US grocery stores and supermarkets are saturated with plastic and it’s almost impossible to do grocery shopping and avoid single-use plastic. Most of US grocery retailers fail to address the plastic pollution crisis.
About 83% of Halloween costumes are essentially single-use plastics, as they are made from polyester that’s non-recyclable. Sadly, most of the outfits are ending up in the trash bin after only one wear.
Any major holiday season is the time when a lot of people forget about sustainability and honor traditions over environmental impact. With the growing popularity of the DIY movement, many people opt for hand-made holiday decor and gifts. We collected eco-friendly holiday DIY ideas
Not only does konjac sponge gently cleanse and exfoliates your skin in one simple step giving it a radiant glow, but it is 100% sustainable, vegan, and biodegradable
In the US, luffa was grown domestically for decades. During the early 1990s, research in Missouri and North Carolina demonstrated that commercial production of luffa sponge gourds was also feasible in the United States. As of today, a simple Google search for loofah growers in the US gives you a handful of small family-owned farms mostly based in Central California.
The current pandemic has brought many challenges. For me personally, one of the most difficult challenges is the inability to do my eco-friendly shopping routine.
We already know that baking soda is a great cleaner, whitener, and deodorizer for our bodies. Guess what? It does the same for our homes with even more applications.
I know we all have heard a lot about the benefits of baking soda for nearly every aspect of our lives. At times it even seems a bit too much. Can one simple product really do so much? I mean… really?