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Tag: zero waste living
From hair care, hand soap, to other miscellaneous needs!
Trying out new beauty products is something we do a lot, and we just can't help but buy a few things here and there to see which works best with our body and lifestyle. But with the rise of eco-conscious brands in beauty
It's a new habit I'm trying to make...or break.
It started with a bad breakout. The sugar and dairy bonanza I’d had over the weekend paid off in literally the worst way possible: An angry smattering of red dots sprayed on either side of my chin, plus a few extra stragglers
We give the step by step here!
Your foray into the world of zero waste and eco-friendly alternatives were most likely prompted by metal straws and reusable cups. The interest in an environmentally-conscious lifestyle has never been stronger than it is now, which is why you’re more than familiar
"Garments are discarded every day and an easy way to help the environment is to give clothes a second life."
Did you know that, second to oil, the clothing and textile industry is the largest polluter in the world? Just think about it: Remember that dress you threw out because you spilled soy sauce all over the front? It's probably sitting in
Imagine a piece of clothing that's completely sustainable and 100% zero waste. That's exactly what the Twist dress by New York-based label Malaika is! Reversible and cleverly crafted from two squares, it's a piece we simply had to look up. Okay, so here are
Your empties aren't going into the ocean, that's for sure!
The fate of our empty beauty product containers are typically unclear. Even with conscious disposal, we're never sure where these plastic bottles and jars end up. Thankfully, however, times are changing. More brands have begun taking more responsibility for their products' impact
For an eco-friendly skincare routine!
Aside from skipping plastic straws and cups, transitioning to lower-waste beauty routine can help you reduce your carbon footprint. Start with small changes, such as using less disposable products like cotton pads and switching to their reusable and washable counterparts. This way, you're
Eco-conscious shoppers, take note!
It's almost the start of a brand new year, and if you're looking to do some major lifestyle changes like living more sustainably, there are a bunch of stores that offer zero-waste alternatives to everyday essentials. The newest eco-friendly store in the
Fill these with your favorite drinks!
You probably already have a reusable straw to help cut down your plastic usage, but if you want to step up your zero waste game even more, make a reusable tumbler your next purchase. With one in tow, you'll no longer need
She also debunked some myths.
When you think of the words "zero waste," what comes to mind? Most people write it off as a concept that's too hard—almost impossible—to live by, but that's probably because you're picturing an extreme or unattainable version of what it means to