This week, we are thrilled to welcome eight new brands to our range of Thought Living partners; and are now stocking even more products from a couple of our existing brands too. Each of these products givesus the opportunity to think more carefully about the small ways we can live more sustainably; from natural beauty products to eco-friendly dental care, making a small change will have a huge impact on the environment.
Read on to discover our favourites from the collection.
Geoorganics Spearmint Toothpaste Tablets
Geoorganics is a natural and sustainable oral care company, who seek to source their ingredients as locally as possible. The spearmint toothpaste tablets are made from non-toxic ingredients and help to restore a healthy pH balance to your mouth, maintain good dental health and leave your breath fresh.
Upcircle Hemp and Cotton Makeup Wipes
Say goodbye to disposable, single-use wipes with these new reusable wipes from Upcircle. Each pack includes seven pads, one for each day of the week; and a cotton mesh bag. Simply put the wipes in the bag and pop it in the washing machine, hang them up to dry and reuse again.
The Humble Co. Natural Dental Floss Picks
Whilst normal dental floss is made from and coated in plastic, The Humble Co. have created these incredible dental floss picks, made from cornstarch. They are dentist-approved and make flossing easy. The eco-friendly packaging is made from paper too, meaning it can be composted after use.
Cru Kafe Organic Espresso Capsules
These organic coffee capsules are compatible with a Nespresso machine, and have a milk chocolate, malt biscuit and caramel aroma. The capsules are made from 100% aluminium and are recyclable. We recommend using the Dualit Ecopress capsule recycler to make the recycling process easier.
Kind2 Shampoo and Conditioner Bars
Kind2 creates shampoo and conditioner bars that are convenient, long-lasting and natural. Designed to help balance your hair's pH levels, these shampoo and conditioner bars work well on normal, dry, curly and straight hair. Take these bars on the go in the handy Kind2 linen bag, and you'll never want to use a plastic shampoo bottle again!
Last Object Reusable Cotton Bud
These reusable and sustainable cotton bud alternatives help to reduce the huge volume of single-use cotton buds that are thrown away every day. Useful for makeup touch ups, simply wash your cotton bud in some warm water and use it again. Store your cotton bud in its corn-based carry case for safe keeping.
Beauty Made Easy are on a mission to be completely plastic free by 2023. Their new cosmetic line, 'Le Papier' is their first step to achieving this. The lipsticks are zero plastic, biodegradable and vegan; and at the same time moisturise and nourish the lips. These products make wonderful Christmas presents and stocking fillers.
Nouare was founded by Marie, who makes all of her jewellery pieces from her Brighton studio, by hand. Her goal is to create beautiful jewellery that is sustainable and long-lasting. The Moon-Face necklace is handmade and plated with 18ct gold vermeil, and the moon is inspired by the drawings of Jean Cocteau.
Bambaw Reusable Kitchen Paper Towel
This reusable kitchen towel is made from bamboo, is super absorbent and strong; it can even be used to gently wipe skin. Bamboo naturally contains antibacterial properties, meaning it is the preferred choice for any cleaning task.