Friday finds: ecological gifts for Earth Day
Observed annually on April 22, Earth Day is a time to recognize the planet’s rich resources and how they can be preserved for future generations. Many offers today use sustainable practices that can reassure customers that they are making the right gift purchase. Here are a few to consider for an eco-friendly gift display.
Made from organic cotton and coated with beeswax, this reusable organic packaging replaces the need for single-use Ziploc bags to keep food safe. Bee wrap.
Promoting the art of ‘letting go’, the Buddha Board allows budding artists to create ephemeral paintings using only water and a brush – no ink or paper required. Once the water dries, the board clears up and the art can be painted again. Advice from Buddha.
Focused on responsible manufacturing, eeBoo uses 90% recycled cardboard, vegetable-based inks and avoids plastic in its puzzle and game products.
Persik microfiber cloths can be used to clean surfaces over and over again, eliminating the need for disposable sponges, paper towels and more.
Gentle enough for use on a baby’s skin, Earth Baby products are not only safe and organic, but also come packaged in recyclable and reusable canvas bags.
The Flpsde Double Chamber Bottle has compartments for storing water and food, making it an attractive choice for minimal travelers who don’t want to get bogged down in disposable containers.
HMNKIND face masks are antibacterial and partially made with recycled materials, making them super soft to the touch.