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When it comes to daily hygiene products, it's important to be comfortable with each ingredient in the bottle. Whether you have sensitive skin or if you're just tired of reading chemicals you can't pronounce, natural face washes can leave you with a clean and soft feel without the worries of unnecessary additives and irritants in the formula.

We've sorted through the best natural face cleansers on the market so you don't have to. In this article, we'll be discussing the benefits that organic face washes can give your skin as well as reviewing the top products in different categories.

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From bamboo utensils to bamboo toothbrushes, household products made from bamboo are becoming more popular every year. If you have allergies, neck pain or wake up constantly to flip your pillow to the cold side, bamboo pillows have the potential to help you sleep peacefully through the night.

In this article, we'll explain the benefits of bamboo pillows and how they can help you on your journey to better sleep. We'll also recommend a few of the best pillows on the market so you can choose new bedding that's right for you.

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When it comes to daily hygiene products, it's important to be comfortable with each ingredient in the bottle. Whether you have sensitive skin or if you're just tired of reading chemicals you can't pronounce, natural face washes can leave you with a clean and soft feel without the worries of unnecessary additives and irritants in the formula.

We've sorted through the best natural face cleansers on the market so you don't have to. In this article, we'll be discussing the benefits that organic face washes can give your skin as well as reviewing the top products in different categories.

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While Teflon has been used extensively in traditional pots and pans since the 1940s, studies have shown that switching to a non-toxic option is much better for your health and the health of the planet. But with so many options available, it can be hard to narrow down the best non-toxic cookware sets.

In this article, we'll discuss eight cookware options that use materials ranging from stainless steel to granite to cast iron. We'll also give recommendations for budget-friendly and multi-purpose pots and pans so you can choose the best set for your eco-friendly kitchen.

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Biting insects have a tendency to interfere with the outdoor activities we love the most, but using harsh chemicals to repel insects can be toxic to humans as well. Natural mosquito repellent is a great alternative to keep the bugs at bay without the worry of harmful chemicals on your skin or in the environment.

In this article, we'll discuss why it's a good idea to switch to natural bug sprays and give our recommendations for seven of the best natural mosquito repellents on the market.

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As consumers become more aware of issues like ocean plastics and overflowing landfills, many are looking for ways to cut down on their environmental footprints. An easy way to make your home more sustainable is to switch from heavy-duty plastic trash can liners to biodegradable garbage bags. While they aren't a perfect solution, they have a few key advantages over their traditional counterparts.

Whether you're looking for tall kitchen trash bags or a smaller option to line your countertop compost bin, in this article, we'll review five of the best biodegradable garbage bags on the market today.

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From shampoo bottles to deodorant sticks, when shopping for daily personal hygiene, it can be hard to find products you love and trust without accumulating waste. Considering the average person goes through six tubes of toothpaste a year, toothpaste tablets are a new and convenient alternative to the thick plastic tubes.

Toothpaste tablets are composed of the same cleaning ingredients for healthy teeth without the mess of traditional tubes. They're held together by a plant material called microcrystalline cellulose to keep their solid shape.

Instead of putting toothpaste directly on your toothbrush, simply grab a tablet, softly bite down and then chew for a few seconds. When the toothpaste tablets are exposed to your saliva, the plant material naturally breaks down to create a foamy and minty liquid just like traditional toothpaste. Below are five eco-friendly toothpaste tablets that can leave you with a clean conscience and smile.

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