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Our planet...

it’s a seriously pressing issue!

 

In 2020, the main greenhouse gas CO2 reached record levels of 417 parts per million, a level not seen for over four million years. These are unprecedented times environmentally - the United Nations has referred to the period between 2020 to 2030 as the “decade of action” and believes that what we do in the next ten years will determine the course of humanity. 

 

Making our day-to-day lives that little bit more eco-friendly and moving towards a more sustainable lifestyle is now more important than ever before, but how can we find simple ways to make sure that we’re not causing lasting or irreversible damage to our planet?

 

Happily, there are now plenty of alternatives that can make a sustainable lifestyle not just accessible, but also ones that promote financial and health benefits too. Here’s just a few to get you started on your plastic and pollution free, zero waste journey.

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Eco Home

Make a smart choice for our planet and start your non-toxic journey by bringing nature into your daily household cleaning routine.

 

Whole, grated, shredded or blended, Savon de Marseille can be used as a natural and eco-friendly dish washing solution, a household cleaner, a pest control solution, a laundry detergent as well as for washing silk and other delicate fabrics, as a powerful stain remover, a beauty and skincare product, as a shower gel, as a shampoo and even a toothpaste. It’s a must-have product for everyday life, it has a great number of benefits, plus it lasts twice as long as ordinary soaps!

 

It’s exclusively plant-based, does not contain any preservatives, dyes, additives or animal fat. It’s pH neutral, antiseptic, hypoallergenic, naturally antibacterial, easily biodegradable, environmentally-friendly and represents a natural ecological alternative to chemicals found in most skin care and housekeeping products.

 

As is often the case with many mainstream household cleaning products, we tend not to consider what’s in them and more importantly what happens to the chemicals when they go down the drain. In many cases, the polluted water ends up in nature, killing marine life and plants, and even eventually coming back through our taps.

 

Help to stop the systematic poisoning of our environment with microplastics and chemicals and start using Savon de Marseille today!

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