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A Sustainable Shave: Safety Razor FAQs

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A Sustainable Shave: Safety Razor FAQs

We get plenty of questions from curious customers who haven't yet made the switch, so we have outlined all of the FAQs here in case you are curious too!

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4 Ways to Support Local and Independent

4 Ways to Support Local and Independent

Many high streets around the U.K. have long been under threat from out of town supermarkets, and online retail giants. 

In these times of continued uncertainty, we need to each try to do what we can to support independent business. Here are four ways you can help;

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How to Make Your Own Fizzing Toilet Bombs

How to Make Your Own Fizzing Toilet Bombs

Ok so let’s talk loos. Nobody wants stains and limescale buildup below the waterline, and a multi million pound industry has been created around selling us products to solve the issue. However, lots of these companies produce industrial strength cleaning chemicals such as ammonia, chlorine and hydrochloric acid, which smell horrendous and can have a detrimental effect on the health of your family, as well as the environment. So what’s an effective alternative that won’t harm anyone’s health? Introducing the toilet bomb! Don’t be put off by the name, there will be no exploding cisterns here. These little blocks work...

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Why Choose Organic?

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Why Choose Organic?

Choosing to buy organic food and clothing, even occasionally, has huge benefits. Here are just a few reasons why organic is best.

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How to Have a Sustainable Halloween

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How to Have a Sustainable Halloween

Halloween doesn’t have to be a time of plastic waste and too many sweets! Here are a few steps to make your Halloween celebrations kinder to the planet.

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