Updated: Jun 13
With all the hype around for reducing plastic usage, this is a great way to be involved. Dean who makes the soaps, shampoo, deodorants and more is super talented. I have several of his products and they are so much better than the plastic bottled big brands that I used to use.
Here are a few items that may interest you.
Looking for a brilliant soap that is full of natural ingredients? This soap bar with Lavender, Rosemary, Tea Tree & Calendula Petals and Green Clay is a great option. Made with Lavender and rosemary essential oils to soothe the body and mind combined with healing organic tea tree essential oil and calendula with cleansing green clay with a generous amount of organic shea butter. There are many others to choose from too.
How about something amazing for your hair too. This Organic Broccoli Seed Oil shampoo bar for Normal / Dry hair could be the one for you. Moroccan lava clay has been used for centuries to clean the hair and scalp. He has combined this traditional cleanser with organic oils of broccoli seed, rosemary, tea tree, ylang ylang and Shea butter to help combat problems associated with dry hair and scalp. It also has Pro-vitamin B5 and organic tapioca so will also help make hair more manageable. This bar has a refreshing herbal scent with floral top notes.
Who loves a Lemon Sherbet? I can think of a wizard head master that does. And if you do too, you can smell amazing with this solid Deodorant. I have the cool mint variety and it is amazing. Made with bacteria busting magnesium hydroxide (you might know that better as milk of magnesia), organic tapioca starch to help deal with perspiration and a nice percentage of moisturising butters and oils plus vitamin E to keep those underarms in tip top condition.
You can start your plastic free changes by getting these amazing products, and more from his website. The website is really easy to navigate too.
As with all my small business blogs, there are many more items that you can find on their website, clicking photos will take you to the main site or the specific page they came from. Please also have a look back at my previous blogs, you may find something you like.