Turn Your Bathroom Into An Eco-Friendly Space
The bathroom is a place where far too many single use plastics are used on a daily basis. It’s also a really great place to start turning your home into an eco-friendly environment. From plastic bottles to toothbrushes and makeup accessories, there are countless alternatives that reduce waste and can be safely disposed of when finished. Keep reading to find out how to turn your bathroom in to an eco-friendly space.
An easy first start is to ditch the plastic soap dispensers and replace them with 100% natural Soap Bars that are handmade in Wales and packaged in recycled Kraft paper. Combine with a natural soap bag and you have an all in one washing exfoliator!
Like the soap bars, you can easily make your shower plastic free by using natural Shampoo Bars. Simply use your hands to create a lather with the shampoo bar, run through wet hair using your fingers as a comb, massage into your scalp and finish by rinsing thoroughly. There you go - plastic free hair care!
Say goodbye to plastic toothbrushes. Bamboo Toothbrushes are a great alternative and are just as effective at keeping your teeth clean and the planet free from plastic landfill.
Toothpaste Tablets offer a great alternative to generic toothpaste that’s packaged in plastic tubes. Simply chew the tablet until it gets creamy then brush as normal followed with a rinse.
Most dental flosses are made of a waxed nylon take years to degrade simply isn’t necessary. An eco-friendly alternative is to use our 100% vegan and cruelty free Dental Floss made with corn, candelilla wax and peppermint essential oil.
Makeup & Nail Polish Removers
Using reusable Makeup and Nail Polish Removers is not only cost effective but also an eco-friendly option as they are handmade in England and made of 100% natural ingredients such as wool offcuts or organic hemp.
Instead of using generic shower puffs that are typically made of nylon that can take decades to decompose try a naturally made alternative. The Acala Shower Puff is made of a fibre called ramie which is immensely strong and naturally resistant to bacteria.