The most important first! This Shower Cream powder is packed in a biodegradable, compostable sachet!
Most of bathroom products come in single use plastic bottles and contain at least 70% water which has to be transported. Our product contains no water, reducing the transport carbon footprint by approximately 94%!
It’s super easy to make up. Simply...
- Fill the bottle with 400ml of tap water (if you prefer a more liquid cream you can add up to 450ml of water)
- Add all the powder (leave around 1cm space from the top) and give it a really good shake
- Leave it overnight for all the ingredients to make friends
- The next morning give it another good shake and you're ready to go
When your Shower Cream is finished don’t panic. Just give the bottle and lid a Clean and start again.
- 40g Powder sachets
- 99% Natural ingredients
- SLS Free
Our delicately fragranced Cherry Blossom shower creme is made from 99% natural ingredients and once water is added, will make 500ml. This low lather shower creme will leave your skin feeling smooth, moisturized and clean and leave your conscience clear knowing you've made a good choice for the planet. The sachets are compostable leaving you with no waste and whichever bottle you choose to use can be simply re-filled with your next sachet.
Our delicately fragranced Shower Cream is made from 99% natural ingredients and once water is added, will make 500ml.
The great thing about these shower creme powders is that they come in a biodegradable, compostable sachet so you can put the sachet in the compost bin once it's finished. The labels will need to go in the regular paper recycling bin until they are also made compostable!
Good to Know
Why do we need to reduce plastic waste?
Plastic waste is fast becoming a widely recognized problem. While it is an important material providing multiple benefits to modern day living, plastic can take thousands of years to biodegrade. It takes up valuable space in landfill sites and is polluting the natural environment, having a significant impact on our oceans.
Plastic is everywhere. It is strong, light, cheap and very versatile. The majority of plastic waste does not get reused or recycled and experts believe that around 50% of plastic is single-use, meaning it is used once. Single-use plastic includes usually plastic Shampoo bottles.
While getting rid of plastic waste is the primary environmental problem, the production process is a leading cause of carbon emissions contributing to global warming. It takes a lot of energy and resources to make plastic.
While it is very likely to be impossible to eliminate plastic completely from our lives, there are certain steps which can be taken to help reduce the amount which we are using. One of them would be using Products our Plastic Free Range like our Plastic Free Shower Cream!