A Wild Soap Bar
This gorgeous shaving kit from A Wild Soap Bar features a sustainable hardwood shaving bowl with lid, matching pure badger hair shaving brush, and 3.25 oz organic moisturizing shaving soap...all in a small, rustic burlap bag.
Soaps from A Wild Soap Bar are a joy to use while raising awareness of the many benefits of using wild-crafted and organically grown botanicals. Each is handcrafted in the USA, biodegradable, cruelty-free, and minimally packaged with recycled and recyclable materials.
This set of beautiful seasonally themed illustrations by Glob Colors is perfect for watercolor painting and other creative projects. Eco-friendly by design, each image is printed with vegetable inks on 100% post-consumer 100 lb paper.
rareEARTH's Cairo pillar candles feature a 100% pure and distinctive blend of Lemongrass, Clove Leaf, and Bois de Rose essential oils. Everything that goes into a rareEARTH candle is sourced from the earth ~ pure, GMO-free soy wax from farms in the Midwestern USA, natural mineral colors, all-cotton wicks, and real artisan-blended aromas.
Poured by hand in their Minneapolis studio, these one-of-a-kind candles are individually hand-colored using mineral pigments with the rich qualities of naturally occurring Ochers, Siennas, Umbers, Micas, and Natural Iron Oxides. This makes them tremendously gorgeous and individually unique, as each candle varies slightly from the others. True works of art.
This unique selection of supremely popular gardening tools from Fisher Blacksmithing includes a handcrafted wide trowel, three-tined hand rake, and square blade hoe. Ideal for planting and maintaining your garden year-round.
Each tool is crafted using traditional blacksmithing tools and techniques, resulting in incredibly unique heirloom-quality gardening tools. The hand-forged metal is consciously set into an American black walnut wood handle, making each tool extremely durable with added heft in the garden. The weight and strength of the tools support increased capability when working with all varieties of soil, and the turned handle provides additional support and comfort while handling.
These time-tested and sustainably produced tools not only leave a minimal footprint on the earth during creation and use, they promote a more sustainable and healthy lifestyle by encouraging local gardening and growing.
The holiday season is a time of warmth, family, friends and love. Homes are beautifully decorated, from pumpkins and wreaths to stockings and trees. With so much effort put into crafting the perfect atmosphere for everyone to enjoy, it’s important to consider the quality of our cherished environments from every angle. The idea of holidays and toxins may not seem to go together, yet fragrances and candles traditionally used to set the scene are often some of the biggest chemical culprits! So when creating memories with loved ones this season, why not make sure they’re happy and healthy ones...
“Pinkwashing.” A term used to describe companies that position themselves as leaders in the fight against breast cancer while engaging in practices that may be contributing to rising rates of the disease. This October, I'm sick of finding pink ribbons “supporting breast cancer research” on products that actually contain chemicals linked to breast cancer! So how are you supposed to know which companies are pinkwashing and which ones are actually leaders in the fight against breast cancer? Here are a few tips to help you navigate the sea of pink ribbons and to avoid products that contain cancer-causing chemicals.
Many of us are aware that in the grand scheme of things plastics aren’t that great for the human body. There are many harmful chemicals associated with plastic, including BPA, a chemical “hardener” that is associated with endocrine disruption in the human body. The daily exposure and inhalation of toxins definitely adds up. Unfortunately, plastics are so ubiquitous that it’s unlikely their manufacture will cease anytime soon. It’s time that we measure success as a nation by improvements in human health, not just economic progress.
Let’s be real, those Skittles colors are as unnatural as the evening’s theme. But does this mean no candy for the kiddos and your house being pegged as that family who passes out pencils, pennies or apples? Have no fear! Here are some tips on candies and costumes that should help you navigate Halloween's dangerous waters while remaining cool as a toxin-free cat.