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#SMALLCHANGES - THE BATHROOM

The bathroom is that special place where you get to treat yourself and your body to some much-needed care at the beginning and end of each day. Luckily, it is also a place where you have SO many options to reduce your plastic and carbon footprint without giving up that lovely self-care routine!

We therefore absolutely love these community tips on how to be more sustainable in the bathroom.


LET’S SWITCH TO ALL BARS

I have made a switch to bar soaps instead of plastic bottles for my shampoo, conditioner and hand wash. @sustainable.elle

 

FOR YOUR LADY PARTS

Ditch the feminine products and switch to a menstrual cup or cloth pads. This is hugely impactful environmentally (all those chemicals and cotton saved!) but also healthy for your lady parts and it will save you $$. @naturallyjackielane

 

TAKE IT SLOW

Slowly replace your plastic products with plastic-free options as you use them up, for example when your shampoo runs out - switch to a bar or when you need a new toothbrush - go for bamboo. This makes it less overwhelming, less expensive and saves waste. @commondandelion

 

LOVE YOUR COMPOST

Add a compost bin in the bathroom since there are so many items which are compostable such as cotton balls, toilet paper inserts, paper q-tips, tissues, hair, nail clippings etc. @practically.simple


START WITH HYGIENE

I have changed my oral hygiene products to Georganicsuk’s bamboo toothbrush, natural toothpaste and natural floss. @debbi_

 

THE BIDET SWITCH

I think that the bidet is the invention of the century because it completely cancels the need for toilet paper. @tal_bahr

 

We LOVE SHARING these small changes with our community and HERE are other fantastic #smallchanges tips in our series for you to check out.

 

This blog post was written by the Nature Unite team with tips from our brilliant community!

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