint. And with the help of the best sustainable kitchen products, you’ll be well on your way to creating less waste.
When you picture a leisurely day at the beach, that vision probably includes a plastic bottle of sunblock. I know the concept of zero waste sunscreen never occurred to me until I learned more about sustainable travel. Luckily, the eco friendly sunblock trend is gaining steam. Aside from plastic pollution, most traditional sunscreens are packed …
Eco friendly backpacks are quickly becoming the go-to accessory for travelers, students, and commuters alike. Whether you’re nomading across Europe or hauling your laptop across campus, a sustainable backpack will carry your stuff in sustainable style. I used to think that living sustainably meant a life of bland, minimalistic accessories. But that couldn’t be further …
As a woman with long, thick hair, I absolutely love zero waste shampoo. Banishing single-use plastic bottles from my shower was a game-changer.
When it comes to eco-friendly purchases, the place where you keep your money is probably the last thing on your mind. But switching to sustainable wallets–ones made with cruelty-free, renewable materials–is both stylish and sensible.
Tired of tossing soap bottles in the bin and praying they actually get recycled? Switching to zero waste dish soap is a big step towards banishing single-use plastic from your kitchen. And plastic isn’t the only thing you’ll be rid of–big brand dish soaps contain a number of nasty additives and toxic chemicals. From skin …