The following are a list of (online and local) shops where eco-friendly / sustainable products can be purchased.
Just Little Changes, UK
Just Little Changes aim to provide reusable alternatives to ecologically damaging disposable products, educate the public about alternatives and inspire people to make just some little changes. They sell alternative lifestyle products that reduce waste, and promote the use of reusable alternatives.
Koh®, Australia & UK
Two dads from Australia make for an unlikely duo with a mission to turn the cleaning products industry on its head: Koh is the result.
- Koh Universal Cleaner (formerly ekoWorx Universal Cleaner) is over TWENTY cleaning products IN ONE!
- Koh Universal Cleaner was formulated by a team at the University of NSW in Australia, led by Dr Leigh Aldous.
- Koh Universal Cleaner can be used to clean your entire home faster and more effectively – kitchens, bathrooms, floors, counter tops, walls, glass, pet odours, stains, toys…
- Koh Universal Cleaner is tough on dirt, grease and grime without any harsh toxic chemicals, fumes or fragrances.
- Koh Universal Cleaner is certified by Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) and recommended by Allergy UK’s Seal of Approval™ program!
- Koh Universal Cleaner is safe around humans, pets and is Cruelty Free International approved!
Read more about my experiences with this product here.
Living Naturally, UK
Living Naturally, the 1st Soapnut Apothecary in the world! Award-winning, Biodynamic Skincare, Haircare and Laundry Soap for sensitive skin, created with certified organic wild-crafted Soapnuts.
Theiraward winning artisan products are all handmade in the UK from 100% vegan, natural and organic, ethically sourced, sustainable & cruelty-free ingredients. Free from SLSs, Parabens, Mineral Oil, Palm Oil, Artificial additives or fragrances.
Living Naturally use recycled packaging and re-use any packaging from our deliveries (which may include plastic e.g. bubble wrap). If you would prefer paper packaging please let them know!
Natural Collection strongly believe that the breadth and depth of your values as an ethical consumer are personal to you. Whether you’re new to the idea of ethically-conscious buying or you’re very passionate about a whole range of ethical issues that affect what you buy, those values are personal to each and every one of us. Taken together, our shared values are something that we feel the wider community should engage with, offer support for, and encourage. There is still a long way to go in order to make Ethical Consumerism a daily part of the retail mainstream. Let’s work together to each play our part in getting that message across to the rest of UK society by encouraging family and friends to try ethical products and to buy what we believe in.
Peace With The Wild, UK
Charlotte started Peace With The Wild after realising how much damage plastic was having on our planet. everyday items. Her mission with Peace With The Wild is to make plastic free, environmentally friendly living as easy as possible, with everything you need in one place!
Waste Away – Northwich, Cheshire, UK
Inspired in early 2018 by Blue Planet II, Waste Away have been working with local people and community groups to talk about the impact of plastic pollution, and what we as individuals can do. They trade online and at pop up markets in Cheshire to provide ethical, plastic free alternatives to single use and unnecessary plastic. They also do local home deliveries of household refills and other ethical products
Weigh of the World – Northwich, Cheshire, UK
Weigh of the World is an independent business in Northwich, Cheshire. They are a zero waste shop – this means that they provide customers with the ability to refill food and cleaning products into their own containers, buying as little or as much as they want and reducing packaging. They also sell toiletries and other everyday items that can be reused, helping people move away from single-use, throwaway items. Most important to me, is there commitment to be there for people who have dramatically changed their lifestyles towards zero waste, but more so that they are there for the people who just want to make small changes. Everyone has their own path!