Plastic Free July: 6 Easy Plastic-Free Beauty Swaps

Friday 30 July 2021


As Plastic Free July comes to a close for another year, I wanted to share my 6 Easy Beauty Swaps to keep the awareness going and inspire not only everyone reading this to make better, more eco-friendly consumer choices for the planet, but as a personal reminder that there's always more that I can do myself as well.

If you're new to going plastic-free, my advice would be to just start small with one swap and take it from there. It can be rather overwhelming if you try and change everything all at once, not to mention expensive, so use up what you have first and then make your next purchase a plastic-free one. 

I still have an awful amount of plastic in my bathroom and beauty routine as you'll no doubt see from my Empties posts, and I'm going, to be honest here and say that I'm not sure if I'll ever be able to follow a completely plastic-free lifestyle, but making some changes is better than doing nothing!

Here are 6 Easy Beauty Swaps you can try to reduce your plastic waste:-

1 - Swap Your Morning Cleanser For A Konjac Sponge with The Korean Konjac Facial Sponge* (£9.99, link)

Suitable for even sensitive skin, Konjac Sponges have been popular across Asia for decades and have in recent years started to pop up in sustainable bathrooms in the west thanks to their completely natural and biodegradable nature. Made from the Konjac plant, these sponges appear hard at first, but once submerged in water, they soften and expand. Their unique structure gently cleanses the skin and you'll find many Konjac sponges are infused with Red or Green Clay (such as above) to help absorb oil, dirt, and impurities. They're designed to be used on their own with just water for a refreshing morning cleanse, though you can add a tiny amount of your favourite cleanser to them if you wish.

Konjac sponges last around 2-3 months, after which they can be composted. If you try this and like it, there are also larger Body Sponges that you can replace plastic loofahs with for another easy swap!

2 - Swap Your Aerosol or Plastic Roll-On Deodorant For Ben & Anna Natural Deodorant* (60g, £9.95, link)

The natural deodorant market has literally exploded with more choice than ever before so swapping to a natural deodorant in eco-friendly packaging is one of the easiest swaps to make these days. I've reviewed so many over the years (check out some of my reviews here) and I often chop and change between different brands. 

My current favourite for summer has been this Ben & Anna Natural Deodorant in Persian Lime which has such a beautiful zesty and fresh citrusy scent. It comes packaged in a handy twist-up cardboard tube that's easy to recycle afterwards, and each purchase helps to support ocean cleaning projects around the world.

3 & 4 - Swap Your Toothpaste & Floss To Ben & Anna Natural Toothpaste* (100ml, £8.95, link) and Georganics Natural Activated Charcoal Floss* (£4.90, link)

I've talked about plastic-free dental routines in the past, and again, the market for these products has grown enormously due to consumer demand which is very encouraging to see. There are lots and lots of natural toothpaste to choose from and I have another favourite from Ben & Anna here who do a brilliant range of fluoride and fluoride-free options so you can pick the one to suit your personal needs. All of their toothpaste is packaged in glass jars with an aluminium lid and come with a little wooden spatula that you can use to dispense the paste straight onto your brush.

Don't stop with just toothpaste though! Dentists recommend that we should all be flossing at least once a day for optimal gum and mouth health so grab one of these Georganics Natural Activated Charcoal Floss that comes in a reusable glass jar and buy the refills whenever you run out.

4 - Swap Your Plastic Shampoo Bottle for Marley's Pure & Natural Shampoo* (50g, £11.50, link)

Natural shampoos are perhaps the trickiest swap so save this one for last if you're new to this as I have personally found them to be a bit of a journey to find ones that work for your hair. However, I'm currently enjoying Marley's sustainable Pure & Natural Shampoo in Euclayltpus and Green Clay which is specially formulated for oily/greasy hair types.

This is quite different from the usual natural shampoo bars that you see people using, as inside the plastic-free bag are natural shampoo flakes. To use it, you simply add hot water to the bag, leave for 30 minutes to dissolve and once cool, transfer it to a reusable bottle (this could be your previous plastic shampoo bottle). Pop the bottle into the fridge overnight to rest and come the morning, it's ready to use! This is a good one to try if you haven't had much luck with traditional shampoo bars, and instead prefer a liquid-based shampoo.

6 - Swap Your Hand & Body Wash For A Soap Bar* (100g, £2.49, link)

We've all been washing our hands like crazy during the pandemic and unfortunately, all of that plastic waste that's generated from hand wash bottles is adding up, so if you only do one of these swaps, make it this one. I've loved seeing old-school bars of soap come back into fashion again! Versatile to have next to every sink in your home, you can choose your favourite natural ingredients and scent and enjoy a truly plastic-free, zero-waste alternative. Once you've swapped your hand washes, why not try using a bar or two in the shower instead of shower gel? Another easy plastic-free swap!

What are your favourite plastic-free beauty swaps?

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Summer Skincare with Nourish London: 4 Favourites To Try

Thursday 29 July 2021


Nourish London are one of my favourite British natural and organic skincare brands and they have a whole host of products that could be included in a Summer Skincare feature. It was so hard to put this little edit together, but here are my top four to try.

If haven't heard of Nourish London before, check out my previous reviews here and all of their products are certified cruelty-free and vegan.

The Repairing Facial Treatment: Nourish London Probiotic Multi-Mineral Repair Mask* (30ml, £23.50, link)

With lockdown restrictions lifting and socialising back on the cards, you may be finding yourself spending a lot more time than usual out and about enjoying the sun and running errands in your favourite city. This is the time of the year when a facial treatment like Nourish's Probiotic Multi-Mineral Repair Mask comes in really handy to keep your skin protected against environmental aggressors such as pollution and free radicals.

Packed full of beneficial nutrients and minerals that have been formulated to make this face mask from a rather clever probiotic fermentation process, this repairing treatment does just that. It helps to boost collagen, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and restore firmness, for healthier, more supple skin. Key actives include Magnesium, Lavender and Damask Rose, with optimised Zinc, Copper and Iron all playing their part in this award-winning face mask.

Best of all, you only need 5 minutes to use it for a quick and easy pick-me-up or leave it on overnight for a more restorative treatment once a week.

The Supercharged Calming Mist: Nourish London Antioxidant Peptide Mist* (100ml, £22, link)

There's nothing better than a refreshing toner to spritz liberally all over the face when it's a hot and sticky day, so why not choose one hydrates, brightens, protects and calms your complexion at the same time? This Antioxidant Peptide Mist is a real hidden gem in Nourish's range and contains antioxidants such as Turmeric, Probiotic minerals, Hyaluronic Acid and plenty of anti-ageing Peptides to make a real difference to look and feel of your skin (with regular use of course!).

There's also a beautiful soothing blend of essential oils included in the mix to instantly help to calm both skin and the mind when you're having a busy or stressful day. Use day and night to enjoy the benefits.

The Glow Getter: Nourish London Illuminating Face Shimmer* (30ml, £18, link)

Gorgeous glowy skin can still be difficult to achieve during the summer months, but help is on hand with Nourish's Illuminating Face Shimmer which is one of my absolute summer-must-haves - I simply love this! Now newly packaged with a nifty self-locking smart pump that eliminates the need for a plastic cap, the Illuminating Face Shimmer is a versatile cream-based liquid highlighter. 

With a moisturising and collagen-boosting base of Hyaluronic Acid, Tripeptides, Argan Oil, extract of Tonka Bean and Shea Butter, this shimmer gets its name from the golden mineral particles which are suspended within the cream. To use it, simply dab a little onto fingertips and apply directly to the high points of the face to add light and luminosity, or you can apply it all over before or after your moisturiser for a radiant, sun-kissed glow.

The Multi-Tasking Hero: Nourish London Antioxidant Multi-Tasking Super Balm* (50ml, £32, link)

Whilst Summer is undoubtedly my favourite season, sometimes it doesn't like me all that much! Too much sun can lead to dryness or sunburn, and spending lots of time in busy cities with a lot of pollution can cause clogged skin and breakouts. Not to worry! You just need a huge pot of this amazing Antioxidant Multi-Tasking Super Balm in your skincare arsenal.

Made from a pure and natural potent blend of omega-rich plant oils and carefully chosen anti-ageing extracts like Marine Algae, this Super Balm really does work wonders on the skin and can be used in so many different ways. My favourites are as a rich balm cleanser to give a really deep clean; as a moisturising post-sun mask (leave on for around 20 minutes, then wipe away), and as a TLC balm for any particularly dry areas such as sunburn, chapped lips, rough feet and dry cuticles.

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Green Beauty: LoveLula Beauty Box - July 2021 review

Friday 16 July 2021

Featuring excellent value for money every single month, the LoveLula Beauty Boxes are a great way to treat yourself or a loved one to an exciting selection of green beauty goodies. I've been receiving these boxes for a few years now and they still do not disappoint!

Curious to find out more? Check out my previous LoveLula Beauty Box reviews here and below, you'll find a rundown of what's inside this month's box which is worth £58.

Soul Tree Kajal in Pure Black (RRP £14.20)

Made from an Ayurvedic traditional recipe that uses a 3000-year-old process, Soul Tree's Kajal's have a smooth and creamy texture which makes them glide on effortlessly without any dragging or pulling. Cruelty-free and free from a long list of 'nasties', this kajal instead uses natural pigments and ingredients such as Ghee, Camphor, and Organic Almond Oil to deliver a true alternative eyeliner. Amazing! Be sure to follow my Instagram Stories for a quick tutorial on how I use this.

Gallinée Probiotic Eye Contour Cream (RRP £22)

One of the original French natural beauty brands that were at the forefront of probiotic skincare, Gallinée's bestselling Eye Contour Cream has been specially formulated for the most sensitive and reactive eyes. It smoothes, protects, and soothes the delicate eye area and is just what I need after my recent laser eye surgery!

Bloomtown Lemongrass & Peppermint Deodorant Bar (RRP £10)

I featured this recently in my Summer Beauty Favourites so I'm thrilled to see it in this month's LoveLula beauty box as so many of you were asking about it on Instagram! This is one my favourite natural deodorants and has a bicarbonate-free formula that makes it suitable for sensitive pits.

Skin Alchemists Equilibrium Artisan Soap Bar (RRP £10)

Celebrate Plastic Free July with this gorgeous luxury Soap Bar from Skin Alchemists. I've tried one of their soaps before and I loved it so it's great to have another one back in my bathroom. The Equilibrium Bar has a beautifully fragrant blend of Lavender, Lime, Vetiver and Cedarwood and a lovely moisturising formula to keep hands nice and soft.

LoveLula Beauty Box* is a monthly subscription box priced at £13.95 with free postage in the UK. Visit to find out more.

Have you subscribed to LoveLula's Beauty Box?

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Tried & Tested: Infused Amphora Inhale 20% CBD Peace Cart & Vista Chrome Vape Pen review

Thursday 15 July 2021


If vaping isn't for you, then feel free to skip past this post, but I felt like I wanted to mention it on here as I've been using natural CBD-based vapes for a short while now to help with symptoms of stress and anxiety

Over the years, I've talked about using many different types of CBD products and I've tried lots of different formats, from edible gummies and teas to the now hugely mainstream CBD Oil drops. Check out my previous features on CBD here.

Vaping is a relatively new approach for me and before I properly get into this post, I just want to say that I don't use any nicotine-based vapes, I only use CBD ones. 

I was recently invited to try out an all-natural CBD vape from Infused Amphora and after doing some additional research, I was excited to give it a go.

Infused Amphora Inhale CBD in Peace (20% CBD, 0.3ml, £35, link)

Infused Amphora has a range of all-natural CBD Vapes as part of their Inhale CBD product line and each one features a different blend to help promote corresponding health benefits, e.g there's Peace, ZZZ, Inspire and Mend. 

What attracted me to this brand is that their vapes are made from only two natural ingredients; 20% CBD distillate sourced from 100% organically grown hemp and plant-sourced Terpenes for maximum benefit from the entourage effect. This is vastly different from the majority of vaping products on the market which usually contain a lot of additives, carrier oils, and questionable artificial ingredients. All of Infused Amphora's vapes are free from nicotine, pesticides, and THC free so you're getting a pure, natural, and vegan-friendly wellness product.

I decided to try the Peace vape cart which helps to take the edge of stress for a calm and tranquil feeling, and is described as an 'embrace of a warm hug'. It has a pleasant, non-bitter flavour with notes of sweet Wood, Peppercorn and Grapefruit and is incredibly smooth on the palate. 

Having used it daily for a few weeks now, I can say it definitely does help to promote a sense of calm and would suit those who have mild symptoms of anxiety and stress. If you find that you easily get upset or worried, give this a go and enjoy the rebalancing effect that CBD is so useful for.

Infused Amphora Vista Chrome Vape Pen* (£59, link)

Available in a range of colours, Infused Amphora's Vista Vape Pens are reusable and super sleek. The main features include a long-lasting smart 320 mAh battery and three power settings (2.8v, 3.2v and 3.6v) so you can choose your ideal vaping strength - these are shown by coloured lights on the LED indicator. Charging it is easy with the magnetic charging port that plugs into a USB adapter and with its fast click mechanism, using it is even easier.

These vape pens fit all of Amphora's cartridges and will fit most 510 thread carts as well which is the standard for the majority of mainstream vape pen devices. The carts fit neatly where the black part is (see first photo above) and I haven't had any issues with leaking or burnout which are more common with cheaper vape pens. As always, you get what you pay for!

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Worth The Hype: Laruce Luxury Makeup Brushes - Flat Foundation, Angle Contour & Highlighter Brushes review

Tuesday 13 July 2021


A favourite amongst many American beauty bloggers, Laruce has been making some noise online since they came onto the beauty scene in 2019. But are they worth the hype? 

Pre-Covid times, I was always a massive makeup fan and have been ever since I was a teenager. My arsenal of makeup brushes and tools has grown so much over the years, and I've tried out all of the big-name brands, alongside the niche and indie companies that produce them. You might think that a blusher brush, for example, is pretty much a standard shape so they'd all be the same, right? Wrong. 

Makeup brushes vary a lot! And sometimes, you get what you pay for. Case in point; Laruce.

I recently won a set of Laruce makeup brushes in a Twitter giveaway, and I was absolutely thrilled after seeing so many American beauty bloggers use them in makeup tutorials.  Laruce is completely vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, and the brand as a whole prides itself on being inclusive and actively encourages individualism, unity, compassion and empathy online.

I received three of their brushes to try out; the LR335 Flat Foundation Brush, LR334 Angle Contour Brush and LR308 Highlighter Brush. The bad news is that Laruce isn't readily available in the UK yet, but *spoiler alert*, it wouldn't surprise me if they announced a UK stockist pretty soon! To give you a rough idea of the prices, they start at around $26 for a small individual lip brush to $350 for a complete set.

These brushes all have a chunky black plastic handle with a moulded grip which makes them super easy to hold and work with. I think this fits in perfectly with their inclusivity ethos as I imagine that many disabled beauty fans may find these brushes easier to hold. 

The bristles are synthetic as they are cruelty-free, and they are crazy soft! I would rate these in my top 3 brands for the softest brushes ever, they're that good. Pure luxury!

Let's have a quick rundown of each individual brush, starting with the LR335 Flat Foundation Brush. With its dense but flexible, flat-top kabuki-style head, this brush worked incredibly well with both liquid and powder/mineral foundation formats. It blends and buffs everything into the skin so smoothly and effortlessly for a gorgeous flawless finish. I cannot fault this brush at all - I love it!

The LR334 Angle Contour Brush has a great sloping angled head with the same style of densely packed but flexible bristles as the foundation brush. The shape of this brush is ideal for beauty beginners as it makes applying blushers and bronzers virtually impossible to get wrong as it does most of the work for you; even if you apply with a heavy hand, the bristles just seem to fan everything out for an instantly softer, more diffused look. I've tried it with liquid and powder/mineral products with superb results.

Perhaps surprisingly, my favourite of the three is the LR308 Highlighter Brush. I just love the slightly longer, oval-shaped brush head and the bristles are just so silky soft. This brush is the best for those little finishing touches like a gentle sweep of highlighter across the tops of the cheekbones, or as a setting brush for undereye concealer. Save this one to use with your favourite powder products.

Overall thoughts?
I'm thoroughly impressed by these Laruce brushes and would certainly recommend them to any makeup brush fan. If you're looking for a cruelty-free, high-end, luxury alternative to brushes from brands such as MAC, these are even better quality, and much softer and easier to work with. They also wash up well with no shedding issues so far after two months of regular use.

What are your favourite cruelty-free makeup brushes?

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Introducing: Florena Fermented Skincare - Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream, Antioxidant Night Cream, Regenerating Facial Oil & Firming Face Mask review

Wednesday 7 July 2021

Last month, I had the pleasure of being introduced to a new-to-me natural skincare brand called Florena. They specialise in vegan-friendly and sustainable skincare, with everything they produce being certified by COSMOS Natural

What really sets Florena apart from many similar brands is that they are the first company who are dedicated to the fermentation of flowers and oil - an intriguing area of protective and regenerative skincare that boasts many benefits for all skin types.

The fermentation process begins by carefully selecting plant-based oils and flowers to extract their key components and then natural fermenting agents are added. After fermenting for a period of time, the solution is filtered so that only the fermented actives are retained for their use in the skincare formulas.

I was kindly sent a package of Florena skincare to try out and all of the below are from their anti-aging range. For those who haven't come across Florena before, they are an affiliate of the German beauty giant Beiersdorf and are cruelty-free.

Florena Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream* (50ml, £24.99, link) & Antioxidant Night Cream* (50ml, £24.99, link)

If you only try one product from Florena, I'd recommend either their Day or Night Creams so let's start there! I've been most impressed by both of these. The Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream is a beautiful concoction that's made from 99.47% natural ingredients and enriched with fermented Honeysuckle, Hyaluronic Acid, and fermented Olive Oil. Due to the fermented Olive Oil content, this moisturiser boasts 50 times more Omega 6 and Omega 9 fatty acids than non-fermented Olive Oil so it's great for hydrating dry skin, smoothing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protecting against everyday free radical damage. I love the texture of this as it just sinks into the skin immediately, yet feels instantly nourishing and hydrating.

For your evening routine, the Antioxidant Night Cream is packed full of those essential Omega 6 and Omega 9 Fatty Acids, with Vitamin E and fermented Portulaca and Lactobacillus. It will give your skin a big drink of moisture to enjoy overnight, whilst boosting the level of antioxidants to repair and protect the skin's natural barrier against the elements. As you'd expect from a night cream, this is a little more richer and thicker than the Day Cream so a little goes a long way, but it absorbs easily without any greasiness. 

A note about the packaging: these moisturisers come in jars which are made from 97.5% recycled plastic and thus it's more lightweight to help reduce the CO2 impact and the amount of plastic needed overall. The content is still the same as a full-size 50ml moisturiser, it's just that the packaging is more compact. I thought I'd point this out as many customers on the Boots website appeared to be moaning about the jars being so small!

Florena Regenerating Facial Oil* (30ml, £24.99, link)

You guys know how much I love using facial oils so of course I was excited to try this out. Florena's Regenerating Facial Oil does not disappoint; it's a powerful elixir made from 100% natural ingredients that includes fermented White Helichrysum, Argan Oil, Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Passionfruit Seed Oil, and Safflower Oil. Like the moisturisers above, it's high in essential fatty acids Omega 6 and 9 to feed and nourish the skin, whilst the silky texture of the oil gives the skin an instant boost after a glorious pampering facial massage with it. This feels like a real treat for your skin!

Florena Firming Face Mask* (8ml, £5.99, link)

For a quick and easy skincare treatment, Florena's Face Masks get to work in just 5 minutes and there are currently two types available; a Hydrating and a Firming solution. Described as a weekly anti-ageing treatment, I tried the Firming Face Mask which has 99.47% natural ingredients and features fermented Honeysuckle and Hyaluronic Acid to deliver a firming, plumping, and revitalising result to tired, older skin in need of a pick-me-up. I thoroughly enjoyed using this cream mask, though my main criticism is that it comes in single-use packaging, when a much easier to recycle jar seems more appropriate these days. One to save for traveling perhaps?

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June Empties: Products I've Used Up

Thursday 1 July 2021

What a bumper month June was for Empties! I decided to take part in a month-long 'No Buy' challenge over on Instagram and this was the result - a whole box full of beauty empties! As there are so many to discuss, I'll get stuck in straight away.

Therapi Rose Otton No. 2 Hydrating Facial Toner*
A gorgeous luxury Rose Otto-based toner which has just the most divine subtle rose fragrance. Ultra calming and soothing, it's brilliant for refreshing the skin morning and night. Repurchase? I'm using the Dafna's Active Mist at the moment but I'm sure I'll come back to this beauty again in the near future.

Sheffield Skincare Body Oil Lavender & Chamomile*
Lovely 100% natural body oil from an independent Sheffield-based company that I discovered in a beauty box. Great to use after an evening bath to help you relax and unwind. Repurchase? Yes.

Lavera Whitening Toothpaste
One of the go-to SLS-free whitening toothpaste that I've been using on and off for years now. It's gentle enough to use on sensitive teeth, contains fluoride, and does a good job of removing daily stains. Repurchase? Yes.

Evolve Organic Beauty Super Berry Body Oil(reviewed here)
Although stretch marks will never go away, you can improve the texture and appearance of them with a daily targeted body oil and this one from Evolve Organic Beauty definitely helps. This Super Berry range smells amazing too - very sweet like candy! Repurchase? Definitely.

Moor Spa Kelp Enzyme Mask(reviewed here)
I've loved using this Moor Spa Kelp Enzyme Mask whenever my skin has been feeling congested or on the verge of having a breakout. A brilliant multi-tasker that deeply cleanses, tightens and exfoliates all in one handy weekly facial treatment. Repurchase? I have a lot of face masks to use up at the moment first but it's certainly on my repurchase list.

Eyeko Black Magic Mascara*
Despite the fact that I adore the Eyeko Black Magic Eyeliner, I'm not much of a fan of the matching mascara which I found quite clumpy and it dried it in the tube pretty fast after opening. Repurchase? No.

REN & Now To Sleep Pillow Spray*
This is one of my all-time favourite pillow sprays and it really does help! If you suffer from insomnia or sleep problems, I highly recommend using this. Repurchase? Yes.

Tropic Skin Feast Nourishing Cream Concentrate
My morning moisturiser for the past few months, Tropic's Skin Feast Nourishing Cream Concentrate is a bestseller for a reason as it provides lots of hydration without overloading the skin. Creates a lovely smooth base for makeup so you don't need to use an additional primer. Repurchase? I'm trying out a couple of different moisturisers at the moment, but like all my faves, I'll be back!

Weleda Wild Rose Deodorant
A frequent player in my Empties posts, I've been using Weleda's deodorants for years and often come back to this lovely Wild Rose one. If you're a fan of florals and prefer a lighter, spray-on deodorant, this is the one for you. Repurchase? Already have.

Odacité BI+C Serum Concentrate*
Another skincare favourite for blemishes is Odacité's BI+C Serum Concentrate. A tiny amount goes a long, long way and it makes a huge difference to the size of blemishes after just the first use. Particularly useful for those angry 'under the skin' spots! Repurchase? Yes.

Odylique Mosimix Body Oil*
I've yet to find a product that completely keeps those damn mozzies away, but I can say this Mosimix Body Oil from Odylique seems to stop a few of them so it's handy to take with you if you're camping/hiking/doing outdoor activities this summer. Repurchase? I'll give it another go.

Shea Moisture Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Hair Masque(reviewed here)
Calling all of my fellow fine hair friends! I've used this particular hair masque countless times over the past few years and it's always the one I seem to keep returning to. If you have fine hair that's also dry, you need to try this as it gives your hair all the essential hydration it needs without weighing it down. Repurchase? Yes.

Aurelia Firm & Replenish Body Serum(reviewed here)
I seem to have used up a lot of body care recently, must be summer! I'm a huge fan of Aurelia's Firm & Replenish Body Serum as it helps to improve skin texture for a smoother appearance - great for using on any 'wobbly bits' to give you a confidence boost. Repurchase? Yes.

The Humble Co Dental Floss*
If you're joining in with Plastic Free July, make sure this is on your shopping list. Not only is the brand ethical in many ways (they donate dental products to people in need all over the world), but the packaging is completely plastic-free, yay! Repurchase? Definitely.

What have you used up recently?

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