True playtime perfection! Watch as your child's imagination goes wild with Bannor Toys' handmade wooden camera. Snap! Cheese! Smile! The perfect Montessori toy for the littlest photographer in your life. Made from all-maple hardwood, this camera is sure to stand up to rough and tumble play.
Crafted in Iowa from unstained all-natural wood with an organic flaxseed finish, which is not normally a source of allergies in kids. The adhesives used are also completely organic, so toys are non-toxic and safer alternatives for little ones.
On sale $ 72.00 $ 66.00
A Wild Soap Bar
$ 72.00 $ 66.00
This handsomely handmade organic bar soap gift collection from A Wild Soap Bar showcases some of North America's most beneficial native plants. Each month a new one emerges, reminding us of the seasonality of all life.
To best preserve their individual scents, remove soaps from gift box and store each one separately so that they're not touching.
Made from a minimum of 75% post-consumer recycled glass, the robust BottlesUp 22-ounce water bottle has a wide mouth and a comfortable rounded lip, making it easy to drink from and super easy to clean. A food-grade silicone cap and matching grip rings make this a true work of art for your desk, home, or other place you tend to hang your hat. We love these as gifts or for ourselves, and know you will too!
Bottles are designed by an architectural glass artist and handcrafted using ancient techniques in a modern facility. Using recycled glass, the semi-automatic process gives each bottle it’s own texture and brilliance - something not found in fully-manufactured bottles.
Glass is the purest and healthiest material to use for beverages, so these are fun and safe to drink from. Free of known toxins including Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), and polycarbonates, which research has shown can compromise human health. Unlike other portable water bottles, glass does not leave lingering odors, residue or buildup. And a bonus, you can see what’s in there! The midsection taper and silicone rings provide “gription,” allowing an easy, comfortable grasp of the bottle. The sturdy design of a BottlesUp glass water bottle ensures it can handle everyday tumble.
Glass is the environmentally responsible choice. These bottles are sourced and made by skilled glass craftspeople in Mexico. The food-grade silicone accessories are produced in Maine. There's no plastic in the product or packaging, a commitment to both health and the environment. This dedication to creating a truly green product gives BottlesUp the lowest carbon footprint in the industry.
If you're grasping for straws, try replacing your disposables with this notably natural alternative. No more plastic, inks, dyes, or throw-away trash. These certified organic straws are reusable, durable, beautiful and cut from nature.
Juice, ice tea, smoothies, cocktails, kombucha - whatever you or your kids' favorite drink, a bamboo straw completes it. It's like drinking from nature. And we've included a handy cleaning brush to wash them out for years of use.
Story ~ The good folks at Bambu first discovered these straws in Bali, when a small outdoor cafe served mango smoothies with them. They spent months looking for the right source. Not too big, not too small. Uniform. Finally, they found the perfect fit and now hand-finish these fun straws in their workshop to be sip ready for you.
If you keep your eye on the goal, living a cleaner lifestyle should happen gradually and quite naturally. After all, detoxification is a journey to be lived for years, not a destination to arrive at in 7 days. Dr. Mary Shackelton, MPH, ND explains...
Sea Buckthorn has been thoroughly researched in over 130 modern scientific studies that have found that this berry truly promotes health. For instance, it contains more than 190 biologically active compounds that can nourish the body's cells to protect the skin from free radicals and the natural aging process.
If you’re in the habit of reading your product labels, which in our opinion is a pretty good habit to get into, you may have noticed a mysterious ingredient called “fragrance.” What does it actually mean? Let’s break it down.
With the sunny summer days ahead it’s important to remind ourselves of the dangers associated with too much sun exposure. Before you throw on your flip-flops and swimsuit and head out the door to the pool or beach, take a moment to evaluate your risk and take the proper steps to reduce exposure to harmful UV rays. Here’s a handy checklist of the highest risk factors to keep in mind when preparing for the sun.