Red days are by no means easy. But our disposable pads may actually be contributing to the plastic waste that is slowly killing our environment. So, should you make the switch to reusable menstrual pads? We talk about all the pros, cons, and everything you need to know about them right here!
It’s that time of the month again, and you’re tired of the irritation and labor caused by disposable hygiene products. This time, why not try a menstrual cup? It’s hygienic, reusable, and cost-efficient! Learn all about the pros and cons here!
Shopping at “ukay” is no longer a thing to be looked down upon, and is in fact, one of the more sustainable ways to craft our wardrobe. From rare branded finds to less-than-a-hundred steals, we give you 10 benefits of thrift shopping for us and for the planet!
Shampoo bars are a great, eco-friendly solution to modern hair care problems. Plus, they’re affordable and come in cute little designs with different scents. We lay out everything you need to know about shampoo bars.
Not sure what the difference between cruelty-free and vegan beauty? Check out our latest guide to understand what means to support a cosmetics brand with ethical and sustainable standards so that you can have a cleaner and greener beauty routine.
Most people don’t realize how wasteful their daily makeup and skincare regimens can be. Little changes here and there can make a huge impact on the environment, so read on to find out what eco-friendly adjustments you can make to your beauty routine.
Shopping for yourself isn’t really in the budget when you’re a mom, but fashion doesn’t always have to come at such a high cost! If you want to revamp your wardrobe without taking away from your monthly family expenses, here are four style and shopping tips you’ll definitely find useful!
Got a pair of jeans in a condition too terrible to hand down or donate? Don’t get rid of them just yet! Give them a second life by repurposing them into a tote, clutch, notebook cover or a quilt! Here are some of our favorite projects that people have shared on Instagram.
You know where to send your clothing donations, but first things first: you’ve got to clean out your wardrobe. In this guide, we offer tricks for making the decision of what stays and what goes, as well as tips for sorting through your donations, since not everything should go to the same place.
Before getting rid of last season’s clothes to make room for the latest trends, consider putting them to goodwill. ‘Tis the season of giving, so why not brighten someone’s Christmas with your clothing donation? Check out our list of charities around the Metro to send your used clothing to.