With Christmas and New Year around the corner, we are gearing up for the holiday season. But, as we all know, traveling leaves a huge carbon footprint on the environment, but, the good news is that we can all travel a little more responsibly to help save the planet, one step at a time. .
Start with choosing sustainable products that will help you meet your travel needs and are also eco-friendly.
Uppercase is a design-first and eco-conscious brand of travel gear for youth that not only helps them look or feel good, but do good, too. It makes fashion-forward products like backpacks, messenger bags, duffels, gym bags as well as travel bags that are both fashionable and durable. The products are made from premium recycled plastic bottles to ensure the highest sustainability standards.
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sustainable dental gear
As small as it sounds, toothbrushes end up in huge piles of plastic waste when it is extremely difficult to dispose of them. bamboo India Offers a wide range of sustainable bamboo toothbrushes, that are eco-friendly and gentle on teeth. With 10,000-20,000 ultra-fine bristles, you can deep clean your teeth in every nook and corner. Micron soft bristles, more effective and gentle care for gum health. It adopts eco-friendly and antibacterial fiber hair, which is environmentally safe.
tableware set right
CHUK is a 100% compostable and biodegradable tableware brand that uses agro-residues to produce toxin-free products as an ideal alternative to plastic tableware. Through its unbleached, eco-friendly, carcinogen-free and hygienic range of products, the brand aims to positively transform the catering and food ecosystem by establishing itself in a greenway. In addition to being microwavable, oven safe, and freezer safe, each FDA-approved offering from the brand boasts a sturdy and elegant design.
eco friendly products
Founded in 2020 by Neethika and Sameesh Nayyar, Myoneearth, a Delhi-based startup makes all its products through eco-friendly methods. Products are made only from coconut shells, cork and bamboo. It caters to customers who are looking for an affordable alternative to plastic straws. This B2C startup sources the product from a place of heritage of artisans. The drive to success was not an easy one for both female founders. The journey involved quitting a high-paying job, persuading parents, and an unusual occupation.
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