When it comes to washing dishes, most eco friendly tips focus on using less water. But if you want your scrubbing to be even more sustainable, it’s time to start using a zero waste dish sponge.
Eliminating all plastic from your daily self-care routine can be daunting. Fortunately, the waste-free movement kicked off a sustainability revolution in the hair care industry. In fact, there are more zero waste hair brush options on the market than you might think.
Are you a menstrual cup skeptic? I certainly was–until I tried the Saalt cup. If you’ve been on the fence about swapping pads and tampons for a zero waste period routine, I hope my Saalt cup review can convince you to make the switch!
After a year of takeout containers and shrink-wrapped freezer meals, I’m on a mission to create a zero waste kitchen. Daunting? Yes. But surprisingly fun as well.
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.
Since moving to the UK, I’ve developed quite the fondness for a good cup of tea. As a newcomer, I assumed that as long as the packaging was recyclable or biodegradable, every tea was zero waste tea. Boy, was I wrong!
If you think zero waste living is only for people who fit a year’s worth of trash in a mason jar, you’d be forgiven. The media loves to share these incredible feats of sustainability. But in reality, living zero waste is all about small changes that add up to a big impact.