Instead of bleached TP made from beautiful trees and then ultimately wrapped in layers of plastic… Try Bamboo or Recycled TP!
Seventh Generation *this is not bleached and made from 100% recycled materials, however it does come wrapped in plastic when you buy in bulk!
4.7 Billion plastic toothbrushes are produced in the world every year. These do not break down. If you make one switch in your lifestyle… make this one!
Not only does floss come packaged in single-use plastic, it’s made from nylon, teflon and synthetic wax. Google it… It’s depressing. But have no fear! You can still floss with these awesome alternatives!
Toothpaste comes in a plastic tube that cannot be recycled. Boo. Not to mention, its filled with all sorts of artificial sweeteners and chemicals I can’t even pronounce. These alternatives are Dentist Approved and really work!
Everyone has different hair and finding the perfect shampoo has been a life-long task for me. But I am glad to announce that there are more plastic-free options than ever before!
Some people don’t need conditioner. I do. It has taken me quite some time to find a plastic-free conditioner that works! LUSH takes the cake for my unruly frizz, but check these other options out for your hair type!
Ditch the plastic loofah! You could use your hand or a wash cloth as an alternative. However, I like the the benefits I get from my Loofah so I’ve included some sustainable and plastic-free loofah options!
First of all, disposable razors are terrible. Second, why are women’s mechanical razors so much more expensive than men’s? It’s completely unfair. Check out these razors for all genders!
Don’t wear it…? That’s definitely option #1. Most make up comes in plastic containers. I’m gonna be honest, I’m not really sure what’s in any of the make up I still have. So I wanted to give you some plastic-free and organic make up options!
Elate Cosmetics– their packaging can be planted!
What’s in your tampon? Wouldn’t it be nice to know what you’re putting inside of your vagina? Me too. Here are some waste-less alternatives!
Most toilet brushes are made from plastic and get gross and disgusting and eventually are thrown away. More plastic for the landfills! But we can change that. Here are some plastic-free toilet brush options!
Most plumbers and handy dads will advise you against using Drano for a couple of reasons. The main one being that it can damage plumbing systems and is unpredictable when mixed with other products. Not to mention, you’re dumping all of those toxic chemicals into our sewage system. Gross.