Zero Waste, Plastic Free Bathroom
In Partnership with Plaine Products
We likely don’t go a single day without using something made out of or packaged in plastic. How crazy is that? Our dependence on plastic wreaks havoc not only on the ecosystems it accumulates in, but on our own health as well.
But, plastic’s widespread individual use is exactly what makes it such a prime target for individual-charged change!
Plastics are offered to us at every turn, which means that every day we have the chance (or more likely many chances) to say ‘no’ to plastics, and those small refusals make a biiig impact!
Maybe you aren’t convinced. Well, once we understand the magnitude of the plastic pollution problem, we will begin to see just how important our day-to-day choices are. Even better, we will begin to notice just how much of a difference we as individuals can really make.
And that’s not to say that ending plastic pollution is only an individual burden—our corporate leaders have a huge responsibility in advancing zero waste solutions and ending the plastic crisis.
So, when companies embrace that responsibility and lead the way forward, we happily jump on board!
If we can shift our everyday habits, together we can create a waste-free world. But let’s just take it one step at a time… A great place to start? The bathroom.
Plaine Products believes waste is a design flaw and is reimagining personal care to include the care of our planet and its inhabitants. In doing so, they are paving the way for the zero waste and plastic-free future we need.
How Does Plastic Pollution Affect Humans: Know the Risks and Join the Plastic-Free Movement
Plastics find their way into the food we eat, the water we drink, even the air we breathe! In this post we cover all the ways plastic pollution can take a toll on human health along with the actions we can take to reduce our plastic exposure!
- How does plastic get into our bodies?
- What effect does plastic pollution have on our health?
- What effect does it have on our economies, our environment, and our future?
Click here to read the post on how plastic pollution affects humans.
How to Go Zero Waste & Plastic-Free in the Bathroom (For Less Than $200)
We don’t mean to intrude, but the bathroom is the perfect place to start your zero waste journey. In this article we give you ideas on how to go plastic free in the bathroom for under $200.
- What does it mean to go zero waste and how do you start?
- What are some plastic free alternatives for bathroom staples?
- Who are some of the companies innovating personal care?
Click here to read how to go zero waste in the bathroom.
How to Reduce Plastic Use Everyday & Keep Waste Out of Our Landfills
Lindsey McCoy & Alison Webster join us on the Grow Ensemble podcast to discuss their journey as entrepreneurs and as zero waste advocates.
- What are some strategies to reduce our plastic use and waste?
- What are Lindsey & Alison’s own plastic free journeys like?
- What are the opportunities of the sister/co-founder relationship?
Click here to listen to this podcast with Plaine Products.
Plaine Products Review: Personal Care Products that Make Your Hair, Skin, and Planet Glow
We give you the scoop behind Plaine Products body and hair care. Learn how these natural products are elevating self-care routines.
- How does Plaine Products work?
- What are some of the benefits of using Plaine Products?
- What are some of the most popular products and why?
Click here to read our complete Plaine Products Review.
Our Partner: Plaine Products
The first step to change is letting people know about the cause, and our partners at Plaine Products are all about making change in the world of single-use plastic elimination!
Plaine Products is one family’s answer to the earth’s single-use plastic crisis—offering plastic-free personal care products that are good for you, your family, and the planet. Plaine Products is a certified B Corporation and 1% for the Planet member. They teamed up with us to spread the word on plastic waste so that you might join them in their dream to have less plastic waste in the world.