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Plastic-Free Pumice Stone Review

While I was abroad in France this past summer I stumbled upon a soap shop selling a few zero waste items, including this plastic-free pumice stone. Package Free Shop sells a similar one for $5 although they’re currently sold out. I really like my pumice stone. Sometimes in the summer months my feet begin to dry and I hate feeling self-conscious about it, especially when I’m wearing sandals. The pumice stone gently removes dead skin, leaving your feet fresh and clean.

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Raw Elements Sunscreen

When I began to make the switch to plastic and toxic free products, I realized I needed to replace my sunscreen which was both toxic and packaged in plastic. Almost all sunscreens have carcinogens which are substances that can cause cancer. It’s unfortunate, because many people coat their faces and bodies with sunscreen to protect themselves from the suns harmful UV rays but end up coating themselves with a different harmful substance.

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Quip Toothbrush Review; Worth the Plastic?

My old electric toothbrush was huge. It took up a considerable amount of space on my bathroom countertop and was a hassle to travel with. When I switched to regular manual toothbrushes they weren’t cleaning as well as I wanted them to. That’s why when I discovered Quip I bought a toothbrush even though it goes against my plastic-free values.

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Schmidt's Deodorant Review

When it came to natural, zero-waste deodorant, I struggled. I tried to make multiple types of DIY baking soda deodorant after deciding to stop rubbing toxic chemicals onto my skin and they just didn’t cut it for me. I smelled bad after sweating the tiniest bit, the mixture was a pain to rub on and left me feeling greasy, and it stained my white shirts yellow.

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