Take a look around your bathroom, and you’re sure to find a lot of plastic in the everyday products you use – from toilet paper packaging to toothbrushes, deodorant and cotton buds. We’re sold it and it’s so entwined into our lives that we barely notice it.
While doing Plastic Free July, we found that the hardest products to swap out were the beauty products and toiletries we used every day. We searched for a while for toilet rolls sold without the thin plastic wrapper, as well as
But there are plenty of brands and small companies that are changing that as the plastic-free movement grows.
This brand has clearly spent a long time thinking about all aspects of its business model, from it’s cleverly designed yet minimalist protective packaging to planting a tree for every can sold. But what we love most is that its using aluminium cans