We strive to be environmentally responsible. Our products are thoughtfully crafted and our packaging and shipping materials are recyclable, biodegradable or made from 100% post consumer waste. We are constantly looking for ways to keep our packaging/shipping eco-friendly and as easy as possible for you to recycle them at home.
- Green product containers (for lotions, butters and scrubs) are made with PET and 100% recyclable.
- Lids for product containers are made from real bamboo, sustainably sourced, can be re-used and will bio-degrade.
- Products labels and stickers made of eco-friendly Biostone (no trees used) stone paper, is water resistant, strong and durable.
- Product wrapping (GreenWrap) offers similar cushioning and padded protection as bubble wrap but is naturally biodegradable, compostable, SFI-certified, made from renewable materials and fully recyclable.
- Individual use (1.5oz) bath salts bath bags are made from renewable material Bioactive Polylactic Acid (PLA), derived from corn starch; good tenacity, biodegradable and non toxic.
- Plastic (bath salt) bag is an eco-friendly solution to traditional plastic storage bags. These plastic bags are earth friendly, biodegradable LDPE and are tested to biodegrade 15% within just 12 months when in contact with other materials that also biodegrade. Will break down completely into organic material and are 100% recyclable.
- Linen bags are 100% natural color linen with hemp drawstring and re-usable.
- Wooden tags are best plywood birch wood and biodegradable.
- Did you know cards: 100% recycled materials.
- Shipping boxes are corrugated cardboard and 100% recyclable.
- Packing paper (void fill) is 100% post consumer waste (no new fibers used) print free newspaper and recyclable.
- Packaging tape is 100% recyclable, repulpable and is non-reinforced, so no nylon going into the trash.
In the near future we hope to have ALL of our materials made from post consumer waste and be biodegradable. We feel that everyone should attempt to recycle responsibly but unfortunately not all states offer full recycling programs and even materials that ARE recyclable may NOT be taken at your local center. Many of the NON-recyclables tend to fall under material numbers 3,5,6 and 7.
Remember that the triangle and number symbols seen below do not indicate whether or not the product is recyclable but only what the type of material the product is made of. To help you do 'what you can where you can', check out our recyclable plastic materials chart to help identify which plastics you can recycle and helpful general information for proper plastic disposal.