Works so well on hard to clean stuff and works great to hold suds from a bar of dish soap. Love it.
I’ve had this brush for about 3 months now, using it daily. Bristles haven’t worn down much and it’s in good condition overall. The handle however sucks! Within about a month and half of using it, the brush head was getting wobbly as the metal part that holds the brush head was pulling out of the handle. Then just last week the metal part of the handle which hold the brush head in place just totally fell out of the handle (see pic). I was able to shove it back in and give it a few bangs, but it’s still very wobbly. I really thought the handle would last for hopefully years, not months. Pretty disappointed. The brush head itself is very good though.
There isn’t really enough (if any) oil in this to make it a useful scrub. It is really just a jar of separate sugar, which is so scattered, you can’t keep it in one place to scrub with it. The sugar just falls away.
So useful - I don't know how we managed without it! Love that you can twist off the bottom part and use them separately as well.
My morning skincare routine is a mist of the rosewater toner and then a few drops of argan oil (both from the bulk section) to moisturize my face and then I layer on a small amount of this tinted SPF. It's kind of shiny at first but then absorbs into my skin and is very moisturizing. It gives me a dewy look which I like. I have pretty fair skin and the product looks dark in the tin but the the color doesn't really show up on my skin, whereas the face & body sunscreen (non tinted version) makes me look more pale. It doesn't substitute for makeup like the Avasol one does because it's not very pigmented. This picture is about 20 mins after applying.
Disclaimer: I am a co-owner of Eco Collective. I used to regularly purchase this product myself and loved it so much that I curated it for our shop to share with you :)
I can use them for everything in the kitchen. I love that I can ring them out and rinse them off in the sink if I need to!
Thank you for making this event happen. Truly a once in a lifetime experience! 😍 I’m not the type to sign up for a cooking class, but the virtual environment allowed me to try it out in my own home and emboldened me to ask questions. I was blown away by the depth and expertise of Chef Daniel’s explanations and answers. I not only picked up some new skills, I now understand *why* each method works. Highly recommend!
I have type 3b hair and believe me wash day is in NEED of a good conditioner. Loved this stuff, super hydrating, great slip, easy to detangle and you can get it here, eco friendly and all! I’m super excited, impressed and happy ! Definitely will be repurchasing it
To all curly girls who are wondering, I’m impressed ! Loved the product, although I did use with a mousse for extra hold, but together it lasted days which is every curl girls dream right? Highly recommended if your trying to be more eco friendly/conscious
This soap block is really beautiful and definitely better than just leaving soap/shampoo bars on the edge of the bathtub, but I feel like water still pools up a little bit under the bars. That said, I don't have a better method for letting them dry out at the moment so I'm still happy with this solution!
My coarse, thick, and dry curly hair (3a-3c) loved this stuff! My hair was starting to get pretty dried out after only using conditioner bars for a couple of months, and using this once totally restored my curls. I used it two wash days in a row and it was definitely a little too much moisture the second time around, so I'll treat this as a true deep conditioner and alternate between using this and my conditioner bars. The mango smell is a great added bonus - smells like real mango and isn't overpowering! 10/10 recommend
This is exactly what I was looking for! The conditioner powder/paste mix is perfect in every way. Comes in a zero -plastic paper zip bag, fun to make, leaves my hair silky smooth, reasonably priced for the quality. I only wish it’d come in a bulk size or they can restock. So glad I found this. Will repurchase!
When I switched to shampoo bars I started out using Friendly from the UK. It worked great but I wanted something closer to home/lower carbon footprint. The sage on the mountain bar finally was my local match! I have fine but curly hair so I need a carefully balanced bar to cut down frizz but without too much oil. These bars are perfect, no nasty residue and the sent is wonderful. Warning, the first couple of times I used the bar the scent was strong, but the smell after washing and when your hair is dry is mild so don't worry.
I absolutely love this bar! It leaves my curly hair so soft and moisturized! It is the best conditioner I have found for my hair and even more amazing that it is plastic free! I love using a bar soap and conditioner too as it's so easy for travel with less mess. I hope the company that makes these never stops or changes the formula.
Since these filters are a set of two, they're extremely cost effective compared to a box of 100 disposable filters, which I usually find for $10-12. However, the second I started using this filter, I wondered why this product exists... I already composted my disposable filters, so this product makes me do the same thing but in a more difficult way. I still have to compost the grounds, but instead of just picking up the paper filter filled with wet grounds and plopping it into the compost bucket, now I have to take a still-hot cloth filter (because the coffee stains set in the longer you let it sit, I figured out), gingerly turn it inside out over the compost bin so I don't fling grounds everywhere, try to shake some out, and then use a dull knife to scrape the wet grounds out of the filter. It's impossible to get all the wet grounds off the filter, so some inevitably do go down the drain when I rinse the filter off. Almost every day coffee grounds end up on the floor or the counter, no matter how carefully I do this.
Bottom line: If I use this set of 2 filters for a couple years, I'll have undoubtedly saved money. But at this point, I don't think the mess and hassle of these are worth it compared to spending $12 a couple times a year.
Refillable floss that's biodegradable is great, but the corn floss breaks pretty much every other time I use it. I'll probably stick with it, but it does take some getting used to.
I was a bit concerned after reading the description that said it "may break in tight spots", but I have had no problems at all! I am impressed with the quality of the floss and will definitely continue to purchase.
I've been eating these mints on an almost regular basis after lunch. When I'm at work I'm usually in a hurry and don't have time to brush my teeth after so these mints are really nice and easy to use. I do want to point out though, that I only use them because of the xyletol in them and not actually for "fresh breath". I've only tried the orange flavor so far so I can't speak for the other flavors yet but It's definitely more like a candy.
It feels pretty much impossible to find a zero-waste toothpaste option that includes fluoride. Since my dentist told me I should be using toothpaste with fluoride in it, I have been on the hunt for a low waste option and these are the best ones by far!
I was excited to find this brush, but unfortunately it broke where the wood connects to the metal after less than a month of use. Thankfully it wasn't too pricey!
Toothbrush looks great and the handle feels good, however the bristles are pretty hard! I’d say they are more firm than my old plastic toothbrush which was labeled “medium”. Unfortunately, this brush does hurt my gums quite a bit. Also, I wish there was a different color option to avoid confusion with other members of the household. My husband’s has a charming piece of blue painters tape on his.
I’ve been waiting anxiously for any of the toothpaste tab brands to come out with a fluoridated version for u.s. customers. To my knowledge, these are the first and I love them! I’ve tried other, non-fluoridated, tabs (lush and etee) and really didn’t care for them. The unpaste tabs have a much more minty taste that reminds me more of traditional toothpaste, which is a plus to me. This also might be a feature of the fluoride ones since they probably have a lot less baking soda. (I have not tried unpaste without fluoride). Still getting used to the texture of these - they are definitely more watery and less foamy than what I’m used to, but that is a small price to pay.
I'm unfortunately traveling during the two days this event is offered, but I'm really looking forward to the next one! Please keep them coming.
Been using the stone for about a week and I've been enjoying it. I still sweat, but I am considerable less stinky with the stone. It's nice to have a deo that is low-waste and doesn't stain my clothes. Like others have mentioned, it's best to use the stone right out of the shower. If I forget and dry my pits I'll spritz them with a little rosewater or witch hazel to apply it. Appreciate the super fast shipping too.