1. Look at the tag of every article of clothing I buy to find out where it was made
2. Check out brands before I shop to see what their CSR policies are
3. Buy less
4. Upcycle more
5. Re-learn to knit
6. Shop second-hand more
7. Save money to buy more organic/natural food & beauty products
8. Be uber-stylish on occasion
9. Support small & independent sustainable fashion designers
10. Write more!
What are your goals? Post a comment and let me know!
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How to use:
- In the shower, rub on your skin to exfoliate, then rinse
- Feel refreshed.
Reasons the scrubs are sustainable:
- Made with all-natural ingredients
- Container is recyclable
Way to make them more sustainable:
- If you like it, refill the jar with a scrub of your own!
- If you don’t, recycle the container.
My old iPod armband looks like this:
Let’s just say it’s seen better days. So I got a new one, the EcoRunner, that came in the mail today. It’s made of EcoPrene, a supposedly sustainable version of neoprene. I say supposedly because Continue reading
So, my jars still haven’t arrived, but shortly I’m going to start combining ingredients for different types of body scrubs and hopefully the containers will be here by the end of the day! I’m going to do this via Skype with my friend Maddie in Paris, the guru of all things natural cosmetics.
Here are my ingredients:
- Organic Brown Sugar
– Organic White Sugar
– Fine Sea Salt
– Course Sea Salt
– Organic Olive Oil
– Sweet Almond Oil
– Dried Rosemary
– Dried Thyme
– Dried Sage
– Essential Oils: Lavender, Tea Tree, Cedar wood, Peppermint, Rosemary
Stay tuned to see how it goes!