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BER months shopping: Eco-friendly gifts

It’s the season of giving and it's time we give back to Mother Earth. What better way to spread awareness about plastic pollution than by giving eco-friendly gifts? Need some cool ideas? Okay then! Let's dive in.

1. Reusable Metal Straws. This is the last straw! Yes, we’re serious. If you're a newbie to this zero waste lifestyle, take your first step by grabbing a reusable straw today. Baby steps and we'll be with you along the way! You’re not just saving a turtle’s life, but all marine life!

2. Salute the Reuser tote bag. Tote bags are always great because it’s roomy and can hold loads of stuff, it’s versatile, stylish, and most importantly, it’s very durable and long lasting. You can never go wrong with tote bags!

3. KeepCup. Designed for coffee on-the-go, but here in the Philippines, people can’t get enough of milk tea. It’s literally everywhere! Milk tea’s are usually placed in single-use plastic cups. Help reduce plastic waste by giving your friends or family a KeepCup. It’s the perfect cup for coffee heads or milk tea lovers. 4. Shampoo/Conditioner Bar. Taking it to a whole new level! You've probably heard how much plastic waste shampoo and conditioner bottles create. It's time to switch it up! Not only is it eco-friendly, it's also organic, which is totally better for you and our planet. There are plenty of shampoo and conditioner bars out there.


5. Bamboo Toothbrush. Most of us brush our teeth with a typical plastic toothbrush, which is also adding up to landfill-clogging plastic. Bamboo toothbrushes are biodegradable and naturally antimicrobial. Waste-free and organic!


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