Water Wipes are said to be one of the purest baby wipes. Let’s take a look into the sustainability, if they’re biodegradable, contain plastic and much more.
Learn how to be more eco-friendly at home. Applying small, sustainable changes across different areas of your abode will help you to create a much more eco home.
Silk is known as an elegant material but does this mean it’s environmentally friendly or not. Find out here if the production of silk is sustainable.
Bamboo is often seen as a green alternative. But is bamboo really eco friendly or does its production have negative environmental impacts? Find out here.
Balloons are a party stable like no other but they’re not eco-friendly. What about biodegradable balloons? Let’s take a look at these and eco-friendly balloon alternatives.
Forget about plastic cleaning products full of toxic chemicals and Spruce up your house! Read my Spruce review about refillable, eco-friendly cleaning products.
Resin is widely used in a number of different industries, but how eco-friendly is it? Let’s take a look at the types of resin and their environmental impact.
Cotton may be a natural, renewable fibre but it does come with an environmental cost. Especially cotton pads and buds. Read why and about the sustainable alternatives.
Lazy Flora are aiming to bring people closer to nature through their plant delivery subscription in the UK. Read up on my Lazy Flora review here.
Traditional toothpastes are often full of synthetic chemicals that end up washed into our water. Eco friendly toothpaste offer you a green alternative. Learn more here.
Celebrating with confetti doesn’t have to bad for wildlife and the environment. Learn about natural biodegradable confetti here and opt for this at your next party.
E-waste is quickly becoming one of the biggest global waste streams. Here’s why e-waste recycling is important and how it should be done properly in the UK.