We’re always looking for new products to include in our packs, and if you’ve used one you love, please let us know! If it passes all our goodness checks and we put it into a pack, we’ll also give you 10% off your next order.
We love this local Aussie brand for their philosophy of “simplicity is the key to understated beauty and an organised life”. Something that’s clear in all their beautiful kitchen products.
Stylish alternatives to common plastic products that are highly durable and an absolute joy to use. Everything they make is sustainable and biodegradable first by design.
Katherine Mahoney Ceramics
We’re very jealous of Katherine’s leafy garden studio! Her hand-thrown ceramic soap dishes all come in neutral stoneware, so they will compliment any bathroom or kitchen style perfectly.
Championing a minimal waste lifestyle since 1983, we love Minimal Essentials because of their story, and the phenomenal amount of plastic each bar saves going to landfill.
Created after seeing some of the world’s most beautiful coastlines ruined by plastic waste, Yeseco helps reduce our dependency on plastic in everyday products, without compromising on style.
Brush It On
Brush It On was created to help you make conscious choices without sacrificing your lifestyle. 100% of profits from their zero-waste products go directly to organisations that protect the world’s oceans, forests, and wildlife.
Church Farm General Store
A cute family grown business who live in a church on a farm lovingly making small batch botanical soap. Using ingredients they have grown they make the soap from scratch and by hand (without any fake stuff).
Jentl believes in making meaningful and well-designed non-disposable products that helps to reduce your impact on the world around you by living a more sustainable lifestyle.
Shampoo With A Purpose
We love Shampoo With A Purpose because of the phenomenal win win of their products. Great to use, and replaces up to 6 bottles of shampoo and conditioner. That’s a lot of plastic saved.
We love Wanderlightly for everything they do to empower others to reduce the plastic in their lifestyle (and the fact they donate 5% of their products to conservation projects).