Do away with disposable wipes and cotton pads, and remove even the toughest makeup using nothing but water. The microfibres swell to grab and hold the makeup, meaning no more money wasted on makeup remover.
This cruelty-free, non-toxic nail varnish will take your manicure to the next level. Gone are the harsh smells and chemicals, the Karma polish is chip-resistant and all the packaging is recyclable.
This deodorant uses 100% natural ingredients to keep you smelling fresh all day, including arrowroot, coconut, shea butter, activated charcoal, and banana extract. It’s packaged in recycled glass, and 5% of the profits goes to charity.
Cut down on plastic from travel-sized mini-shampoos and conditioners with reusable bottles like these. They’re all under 100ml so you can take them on board with you in your hand luggage.
Made with eco-friendly materials, this showerhead features micro nozzle technology. That means smaller, denser
outlet holes, which increases the speed and pressure of the water flow, as well as saving up to 30% of your water.
Made from recycled aluminium & renewable bamboo, these brushes are cruelty-free, vegan, and certified by PETA. This set includes 5 brushes, 3 beauty look cards, and a cosmetics case, all packaged in 100% tree-free paper.
If the reusable silicone q-tips aren’t your cup of tea, you still don’t need to resort back to plastic. These environmental alternatives are 100% cotton and bamboo. They’re fully compostable, and come in packs of 200.
Made from all natural ingredients, this dental floss comes in a reusable stainless steel container to cut down on plastic wastage. It’s also 100% biodegradable – you can even put it on your compost heap.
This tan accelerator is part of an ecological range of feel-good tanning products, which feature fully recyclable packaging and are all free from any animal testing. It can help perfect your tan without you having to spend as long in the sun.
Glitter might seem harmless, but it’s a microplastic, which makes it truly terrible for the environment. This alternative is made primarily from eucalyptus, which not only means that it biodegradable, but also makes it much softer than plastic glitters.
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