Notes

I personally always try to consider three things when thinking of buying a product for my home, myself or a loved one:

1. Do I/Does she/he really need this?
2. Has it been made locally?
3. Is its packaging recyclable?

If made in the UK, the carbon footprint will be less important than a product made elsewhere and then shipped to the UK (because the amount of CO2 emitted during the transportation of the goods). If not recyclable, then where is it going to end up? In landfills? Or incinirated?

 
 

For your home

BIO-D
A range of cleaning products suitable for everyone. Made in the UK from ethically sourced ingredients and 100% recyclable packaging, some of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly cleaning solutions on the market.

Method
Plant-based cleaning, laundry + hand soaps

Fat llama
Rent from individuals instead of buying new anything from a steamer, a project or a camper van. By opting to borrow, not buy, you’re putting the brakes on unnecessary mass-manufacturing and carbon-intensive distribution systems.

Too Good to Go
Save delicious food and fight food waste from cafés and take-aways in London. Download the app for free and join the world's largest community of Waste Warriors.

The Ethical Superstore
A great selection of eco-friendly products for your home.

For you

Electric zip car
Rent an electric per the hour instead of a fuel one.

Neal’s Yard Remedies
Pioneers in natural & organic skincare & wellbeing since 1981. They are ethical, sustainable and independent.

Make your own

Recipes for natural clay masks

Recipes for natural face mists