Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal and change, as we embrace the light of fresh bright mornings and open the doors wide to take in the fresh air. The arrival of Spring is an opportunity to reconnect with ourselves and our surroundings - take long beach walks or just spend time outside. It's also a time to rejuvenate and to re-evaluate our daily self care rituals and seek more sustainable routines. The environment should be important to us all and we can all make a small difference every day. By changing our self care daily rituals to a more sustainable one - our small steps can help the planet. In this journal article we want to share our inspiration for making sustainable choices for self care.
Embrace a plastic free bathing routine.
As your existing products run low look to change your shampoo and cleansing products for plastic free options. Choose products made with natural, organic ingredients.
Homework's handcrafted soap and shampoo bars are plastic free, made with the finest natural botanical ingredients to care for your hair and body, leaving your skin feeling fresh, restored and clean without stripping away your natural oils.
The shampoo bars are also packaged in a travel tin which preserves the bar and is great for taking away for weekend travels.
These waterless solid soap bars by homework are a great way to simplify your skincare routine. Formulated for your face, hand and body. They gently cleanse your skin, leaving it feeling nourished and softened.
Treat your skin to the mineral rich waters of the Dead Sea - swap your usual scented bubble bath for Shinrin Yoku Bath Salts by Earl of East - a soothing blend of dead sea and epsom salts infused with essential oils.
For your restorative and replenishing soak, choose planet friendly packaging - Homework's guiding principles are minimal, infinitely recyclable and circular. 'Our signature steel tins are produced with machinery powered by solar energy. Each of our tins are embossed with 'Metal Recycles Forever' logo which reminds our customers to both recycle their can and of metals special status as a permanently available material which means it can be infinitely recycled with no loss of quality'.