It has been a while to don’t care about our environment. Since I chose to live in a small space, one of my desire is to reduce my impact on the environment. We all have tons of our own decisions that inspired any things. Then, why not do it to save our lives and earth.
Zero Waste Living – Ways to Reduce Waste in Your Bathroom
Do you know many things surrounding us can be reused. Also, there are so many ways to reduce waste in our home. You can reduce waste in your kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. But, today I just wanna to focus in my most recent area – a bathroom. From our skincare routine to storage. I have five tips for you to minimize the amount of waste in your bathrooms. It is also making decisions that are better for our environment.
No More Tissues
Indeed, tissues are always a bit wasteful. To solve this problem, I prefer to pick up a few basic bandanas to replace them. You can throw them when they get gross. Throw them in the wash with everything else. The more you use them, the more they will get softer and softer. It is very trending now, you must try it!
Ditch The Loofah Products
How many times do you use loofahs? For me, loofahs just drive me nuts. They do a poor job of exfoliating, yet they are also bastions of filth. I have never re-use it and been successfully wash it. It is so wasteful. Then, a few days ago, I found a bath cloth that is good for scrubbing your back. I am so obsessed with it. It is machine washable and can do an incredible job of exfoliating.
Use Biodegradable Silk Floss
Is it okay to use plastics every day? I can’t do it. Using standard floss felt wasteful to me and perhaps you too. So, I have decided to upgrade them to biodegradable silk floss. You can place the used floss in your compost instead of trash.
Jars are always useful for every single thing in our life. They can change into something beautiful and stylish for decorations. Also, they can be very useful for your bath needs. I always feel so wasteful throwing away the jars were used up. Thus, I try to upcycle them and give them a new purpose. They can hold your brushes, cotton and can be a pot in your bathroom.
Choose Washable and Organic Cotton Pads
I have noticed that I use three to four cotton pads per day. I just did throw them away after each use. Then, until I found washable cotton pads, I just feel so lucky. Not only washable, they are also organic cotton. You can wash them with your normal laundry. Is it amazing, isn’t it? Besides, they are larger than standard cotton pads. They can do more for you!