Think Dirty’s 12 Days of Gifting: Day 10 — The Environmental Activist
On the tenth day of gifting my true love gave to me…an environmental activist. They’re ecoconscious and advocate for all causes big and small that preserve the Earth we all walk on. They’re the friend that reminds you to compost and always have tips on reducing your carbon footprint. They love the planet and will love these environmentally conscious gifts
Cleaning Essentials Cobalt Blue Bottle
We all know how harmful chemical cleaners can be for the environment and how wasteful the single use plastic bottles they come in are. This refillable glass spray bottle from Cleaning Essentials allows you to make all natural, non-toxic cleaner at home. It comes with five recipes printed on the side of the bottle that target all household cleaning needs, heavy duty, all purpose, veggie wash, granite, and glass.
Ditch the plastic with Plaine Products. This nourishing conditioner comes in a biodegradable aluminum bottle. It uses the healing properties of rosemary, mint, and vanilla to give nutrients to uplift dull hair to a smooth silky glory. This vegan conditioner provides more hydration the longer you leave it in. It’s suitable for all hair types, so no matter how curly or straight or colored your environmental activist’s hair is, they’ll love it.
One Ocean Beauty Deep Sea Moisturizer
A moisturizer that’s inspired by the world oceans. This lightweight moisturizer gives hydration that lasts all day long. It also contains protective marine actives from the Antarctic. Even in the cold weather, it is cryoprotective to help skin retain moisture. It’s filled with nutrients from algae found in the Sea of Japan to soothe inflammation and brightens the skin while peptides and proteins stimulate collagen and elasticity. This holiday season, give the gift that gives back as One Ocean Beauty contributes to the restoration and preservation of the Oceans in partnership with Oceana.
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