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Baltic amber jewellery has been used for many health benefits, including being a natural way to help your baby through the misery of teething. This ancient European remedy is a non-toxic, environmentally friendly alternative to synthetic medicines, and it’s helping children all over the world. Wearing a necklace, bracelet or anklet made of Baltic amber can make teething a much easier experience for your child. Here we take an in-depth look at where it comes from and how it works.
People lived for thousands of years before plastic was invented – it certainly revolutionised our lifestyle, providing better food preservation and a cost-effective material to create numerous objects and technology. Of course, we underestimated the negative elements, and consequently are experiencing the plastic pollution issues we face today.
Realising we need to begin to make more sustainable lifestyle choices can be a bit overwhelming as far as knowing where to start. With so many options, we’ve decided to discuss 10 Home Sustainability Tips. Although there are many choices we can make outside of our homes to embrace sustainability, such as bring reusable water bottles and shopping bags with us, there are just as many to be incorporated within your home.
A lot of eco products are biodegradable, which is their main benefit and really the point of why they exist. They break down, they don’t leave a mark, no waste or pollution caused. However this also means they can deteriorate more quickly when they’re not maintained well. Looking after such products doesn’t require much effort, but there are a few tips we’d like to give you so that you can get the most out of your earth friendly products.
Organic Cotton is one of the winners in the sustainable clothing world. It is healthier for children, protecting them from exposure to harsh chemicals. It is also a sturdier fabric which creates a longer lasting garment. It is softer for young skin too. Even better, using organic cotton reduces pesticide use. This offers a sustainable farming future and takes the toxic impact out of cotton.
There are sustainable, biodegradable and natural fibre based products available that make living sustainably a breeze. It can be a simple case of swapping the same non environmentally friendly product straight over to an eco-friendly version. Bamboo toothbrushes are examples of exactly that. A straight swap with the exact same functionality, only they're sustainable - a great solution to the otherwise plastic toothbrush.
This fantastic innovative recycling company offers programs for recycling various different products and waste. The reason they stand out is because instead of incinerating waste or sending it to landfill they instead reuse, recycle and upcycle waste. They’re a global firm, operating in 20 countries and are funded by brands, manufacturers and retailers to help collect and recycle items.
We’re living in an age of convenience. Our lifestyles are busier and our attention spans are shorter. This has created a huge demand for products that are instantly available and disposable, at low prices. Advances in technology have made this possible for us. We can have what we want so cheaply that we don’t even have to think about what we’re throwing away.