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soaps, shampoos and conditioners may not be made of plastic, but their packaging is. 80 Billion plastic shampoo and conditioner bottles are thrown away each year. plastic-free alternatives from ethique use biodegradable ingredients and compostable packaging.

Paper products might seem eco-friendly, but don't forget about the packaging. In addition to biodegradable packaging, this toilet paper has the advantage of being made from 100% FSC-certified bamboo.

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Most reusable razors require cartridge replacements with plastic parts that are difficult to recycle. With traditional metal shavers like this, you only need to replace the double edged razor blades.

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How many plastic combs and brushes have you tossed into the landfill? try wood.

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Every plastic bath pouf you have ever used is still out there... somewhere. Sustainably farmed natural sponges are long-lasting, but 100% biodegradable.

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You really don't need a flimsy plastic shower curtain. This quick-drying natural linen alternative does not require a liner.

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Over 8 billion plastic tampon applicators are discarded each year in the US alone. Take the plunge and try out reusable period undies.

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Another old-school menstrual solution is the reusable "cup". They might seem intimidating at first, but give it a try and you might find that it is surprisingly easy to use.

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Instead of disposable plastic, use a glass floss dispenser that can be refilled as needed with plastic-free floss.

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Or try a "tooth powder". Plastic-free and just as easy to use as a tube of paste.

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These delightful soaps from crate 61 are packaged in fully biodegradable paperboard boxes.

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2 billion disposable razors and refills are landfilled each year in the US. The only disposable item you need for a metal safety razor is the blade.

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This pocket comb is made from sustainably harvested beechwood.

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Who says deodorant bars have to come in a plastic tube?

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The next time you need a new toilet scrubber, try this sustainably sourced wood and pig-bristle brush.

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Applicator-free tampons have been a go-to for eco-conscious women for years.

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Over a billion plastic toothbrushes are discarded each year in the US alone. These sustainably-sourced bamboo brushes come in recycled, biodegradable packaging as well.

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Yes. toothpaste can come in a glass jar instead of a plastic tube.

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Yes, reusable qtips are a thing.

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