Plastic Free July with Goodgirl xo

Plastic Free July with Goodgirl xo

We are in for Plastic Free July. Join the challenge and reduce your single use plastic.

Plastic Free July is all about sharing ideas and making a difference, enabling you to take next steps and feel great about the things you can change (and not stress about those you cannot).

To go completely plastic free is not easy. We want to start in one room and reduce  as much plastic as we can. 

Spend $35 or more on your goodies in July and a free Konjac sponge will automatically be added to your cart

 Our Goodgirl journey is starting in the bathroom...

...by adding many amazing plastic free products to our store. New Zealand made where possible.

 

Konjac sponges - a great way to ditch the single use make-up wipes

A Konjac sponge is a 100% natural sponge made from the root of the konjac plant. No chemical additives added. Completely compostable.

Plastic free haircare - no plastic bottles in the shower

Shampoo and Conditioner by Kalla Beauty

Free from the nasties which are found in many traditional style products – no petroleum based products, silicones, parabens, or SLS, so you can be confident that our products are safe for even the smallest members of your household.

 

Hair Mask by Maiden masque

Perfect blend of vitamins, minerals, proteins and oils for gorgeously luscious locks.

 

Plastic free deodorant & skincare by Raw Nature

Skincare is only as good as the ingredients used to create them, right?

So when an "all natural" product has toxic chemicals or solvents in its product list we think that's - well just not right. How is this "natural"

 

Soap - Old school and easy as always

Baby soap (for bub, mom and dad) Handmade in NZ by Fair & Square.

Soap handmade in NZ by KallaBeauty.

 

Period Cup made by Hello Cup

One Hello Cup is the equivalent of over 2000 of those white (bleached), turtle-choking, landfill-hogging wee plugs.

 

If you need reusables to ditch the single-use plastic at home, use what you have, buy second hand and support local businesses.

 


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