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100+ Eco Friendly Products to live a Plastic Free, Sustainable and Zero Waste Lifestyle.

Are you just starting out on cutting down on plastic in your life or have you been living sustainably for a while?
Even though I have been on a zero waste journey for quite a while, I am always looking for new eco-friendly products that are alternatives to plastic, especially at the beginning of the year when we always do our best to pledge a Veganuary commitment, choosing vegan products, or during Plastic Free July which is a month each year to celebrate and embrace living without plastic.
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But to be honest every day is the perfect day to start a sustainable lifestyle and with low waste, or to add a new change to what we are already doing.
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So I have put together the ultimate list of all the products that can help each and every one of us to ditch single use plastic, embrace organic natural products made in the UK, and ultimately save the planet!
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From natural deodorant to refillable water bottle, from charcoal toothpaste to beeswax wraps, bamboo toothbrush to vegan toiletries, discover the best plastic free and eco-friendly products to bring along your sustainable journey!
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1. Bamboo Toothbrush

Each day, several times a day: billions of us are united daily by the common routine of brushing our teeth. A simple, unassuming ritual that we barely ever think may have any impact outside our homes.Yet it is estimated that in the UK alone, more than 250 million toothbrushes are used every year.

That’s why changing to bamboo toothbrushes can stop all millions of plastic toothbrushes ending in landfills.

Bamboo Toothbrush

 

Check out our range of Bamboo Toothbrushes here.

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2. Cotton Kitchen Sponge

Cotton sponges are the perfect eco-friendly alternative to plastic kitchen sponges, they are made with GOTS certified cotton (organic and grown without the use of pesticides), jute fabric and bamboo filling. 

The organic cotton side, is perfect for more delicate crockery, or to wipe kitchen counters, tables and smooth surfaces while the sturdy jute side is a great substitute for a brillo sponge.

eco friendly washing up sponge

Want to swap to a Kitchen Eco-Sponge? Check them out! 

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3. Reusable Bamboo Coffee Cup 

Do you, like me, tend to make your coffee but then get busy with all sorts of things and end up with a cold cup of coffee (or tea) most of the time? Using an insulated coffee mug is the best solution for this, and it's great for takeaway coffees too to avoid disposable coffee cups.

There are a lot of coffee mugs on the market now all claiming to be sustainable, however some of them are made with materials that re not exactly eco-friendly, so choosing a stainless steel one with bamboo casing is a much better and sustainable option.

eco friendly coffee cups

Check out our sturdy Stainless Steel Coffee Mug with Bamboo Casing here

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4. Cotton Bread Bag

Cotton bags maintain the right bread’s moisture levels: too much moisture loss, through absorption by paper bags for example, or exposure to too much air in a bread tin, causes the bread to dry out.

This is what turns a crispy crust soft.  And these bags can also be used to store fruit and vegetables.

breathable bread bags uk

Check our Vintage Organic Cotton Bread Bags here.

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5. Cellulose Kitchen Sponge

One thing I particularly enjoy is when eco-friendly products are as similar in look and functionality as plastic ones. Just like the yellow, soft sponges I discovered lately, that are made of cellulose. 

Cellulose is an organic compound that makes up the walls of plants. Cellulose fibres are amazing biodegradable materials as they are made with plant based materials – such as cotton and wood pulp among others.  So they can simply breakdown in your compost bin without creating any pollution or waste.

bathroom cleaning sponge

Check out our Cellulose Spongehere

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6. Bamboo Soap Dish

Did you know bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet, and can grow 3 feet in height in just 24 hours if the weather conditions are appropriate? It also releases 30% more oxygen into the atmosphere and absorbs more carbon dioxide than other plants. Because of this, it greatly decreases the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere!

One of our favourite couples in our zero-waste home is solid soap bar kept dry on bamboo soap racks.

Bamboo Soap Dish

Check our Collection of Bamboo Soap Dishes here.

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7. Compostable Cotton Buds

 Why choose single use, plastic ear sticks when we can get them made with compostable materials that won't end up in a landfill?

Biodegradable earbuds made with bamboo and cotton are the way to go, just make sure to add them to your compost or organic waste bin, and not throw them into the general waste.

bamboo cotton buds

Packs of 100 Sustainable Ear Buds are a great way to get started for a plastic free bathroom.

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8. Kitchen Brush with Coconut Round Head

This brush has a head made with coconut fibre (also called coir) that is incredibly tough, but also really gentle on surfaces. This makes it perfect to clean tough food sticking to pans – burnt food anyone or is it just me?

The brush head is slightly curved, and this cleaning brush with long handle combined with its palm-like shape, allows deep cleaning while also reaching every corner of pots and pans. 

cleaning brush with long handle

Check out our Round Coconut Dish Brush here

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9. Wooden Dish Brush

What about non stick pans or ceramic casseroles that need a more delicate brush? My favourite solution is a wooden brush with a replaceable head made with sisal fibres.

The fibres, 100% compostable and biodegradable, are incredibly soft and won’t make any scratch, plus they can be replaced so once the heads are used up, they can simply be replaced with a new head while keeping the handle forever.

Wooden Dish Brush with Removable Head

Check out Wooden Dish Brush with Removable Head here

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10. Bamboo Cutlery Set

As a family on a low-waste path we love using reusables for our family outings, be it cotton beach bags, food wraps for sandwiches or bamboo cutlery.

We used to bring regular cutlery out, but we have swapped to bamboo one as it's much lighter and handy, and can also be brought on planes safely, plus when they come in cotton pouches that keeps them neatly together.

bamboo cutlery set

Check out our Eco-Friendly Bamboo Cutlery sets here

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11. Safety Razor

How do you use a safety razor?  The best thing to do before shaving is to have a hot shower, this will soften your skin, open up your pores helping a much smoother shave, and always use a shaving soap or cream when shaving, it will dramatically reduce the risk of cuts and irritation to the skin.

I have also compiled a pretty exhaustive know-how article with tips and tricks and everything you need to know when using a safety razor, you can find it here.

Safety Razor

And If you are ready to make a switch, check out our Safety Razor here.

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12. Bamboo Toilet Brush

Even our toilets need cleaning, although most of us prefer not to talk about it. If you have ever stepped into any bathroom in pretty much any country in the world, you probably noticed that every single one will have a toilet brush in it.

However, the vast majority of these brushes are made of plastic, and in fact a mixture of plastic materials, so once they are all used up, they can’t really be recycled, so a great solution to a plastic toilet brush is to choose one made with sustainable materials, such as wood or bamboo. 

Wooden Toilet Brush

Check out our Wooden Toilet Brush with Compostable Vegan Bristles here

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13. Bamboo Makeup Remover Pad

If you want to stop using single use makeup pads, choose some made of bamboo fibre and cotton, particularly good for removing mascara and lipsticks, while the other side is a softer velour type of fabric, which makes it particularly soft and ideal for the eye area.

They are also great to be used to soak in green tea and apply on tired eyes at the end of the day! You can check tons of beauty recipes to use with remover makeup pads here

Best Makeup Remover Pads UK

Check out our Bamboo Makeup Remover Pads here

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14. Pot Scrubber

This little pot scrubber is the best compostable alternative to a tough brillo sponge, with its plant-based bristles it can get all the dirt off your pans.

I also use it to scrub my grill and BBQ (as well as dirty spatulas) and we have a spare one to scrape mud off our boots during the winter months. Can’t beat it!

bathroom cleaning brush

Check out our Eco-Friendly Pot Scrubber with plant based bristles here

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15. Wooden Dish Brush

What about non stick pans or ceramic cassaroles that need a more delicate brush? My favourite solution is a wooden brush with a replaceable head made with sisal fibres.

The fibres, 100% compostable and biodegradable, are incredibly soft and won’t make any scratch, plus they can be replaced so once the heads are used up, they can simply be replaced with a new head while keeping the handle forever.

Wooden Dish Brush

Check out Wooden Dish Brush with Removable Head here

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16. Bottle Cleaning Brush 

Some of the toughest things to clean are vases and long thin glasses, as it’s so hard to reach every spot and make sure to give them a good clean. This is bottle brush can reach every bacteria trying to hide at the bottom of your water bottles or coffee mug.

Remember to use a natural dish soap with it to make sure not to send any polluting chemicals down the drains either! Also, for all mums out there, this is a life saver to clean baby bottles!

Compostable Bottle Brush

Check out Compostable Bottle Brush here

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17. Bamboo Straws 

Maybe one of the most emblematic images when it comes to the terrible consequences of plastic pollution is a video by marine biologist Christine Figgener, who in 2015 recorder removing a plastic straw from a sea turtle’s nose.

That video sparked a global outrage and it was the catalyst for petitions all over the world to ban plastic straws and pressure big corporations such as Starbucks and MacDonald among others to stop distributing billions of them.

There are so many eco-friendly ways of still enjoying sipping your favourite drink on the beach: reusable straws are a super easy swap that can actually eliminate this issue entirely by using long lasting materials such as bamboo, metal or glass.

Bamboo Straws

Check out our Reusable Bamboo Straws here

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18. Reusable Bamboo Water Bottle 

Plastic bottles are a serious issue as they are literally everywhere, sold globally to millions of people. Convenience is one of the main issues I think, together with lack of planning, as it’s so easy to simply buy drinks in plastic from any corner shop or supermarket.

However the cost of our convenience is becoming increasingly high: as a rough estimate, plastic bottles require up to 700 years to naturally dissolve. So if you haven’t already switched to reusable bottles, this is the time to grab yours -or gift one to someone you love that needs one.

insulated water bottle

Check out our Bamboo Bottle ones here, that come with a tea leaf and fruit infuser as well so they can also be used for tea and fruity drinks!

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19. Wooden Soap Dish

A wooden soap dish is a great way to keep your soap safe while also using biodegradable and eco-friendly materials that can save the planet, one soap bar at a time.

Wooden Soap Dish

Check out our Wooden Soap Dish here.

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20. Coconut Soap Dish

Similar to wood, coconut is another great eco-friendly material, especially when the coconut shells used are actually discarded ones that would have been gone to waste.

Repurposing materials is a fantastic way to create new sustainable products, and coconut is no exception. 

Coconut Soap Dish

Check out our Coconut Soap Dish Collection here

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21. Oil for Hair Protection

Moisturise and condition our hair is a really important step to keep our locks healthy and nourished.

That’s why after washing my hair I apply a hair serum on my ends to rebalance the natural oils and hydration of my hair.

Oil for Hair Protection

Check out our Bliss Oil here.

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22. Coconut Bowl

Perfect for granola, cereals and porridge, but also a fantastic recipient for fruit salads, soups (hot and cold), dips and much more, these natural wooden bowls are carved out of coconut shells that would have otherwise been thrown away.

Coconut Bowl


Check out our Coconut Bowls (With and Without Spoon made from Discarded Wood) here.

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23. Cotton Produce Bags

The reduction in single-use plastic when swapping to reusable bags enormous, and it’s such an easy change to do. 

Cotton produce bags are great for picking vegetables and fruit at the supermarket, at farmers markets or even just your local bakery. We use our large one to store onions and potatoes too!

Cotton Produce Bags

Check our range of Cotton Produce Bags here.

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24. Cotton Shopping Bags

A rough estimate would have it that 500 single-use plastic bags are replaced by using one reusable bag for one year. If you shop for 70 years this simple action will save 350000 bags.

If you are not sure which type of material is more eco-friendly when it comes to carrier bags, have a look at this blog postwhere I talk about this very topic.

Cotton Shopping Bag

And check our Shopping Bag Collection here.

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25. Loofah Kitchen Sponge

Cleaning products are a massive source of plastic pollution in every UK household, with plastic sponges and scourers constantly being bought and ending up in the bin way too frequently. 

But there are a lot of eco-friendly solutions, such as heavy duty kitchen sponges made with plant-derived materials that are fully compostable like this one with the bottom layer made of biodegradable cellulose, of which 70% is wood pulp and 30% cotton pulp.

Loofah Kitchen Sponge

Check out our Loofah Kitchen Sponge here

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26. Reusable Sanitary Pads

Period pollution is, together with baby nappies, a senseless one in my opinion. 

A reusable sanitary pad uses a much softer and safer material - cotton and bamboo fibre -which is not only better for health, but also very absorbent. And with the massive added value of not contributing to constant plastic pollution produced by their mass produced counterparts.

Best Sanitary Pads Uk

Check our range of Reusable Sanitary Pads here.

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27. Reusable Panty Liners

If you have a very light flow and just need some extra protection, reusable panty liners are a great eco-solution.

My favourite are made with an outer waterproof PUL material, which is not only very resistant and makes them a lot more resistant to frequent washing, but it is also very effective in preventing leakage. 

Best Panty Liners UK

Check out our Eco-Friendly Panty Liners here

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28. Menstrual Cups

When it comes to silicone menstrual cups, it is very important to choose the right size for you. Some women struggle with discomfort when using them, this is usually caused by the cups being wrongly inserted. It is also very important to remove them in the correct way to avoid any kind of pelvic issues.

I have written an extensive blog post on how to safely and effectively use menstrual cups to try and answer all concerns related to period cups.

Best Menstrual Cup UK

Check out our Menstrual Cups here

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29. Cotton Makeup Pads

A big mantra for us is to also say no to "single-use" anything, not just plastic.  Take cotton for example. It takes a lot of water to grow it, and even though it can be a great substitute for plastic, the real benefit of this material comes from the fact that it can be used for a very long time, even for generations.

 The benefit of washable makeup pads is that they are not only incredibly long-lasting but also particularly suitable for sensitive skin types.

Cotton makeup pads uk

Check out our Cotton Facial Rounds here

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30. Wooden Toothbrush

If millions of us just made a sustainable change today, the impact on the environment would be huge. One easy way to start? 

Choosing a toothbrush made with a compostable, fully biodegradable material. Bamboo is not the only sustainable material we can use for making our dental routine more sustainable. These ones by Georganics are made with certified organic German Beechwood and are compostable at the end of life.

Georganics Wooden Toothbrush

Check out our collection of Beechwood Toothbrushes here

31. Reusable Kitchen Towels

Reusable Kitchen Towels are an eco-replacement for disposable kitchen towel: swapping to washable cloth towels to wipe your kitchen counter or clean any food spillage from the floor it as zero-waste as it gets.

They can also be used as reusable baby wipes, to spice up any tableware by using muslin cloths as reusable napkins or even simply as reusable tissues. 

Reusable Kitchen Towels

Check out our cute Unpaper Towels here

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32. Reusable Breastfeeding Pads

The maternity industry is completely filled with single-use, disposable, plastic items, but as a mum of two myself, I personally realised that most of these things can be substituted with an eco-friendly, reusable and last longing option.

Breastfeeding pads are a disposable product that can be swapped to much better reusable alternatives, such as reusable nursing pads made of cotton. 

Reusable Breadfeeding Pads

Check out our Reusable Breastfeeding Pads here

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33. Body Loofah Sponge

Mother Nature is truly incredible! It offers so many amazing solutions to everyday needs, all without the need for polluting or filling our world with untreatable waste and plastic.

If you are a fan of a good body scrub or looking for a natural shower sponge, then you’ll love a natural loofah! Loofahs or luffas are white sponges that are truly incredible and they are a great natural, vegan and green alternative to plastic sponges.

Natural Loofah Sponge

Check out our Natural Loofah Sponge here

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33. Konjac Sponge

If you are looking for the ultimate eco-friendly multi-purpose sponge, here it is!
Konjac sponges are basically a potato from the Konnyaku plant, an Asian plant that grows at high altitudes. It’s made 97% of water, vitamins and natural minerals, as well as being naturally alkaline.

All these properties give it a gentle and soft texture, and additive-free composition. When Japanese farmers first started using Konjac sponges, centuries ago, their main use was to bathe their babies because they were so soft but they are also great as facial exfoliators due to their super soft texture.

Vegan Konjac Sponge

Check out our Konjac Sponges here

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34. Sisal Soap Pouch

If you have been wondering what to do with all those little soap pebbles we are left with when your soap bar is so close to the end of its life the solution is a compostable soap saver!

They are made with sisal fibres, which are produced using a type of agave called sisalana. Due to its soft yet strong texture, this bath soap pouch is a brilliant exfoliator. Simply put your soap bar inside, wet with water and it will create a wonderfully creamy lather and an amazing scrubbing experience to get rid of dead skin in seconds!

Soap Pouch Saver

Check out our Compostable Soap Pouch here

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35. Anti Stain Soap


Olive oil natural soap is great at getting rid of all sorts of stains: ink, grease, tar, coffee, oil, wine, sauce, grass stains, soiled nappies, dirt stains etc.

The best part of it all? I haven't used a single piece of plastic packaging for my laundry in years now! Plus it's all vegan friendly and free from preservatives!

Anti Stain Vegan Soap

 Check out our Anti Stain Soap here

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36. Marseille Soap

What if I told you that you could use the same soap for washing your body, your clothes and your dishes, among other things?

Marseille soap has been made with the same soap making technique for centuries by artisanal soap workshops in the city of Marseille. Its formula is extremely rich in olive oil - at least 72%- which makes it ideal to be used as shower soap, laundry detergent, washing up soap, shaving soap and even stain remover. All in one cube of natural goodness!

 

Marseille Soap

Check out our Marseille Soaps here

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37. Compostable Paper Tape

Plastic tape. It is everywhere, from schools to packages, from supermarket supplies to boxes in the mail. Yes we all know it is a terribly polluting single-use type of plastic, that can't be recycled at all - and even worse, when we don't remove it from cardboards, these can't be recycled either. So what's the solution? Kraft paper tape!

Made with Kraft paper with solvent-based self-adhesive side, it can be recycled together with all the package it comes with..yes, it can go straight into the recycling bin. Kraft paper tape is incredibly sturdy and resistant and ideal for a wide variety of uses: packaging, for craftwork and DIY projects.

Kraft Paper Tape

Check out our Compostable Paper Tape here

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38. Natural Toothpaste

Every day millions of people consume tons of toothpaste while carrying out such a mundane daily habit as brushing their teeth, yet the amount of plastic this simple act produces is truly terrifying.

Worse than that, most toothpaste tubs can't even be recycled as they are made with a mix of different types of plastics. We can all put a stop to this dreadful situation by swapping to natural toothpaste packed in reusable and recyclable packaging.

Natural Toothpaste

Check out our Natural Toothpaste Collection here

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39. Mouthwash Tablets

I have very sensitive gums so a good dental hygiene is really important for me, however I always struggled with the amount of plastic that oral care products used to produce in our home.

Mouthwash tables come in solid tablets in a reusable glass jar with metal cap, and all you need to do is pop one in a glass of water and let it fizz away, ready to swirl in your mouth!

Mouthwash Tablets

Check out our Mouthwash Tablet Collection here

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40. Compostable Dental Floss

Because flossing removes plaque and food debris, it is essential to both keep your teeth and gums healthy as well as a fresh breath.

The acid in plaque is what causes tooth decay but flossing helps to eradicate this issue. Not only that, but food bits that linger in your mouth impact how your breath smells while it breaks down. Flossing helps to clear out these unpleasant odours. And you can still care for the planet while flossing, just choose a compostable floss instead of a plastic-made one!

Compostable Dental Floss

Check out our Vegan Compostable Dental Floss here

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41. Oil Pulling Mouthwash

Oil pulling mouthwash is an ancient ayurvedic remedy that has now known new momentum due to its natural antimicrobial properties. It is known to reduce harmful bacteria in the mouth and reduce plaque build without the need for nasties and plastic.

Oil Pulling Mouthwash

Check out our Oil Pulling Mouthwash Collection here

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42. Whitening Toothpowder

White teeth. Who doesn’t want them? 

Activated charcoal is a great natural solution to whiten teeth, and using a natural whitening powder once a day can effectively remove stains from your teeth without using damaging products for your health, the environment and the planet at large.

Whitening Toothpowder

Check out our Georganics Natural Whitening Toothpowder here.

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43. Natural Face and Eye Moisturiser

When you choose products we at EarthBits make sure everything we stock is not only high quality, but also 100% vegan, organic and natural.

One example is this eye and face moisturiser, a small pot full of hydration, soothing properties and skin nourishment, perfect for the eye area, in a chamomile scent as well as unscented one, suitable for delicate and hypersensitive skin and a lovely rose geranium scented one.

Natural Face and Eye Moisturiser

Check out our Organic Face and Eye Moisturiser here

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44. Organic Body Butter

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a body butter and a regular moisturiser? Unlike lotions or creams, body butter has a thicker consistency, similar butter, hence the name. It usually has the strongest scent and lasts longer than both lotion and creme.

Body butters are usually made using a combination of carrier oils and essential butters and do not typically contain water. Carrier oils help holding and delivering the essential ingredients into the skin while butters are the essential fats and minerals extracted from natural ingredients.

Organic Body Butter

Check out our Organic Body Butter Collection here

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45. Natural Face Scrub

I am very fussy when it comes to my face, as I have very delicate skin type so I am always looking for a face scrub for combination skin that won’t damage it resulting in outbreaks and spots, or increasing the sebum production.

Natural and vegan face scrubs are my go to, and I always make sure they are packed in a glass jar I can reuse again and again, just like this tea tree natural face scrub. It is gentle yet great at detoxifying and removing dead skin cells and leave the skin glowing and healthy.

Face Scrub

Check our Natural and Vegan Face Scrub here

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46. Facial Clay Masks

Clay masks are a wonderful solution to rebalance the sebum secretion of your face. Not only that, but they are fantastic at drawing out impurities, dirt and toxins, clear the look of congested pores and gently cleansing irritated areas.

1. Always apply on clean and washed skin: otherwise you’d be applying a layer of mask on all sorts of dirt and bacteria. Using a gentle face soap and patting dry will prepare your skin for your clay mask

2. Choose a clay mask suitable for your skin type: are you prone to acne? is your skin oily or dry? Do you have sensitive skin? All clays are different, choose the one that has beneficial properties for your specific epidermis.

Facial Clay Masks

Check out our Facial Clay Collection here

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47. Natural Make-Up Remover

A natural skincare routine cannot be complete without a natural eye makeup remover. There are so many ways to remove makeup without using lab made chemicals or plastic, and one of the best tools is to use cotton makeup pads.

If coconut oil alone is not your cup of tea or you are worried it will end up clogging your water pipes, there are so many vegan and eco-friendly makeup products you can use, mostly made of oils and added vitamins to not only effectively remove any hint of makeup, but also to nourish, hydrate and protect your skin.

Natural Make-Up Remover

Check out our Natural Makeup Remover Collection here

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48. Vegan Lip Balms

No matter the temperature outside, lips are one of the most sensitive parts of the body. Drops in temperature and cold winds can make dry lips even more chapped, but the summer heat can be equally damaging, as they require an extra layer of protection and hydration.

This is because the skin on lips is thinner than facial skin, so this extra protection is extremely important when the weather changes.. And you can get incredibly nurturing lip balms that are 100% plant based and vegan friendly too.

Vegan Lip Balms

Check our Lip Balm Collection here, for natural and healthy lips.

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49. Plantable Greeting Cards 

When it comes to Greeting cards, most people admit to throwing them away over time. But not all of them can be recycled, especially if they are decorated with glitter, plastic decorations or simply made with shiny plasticised paper.

The solution? 100% eco friendly Greeting Cards made with 100% recycled paper. Wild flowers and herbs’ seeds can be embedded in the untreated paper, so these cards can be planted in pots after being gifted and turn into beautiful plants with just some sunlight, water and love!

Eco-Friendly Greeting Cards

Check out our Eco-Friendly Greeting Cards here

We also have Christmas Cards and Birthday Cards here, from unique materials like cotton and elephant dung!

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50. Washing Grains

Finally a few years ago face scrubs containing microbeads (made of plastic) were finally banned in the UK, as they were incredibly damaging to the marine life. Why need plastic for exfoliation when natural products like this one can do an even better job at removing dead skin and toxins?

Rich in bentonite clay, these washing grains are the perfect vegan face wash solution, as they open up skin pores and clean out impurities without stripping the skin of its natural oils.

Washing Grains

Check out our Eco-friendly Exfoliating Grains here

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51. Solid Lotions

Solid moisturiser bars are an amazing eco-alternative to keep your skin moisturised, hydrated and nourished.

If you are wondering how they work the easiest way is to apply on wet skin after shower. I actually bring it in the shower with me and apply once I have rinsed all the soap off!  Another easy way is to melt it slighly by rubbing the bar between hands and then apply the lotion directly on the skin.

Solid Moisturising Bars

Check out our Solid Moisturising Bars here

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52. Vegan Deodorant Sticks

 Did you know you can find plastic-free deodorant sticks that look exactly like your store bought deodorants, but without a trace of single use plastic, which is super cool if you ask me. And you can even find them vegan friendly.

They come in 100% recyclable and biodegradable paperboard push-up tubes!

 

Deodorant Sticks

Check out our range of Plastic-Free Deodorant Sticks here

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53. Natural Deodorant Creams

Natural deodorants come in different shapes or forms, and one I really like is deodorant creams. They are very soft (or can be softened in the palm of your hand before applying) so there is no risk of abrasion to the skin when applying them.

They usually come in metal tins that are fully recyclable and even reusable. Some companies even accept tins to be returned in exchange for a discount.

 

Deodorant Cream

Check out our range of Cream Deodorants here

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54. Natural Vegan Soap

Is there an easier swap to stop using single use plastic than switching to solid soap bars?

Solid soaps respect our natural skin's PH balance: human skin is naturally coated with a layer of good bacteria that keeps it healthy, but harsh soaps and body washes can strip it of its natural balance. Switching to products made with natural ingredients is not only better for the planet, but for our wellness too!

Check out our Vegan Soap Bars here

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55. Shampoo Bar for Greasy Hair

Oily hair is caused by more than one reason: stress, hormones, pollution, natural predisposition, specific medical history, medication etc. So what’s the best way to wash oily hair?

In my experience, with delicate, non aggressive natural shampoos with sebum controlling ingredients such as lavender and aloe vera among others.

 

Shampoo for Oily Hair

Check out our Shampoos for Oily Hair Collection here

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56. Shampoo Bars for Dry Hair

Dry or damaged hair can be a real curse. Frizzy hair, locks that look dull or without volume, split ends.. It is so important to nurture and hydrate our hair no matter what, but even more so for those who naturally suffer from dry hair.

So what is the best shampoo for dry or damaged hair? Again making sure that a product is not too aggressive while stripping the scalp of its natural essential oils, as well as using a conditioner for dry hair can make a big difference. 

Dry Hair Shampoo Bar

Check out our Dry Hair Shampoo Bar Collection here

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57. Shampoo Bar for Normal Hair

Did you know that washing your hair every day can actually damage it? 

Extending the number of days between washes can actually rebalance the natural PH of your hair, rebalance the natural its normal sebum secretion and in the end, make your hair look healthier, shinier and cleaner for longer. Even if you have normal type hair, choosing the best shampoo for your normal hair is very important, especially if you are following a curly girl method or if you have very fine hair. 

Shampoo for Normal Hair Collection

Check out our Shampoo for Normal Hair Collection here

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58. Shampoo Bar with No Transition Phase

If you have tried a shampoo bar, you may now that it takes some time to get through a transition phase, or the time needed for your hair to get used to the natural ingredients of the bar. They also work best together with a vinegar rinse.

However, if you don’t have time or patience to go through a transition and you are looking for a shampoo bar that works straight away but still parabens and sulfactants free, these 2-in 1 shampoos are the perfect fit - and they are also suitable for coloured hair.

2-in-1 Shampoos with No Transition Phase

Check out our 2-in-1 Shampoos with No Transition Phase here 

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59. Vinegar Rinse

If there is a natural home remedy to a vast number of issue, nothing really beats apple acid vinegar.

 It works well on hair that looks dull, brittle, or frizzy, as these hair types tend to be more alkaline or higher on the pH scale. Vinegar rinses help lower pH and bring hair health back into a healthy balance. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it has been shown to help reduce dandruff and hydrate dry hair types.

Vinegar Hair Rinse Collection

Check out our Vinegar Hair Rinse Collection here

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60. Exfoliating Soap Bar

When it comes to exfoliation, there are some ingredients that are naturally good at is.

So if you are looking for a good way of getting a good scrub without any nasties, plastic or added products, you should look for soaps with coffee grounds, oatmeal, or seeds.

Exfoliating Soap

Check out our Exfoliating Collections here

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61. Soap Bar for Sensitive Skin

Hypersensitive skin types and allergy sufferers often think that just because  with natural products

I love bare coconut unscented soap because it's the ideal solution for those with sensitive skin, as well as being suitable to be used during pregnancy.  Thanks to its foamy lather this soap bar is very versatile and can be used as a shaving soap, as well as a gentle facial soap.

Soap Bar for Sensitive Skin

Check out our Soap Bar for Sensitive Skin here

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62. Solid Conditioner for Normal Hair

If you think that 35.8 million plastic bottles are used every day in the U.K. alone, but only 19.5 million are recycled, it’s clear that this is a really urgent problem and we should all try our best to find ways to stop buying plastic packaged products whenever possible.

Conditioner bars are a great way for those looking to give their hair some much needed extra conditioning without adding to their beauty footprints.

Solid Conditioner for Normal Hair

Check out our Solid Conditioners for Normal Hair here

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63. Solid Conditioner for Oily Hair

If you have oily hair, you may think you don’t need conditioners, but most people with greasy hair realise that they suffer from dry ends and oily scalp. The best way to solve this is to apply the conditioner only on the ends, as this will condition them and give them health and new life.

The best way to apply your conditioner bar is directly on wet clean hair by rubbing the bar on your locks’ ends, or by creating a nice lather between your hands and use the foam instead. 

Solid Conditioner for Oily Hair

Check our Conditioner Bar for Oily Hair here

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64. Solid Conditioner for Dry Hair

Solid conditioner have many benefits and they are particularly necessary to nurture and hydrate dry and damaged hair, so it’s definitely a product that cannot miss from your bathroom if you have dry, coloured or damaged hair.

They can also be used to make liquid conditioner by grating some and adding boiling water.

Dry Damage Conditioner

Check out our Dry/Damaged Conditioners here

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65. Facial Soap Bars

To work their magic, you only need a nice lather by rubbing your facial bar between the hands and apply on face for a few minutes, just long enough for its rich formula to detox, cleanse and nourish the skin!

They are made with natural ingredients, such as dead sea mud, and they help remove toxins from the skin while offering a gentle exfoliation. They also help remove dead skin cells.

Facial Soap Bars

Check out our Facial Bars here.

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66. Razor Blades

One important thing to keep in mind for a truly sustainable shaving routine is to also make sure the razor blades you use are plastic free, alongside the razor. 

Choosing ones that are entirely made of stainless steel and therefore can be fully recycled, as well as wrapped in paper rather than plastic film is the way to go. And once you are done using them, do not add them to the recycling bin, keep them all safely together and hand them in at your local recycling centre so that nobody will get hurt while processing them. 

Razor Blades

Check out our fully Recyclable Stainless Steel Razor Blades here

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67. Vegan Make up Brushes

Did you know a lot of makeup brushes are made with animal hair, which in most instances is not a cruelty-free process.

Making the switch to cruelty-free and vegan beauty can be tricky, but luckily, there are brilliant brands out there that are doing their bit to change the industry and its practises.

Make-Up Brushes

Check out our collection of vegan and cruelty free Make-up Brushes

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68. Plastic Free Body Wash

When it comes to daily routines, showers are probably one of the biggest generators of waste. Just think about how many plastic bottles of shower gel a family of 4 can go through in a month, knowing that only 9% of plastic is usually recycled globally.

If you prefer liquid body wash rather than a soap bar, just make sure the product you choose comes in recycled glass bottles and aluminium caps, which means they can be recycled again or even better, repurposed for many other uses.

Liquid Body Wash Collection

Check out our Liquid Body Wash Collection here

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69. Organic Body Lotion

Plastic free moisturisers seem to be really hard to find, even more so if you are looking for a vegan body lotion or an organic natural body cream. It seems like you cannot really have all these qualities together.

Body Lotion

If like me value plastic free packaging as much as anything else, check out our Eco-Friendly Body Lotions here

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70. Vegan Face Toner

One of the thing about zero waste packaging and product containers is that it also often be used for other purposes. Beauty products  are massively packed in plastic, so every time I can manage to find al alternative in a glass bottle I am always doing a victory dance. 

I particularly love this toner from Flawless, it comes in a sturdy glass bottle, every time I am done using one I repurpose it for homemade soaps, shampoos, diy beauty lotions etc.

 

Vegan Face Toner

Check out our Plastic Free Toner here

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71. Soap on a Rope

Did you know that the unique design of soaps on rope goes back to the late 1940s, and was created by an English company?

The reason they came up with this style was purely functional, as it was during war times and they wanted to create a soap that would last longer, so adding a cotton rope would prevent it from falling and breaking, as well as melting away too quickly.

Soap on a Rope

Check out our Soap on a Rope Collection here

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72. Natural Body Scrub

Natural body scrubs are a great solution for an eco-friendly exfoliation, while avoiding microbeads or microplastics.

You can make sugar body scrub at home using brown sugar and coconut oil, but if you want something fancier and richer in essential oils packed with beneficial properties for the skin, choosing a natural body scrub in a metal container is a great plastic-free solution. 

Vegan Sugar Scrubs

If you are tired of DIY Body Scrub recipes, tale a look at our Vegan Sugar Scrub here

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73. Bath Bombs

Bath bombs are an amazing concentrate of soothing and flowery scents, but so many times shops sell them individually wrapping in plastic film, which is neither compostable not recyclable.

Simply choosing handmade and plastic free bath bombs is the way to have a guilt free pampering session, best if you also make sure to choose vegan and cruelty free ones.

Bath Bombs Collection

Check our Vegan Bath Bomb Collection here

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74. Recycled Wrapping Paper

Made with recycled Kraft paper this type of wrapping it can be recycled together with all the package it comes with..yes, it can go straight into the recycling bin. It's a great alternative to wasteful single use wrapping paper and it will give your presents a great vintage look!

 

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75. Soapnuts

These little berry shells grow on the Soap Berry tree in the Himalayas and they naturally contains a cleaning agent that works like detergent, called saponin. Saponin is amazing at penetrating the fibres of clothes, lifting stains from the fabric that is then rinsed away.

They are mostly known to be used as laundry detergent, however there are so many things soapnuts can be used for.  If you want to find more DIY soapnut recipes, check out my blog post.

 

Soapnuts Collection

 And if you want to try them out, check our Natural Soapnut page.

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76. Laundry Soap Flakes

Do you know that making your own laundry detergent is really easy?
There are many ways to wash your clothes in a natural, vegan and eco-friendly way, but one of my favourites is to use Marseille Soap flakes.

Simply mix the soap flakes with bicarbonate of soda and hot water and there you have it, affordable, natural and sustainable washing liquid!

Laundry Soap Flakes

Check out our Marseille Laundry Soap Flakes here

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77. Wooden Tea Cups

A research published in Environmental Science and Technology conducted by a team at McGill university has found that soaking just one teabag in boiling water releases approximately 11.6 billion micro plastics and 3.1 billion nanoplastics in your brew!

Buy loose tea leaves instead! You can use them straight in your cup or together with a reusable tea infuser.

Wooden Tea Cups

If you are looking for a present for a tea-loving friend of family members, check out or handmade Japanese Style Wooden Tea Cups here

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78. Beeswax Wraps

Our favourite kitchen heros are wax wraps! Beeswax ones are just amazing!

Made with organic beeswax and sheets of cotton, they last for ages, easy to wash and care for, keep food fresh for longer and can even be brought back to life with some added wax when they lose stickiness. And they can be added to the compost when every bit of life juice has been squeezed out of them.

Beeswax Wraps

Check out our Beeswax Wraps here

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79. Vegan Food Wraps

 A very eco-friendly alternative to cling film? Wax wraps! And they can now be plant-based as well which makes them 100% vegan!

They are made of: Sunflower wax, Sumac wax,  Rice bran wax,  Hydrogenated castor oil, Organic jojoba oil, Pine resin

Vegan Wraps

Check out our Vegan Wraps here

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80. Shaving Soap Bar

Shaving is such a wasteful activity. The whole industry is completely obsessed with plastic or chemically packed products, from disposable razors to shaving creams. Luckily safety razors put a stop to all this waste.

The most important step is to always use a shaving cream of soap when shaving as this will dramatically reduce the risk of cuts and irritation to the skin

Shaving Soap

Check out our Plastic Free Shaving Soap Bars here

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81. Nail Polish

 If you love your nails to look colourful and fun, but you also want a product that is free from toxic ingredients and from plastic, make sure that you choose ones that come in reusable bottles (glass is great).

Enriched in silica from bamboo oil, this eco-friendly nail polish by ZAO Essence of Nature is a much more sustainable manicure.

Nail Polish

Check out our Nail Polish here

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82. Organic Mascara 

How many empty mascara tubes and wands go wasted every year?  

All organic mascaras we stock on the website come in a durable bamboo case, once finished you can simply buy a refill to avoid waste!

Mascara


Both the complete Mascara with Bamboo Case and Refills available on the site!

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83. Natural Lipstick

Makeup has been around since very ancient times, there are records of natural makeup being used in Ancient Egypt, and women then used their own version of vegan lipsticks by simply using fruits to add colour to their lips.

Luckily now there are natural lipstick solutions that last a lot longer and don’t need a daily trip to the market!   

Lipstick

If you are looking for an organic lipstick without wax, make sure to check our vegetarian and Vegan Friendly Lipstick Collection here

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84. Sustainable Eye Shadow

If you are looking for eyeshadow ideas, in particular natural eyeshadow, then some of the things to keep in mind when looking for a truly eco-friendly makeup are: cruelty free and vegan, ideally free from sls and palm oil, especially if not from certified sustainable sources.

Powdered mineral eyeshadows are great as they can be easily stored in metal or class containers, or into bamboo casings, therefore allowing for refills without the need to always buy an eyeshadow palette with the whole packaging.

Sustainable Eyeshadow Palette

Check out our Vegan Sustainable Eyeshadow Palette here

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85. Vegan Foundation

Most people are used to cream foundation. It is easy to apply and to rub into the skin, however more often than not it also comes in plastic tubes that can rarely be recycled.

A great eco-friendly alternative is to choose powder foundation, which tends to come in refillable plastic free containers and, as the name suggests, is in the form of thin powder that can be applied with a foundation brush.

Vegan Foundation

If you are ready to make the switch, check out our Vegan Foundation Collection here

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86. Vegan Blusher

If you like your makeup routine to be vegan, cruelty free, plastic free and sustainable, then make sure to choose some sustainable powder blushers.

Use them to bring colour to your cheeks, as eyeshadows or even add them to a neutral lip balm to create your own lip gloss!

 

Blusher

Check our Vegan Powdered Blushers here

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87. Nipple Cream

There are so many baby and mama moisturisers out there, and each seems to tackle a slightly different problem.

Natural salves are amazing for cracked nipples and so much better for both you and the baby than chemically packed ones. And they can also be used to treat nappy rash, as they are designed for delicate skin types, including baby ones.

 

Baby and Mama Balm

Check out our Baby and Mama Balm here

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88. Face Serum

Have you ever thought about using oils as face moisturisers? Yes, you heard right! Facial oils are renowned for boosting skin's natural health, while also giving it an almost instantaneous smooth, soft and flowing appearance.

If you thought that moisturisers only come in cream form, you have never put the amazing properties of serum oils to the test.

Face Serum

Check out our Organic Face Serum Collection here

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89. Night Cream

Night creams are working their nurturing properties while we sleep, so it is very important to choose one that absorbs really well without leaving the skin oily or heavy.

I personally always choose an organic face moisturiser that is rich in shea butter, jojoba oil and/or mango butter, as all these ingredients are  deeply nurturing and will give your skin a natural, healthy glow when you wake up in the morning.

Organic Night Moisturiser

Check out our Organic Night Moisturiser here

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90. Plastic Free Hand Wash

Most of our bathrooms very often have something in common: a bottle of liquid handwash by the side of the sink. But another communality is that they are usually packed in plastic bottles.

However, there are some great exceptions for those who prefer liquid soap to solid bars, such as these lovely scented liquid soaps. They do not contain any bad chemical, colours or scents.

 

Hand Wash

Check out our Hand Wash Collection here

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91. Sun Screen

The main difference between chemical and mineral sunscreens can be found in their ingredient lists.  The active ingredients in chemical sunscreens are effective because they absorb the sun’s UV rays. However, before these chemicals can offer any UV protection, the skin has to absorb them. 

A mineral sunscreen uses minerals as its active ingredients. The minerals most often used are zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. Mineral sunscreens work in a completely different way than chemical sunscreens. Instead of penetrating the skin and offering protection by dissipating UV rays, they simply sit on top of the skin and reflect UV rays away from the body.

 

Sun Screen Collections

Check out our Sunscreen Collections here

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92. Hand Cream 

 

Chaffed and cracked hands are something of a regular theme for me. So this is why these little pots of natural goodness from Amazinc are a true lifesaver. They were originally designed for rock climbers to heal damaged skin, and they are very effective at treating cuts and rashes.

These hand jams are great at treating scars as they are specifically designed to help with skin regeneration.  They soothe, calm and restore dry skin , and are suitable for sensitive skin types.

 

Hand Cream

 Check out our Hand Cream here

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93. Sun Stick

Are you planning on spending lots of time outdoors like us? If so, there is nothing more important than taking proper care of our skin while being exposed to sun rays. We usually think of suncream as a way of protecting us against unflattering red skin or a peeling nose, but the reality is a lot more serious than that.

Not using sunscreen when being exposed to sun rays can have long lasting and very scary implications for our health.

Sun Stick

Check out our Sun Sticks here

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94. Spray Bottle

Refillable glass bottles can be used for so many things: as glass spray bottles to wet your hair if you need a trim or simply refresh yourself in the summer months, as cleaning spray bottles, to use with natural pesticide to clean your house plants and so much more!

They usually come in different sizes, I personally find the 250ml and 500ml most useful as I tend to refill them frequently with small bathes of natural products – they tend to work best when used immediately.

Spray Bottle Collections

Check out our Collection of Amber Glass Spray Bottles here

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95. Eco-Friendly Toilet Paper

 A research by the eco-magazine Ethical consumer has found that major toilet paper brands are using less and less recycled paper to produce it, which means they are instead using virgin paper. The problem with that is obviously a high rate of deforestation for a product that we literally use just a few seconds before flushing it away. 

Again, luckily for all of us who want to live more sustainably, there are companies out there who are creating amazing innovative products in an effort to save our planet and cut waste.

Sustainable Toilet Paper

Check out our Sustainable Toilet Paper here 

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97. Soluble Cleaning Sachets

UK Brand Iron and Velvet have different soluble sachets for different uses, as well as a variety of anti-bacterial cleaning solutions and products to clean windows, for floor cleaning, to clean ovens and surfaces and even kitchen and bathroom cleaning mixed products.

They all come in little refill sachets that melt in water (simply add them to a reusable spray bottle) and they are ready to go, no plastic and no need for crazy chemical ingredients for an eco clean house cleaning!

Soluble Cleaning Sachets

Check out our Collection of Iron and Velvet Soluble Cleaning Refillshere

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98. Large Kitchen Sponge

Cellulose large yellow sponges are particularly suited to wipe counters and clean sinks, tiles, bathtub and mirrors and delicate surfaces in general.

We have all had one of these square cleaning sponges in our life, but did you know they are also available without plastic, 100% vegan sponges and made with cellulose – entirely made from wood fibres and therefore completely compostable and biodegradable.

 

Yellow Cleaning Kitchen Sponge

Check out our Yellow Cleaning Sponges here 

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99. Bamboo Interdental Brushes

A great alternative to biodegradable dental floss and the environmentally friendly version of tepe plastic dental brushes, these eco friendly floss sticks are made with a bamboo handle and a wire made with stainless steel, with the head of the flossing brush that can be simply snapped after use and separated by the compostable handle.

 They are also particularly recommended for those who have gaps between teeth wider than what a biodegradable floss could easily clean, and they are available in sizes from 0.4mm upwards.

Bamboo Interdental Brushes

Check out our Bamboo Interdental Brushes here

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100. Soap Tin

Soap tins are  the perfect soap container to keep your shampoo bar or soap bar dry between use. There is nothing worse than leaving a soap or shampoo bar in contact with water, as that causes the solid bars to melt and waste a lot of precious product.

Not only that, but soap boxes are also great whenever someone has to travel: simply pop your bar in your metal soap tin and you can easily carry it everywhere, on trains, boats, buses and yes, even on your suitcase when jumping on a plane!

Soap Tin

Check out our Soap Tin for travelling here

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101. Reusable Face Mask

Say no to disposable mask waste: During the current health crisis, there has been a worrying increase of single-use masks being dumped on beaches, streets, countryside and the sea. Using a reusable mask is the best way to fight this new form of plastic pollution.

Made with 2 breathable layers of fabric and adjustable ear loops that allow both nose and mouth to be covered, they don't restrict breathing and allow comfort when wearing it for longer periods of time.

Reusable Face Mask

Check out our Reusable Fabric Face Masks here

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CONCLUSION

This guide of eco-products is designed to be used as a list to nip in and out of whenever you are ready to make another eco-switch in your sustainability journey, or a roadmap of where to go next.


You can make it your own in whatever way that feels right to you. Remember, the journey is our own, and it is not a race, but a never ending process. Enjoy and happy eco-living!

 

 

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