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Zero-Waste Companies Led By Modern Women

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Zero-Waste solutions are now a popular choice mainly because of climate change, plastic pollution, and so many issues involving the environment.

As a result, people have become conscious of their usage of plastic and look for more eco-friendly products.

If you want to live a zero-waste lifestyle, wouldn’t you want to patronize products and/or companies who do the same?  What makes it all the more wonderful is that these companies are led by women!  

These women entrepreneurs have a burning passion to save the environment.

Eco-friendly Zero-Waste Pest Repellant Earth Kind

Do you want to drive insects away from your loved ones but you’re afraid they might ingest it? Earth Kind is a non-toxic, eco-friendly, plant-based insect repellant.

Now you don’t have to use harmful chemicals to keep pests away.

Earth Kind’s formula is highly offensive to pests but not to humans! It’s packed with essential oils (lemongrass, peppermint, and thyme) and plant fiber.

Here’s why the company is eco-friendly:

EarthKind operates with a 2% carbon footprint. They also hire a 20% developmentally disabled workforce for assembly of their products. Now, isn’t that amazing?

Ethique, the world’s first zero-waste and most sustainable lifestyle beauty brand

It is a company owned by women with a mission to be 100% sustainable with ethically sourced products, made from natural and effective ingredients.

One bar of their shampoo is equivalent to 3 bottles of liquid shampoo. Imagine how many plastic bottles are spared per purchase?

Furthermore, it’s actually better for you because their bars are 100% soap-free, yet they clean your hair and scalp thoroughly. It’s best for people with damaged hair and those who often use dyes and chemicals in their hair.

It provides extreme hydration resulting in supremely nourished hair without being greasy. What more could you ask for?

Eco-friendly Bee’s Wrap

Toss out that cling wrap and zip locks and use Bee’s wrap instead. It’s a sustainable and natural alternative to plastic wrap.

CEO Sarah Kaeck uses organic custom-woven fabric from India, tree resin from Indonesia, jojoba oil and beeswax from the US, with a packaging made from 100% recycled paper and biodegradable cellulose.

With it, you can wrap fruits, bread, salad, candies, or even use it as a placemat. This would be a perfect gift for your friend who wanted to switch to zero-waste living. Have I mentioned that it’s washable, reusable, and compostable?

Unlike single-use plastics, you can use this for a long time because it is made with high-quality raw materials.

And the best thing about it is you won’t be polluting the environment.

Do you want eco-friendly food packaging?

Ukonserve , the most suitable ZERO WASTE lunchbox alternative

Owned by entrepreneurs Lynn Julian and Chance Claxton, they created the company by wanting to make a difference, specifically by making kid’s school lunches more eco-friendly.

DOING OUR PART TO PROTECT THE PLANET:

“We believe that small changes have a huge impact. One reusable solution can save thousands of single-use plastic bags, containers, bottles, straws, and utensils from our oceans and landfills.” -Ukonserve’s Amazon site

These are food-grade stainless steel lunch boxes with leak-resistant plastic lids that are also dishwasher safe.  There are free of BPA, phthalates, and lead.

Unlike plastics, stainless steel material doesn’t retain odor and taste. Treat your kid and the environment with a lunch box that will make the world a better place for the next generation.

Here’s a zero-waste starter kit to ease into transition!

Committing to a 100% zero-waste lifestyle is not always an easy thing to do.  However, these products are highly accessible to us and can make the transition smoother.

These modern women were once like you.  They didn’t know when or how to start.  They just wanted to make a change and make the world a better place. You, too, can make that change.

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