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If you’re reading this, it’s likely you’ve seen some of the devastating stats around the beauty industry and its impact on the environment. Like the fact that beauty brands create over 120 billion units of plastic packaging every year, nearly all of it destined for a landfill. But I’ve got good news for you: It’s totally possible to create a zero-waste skincare routine that leaves you with healthy, glowing skin and a sense of pride in your green beauty products.
Remember that sustainable business practices don’t have to be massive, sweeping changes. Taking the baby steps makes a big difference when you multiply it across thousands of businesses in the US. What we need is for business owners to step up and implement the sustainable business practices that are within their reach.
Zero Waste Week 2022 is September 5-9. Whether you’re eco-curious and ready to try some plastic-free alternatives, or you’re a seasoned eco-warrior on a mission to take your carbon footprint from miniscule to non-existent, we’re bringing you our best tips to green your routine and make your home a sustainable haven.
Here at Cloud Paper, we’re all about reducing waste and offering sustainable solutions to common household items. Plastic doesn’t really decompose and also sheds microplastics into the ecosystem, so you know we’re not a fan of the material. But plastic sponges are so useful! We’re not going to deny it. What we are going to do is to discuss their pros and cons and what alternatives you can use instead.
The term zero-waste means exactly what it sounds like — that nothing is wasted. And it's actually the natural state of the planet. The circle of life in itself is a zero-waste system. Waste is a distinctly human problem. To create things that last beyond their useful lifespan and have no further purpose is a very modern concept. The key to going zero-waste is to understand how the cycle of life works, and learn how to “close the loop” (which is another way of saying zero-waste).
Why is bamboo toilet paper so expensive? In short, it has a lot to do with sourcing a more sustainable substance: bamboo. Today, we’re pulling back the curtain and doing a deep dive into why bamboo toilet paper can be a bit more costly — but (we think) ultimately worth it.