by Yuliana De La Cruz August 31, 2020
There are two major divisions in material: synthetic and natural fibre. Synthetics like polyester, nylon, microfiber fleeces will not decompose.
While natural fibres such as organic cotton, bamboo, hemp, pure wool, ramie, silk or any combination of them will compost over a sufficient amount of time.
One of the benefits of ecosophist reusable makeup remover pads is that they are made of natural fibres!!!
This means that not only will you have a period of 200-250 washes, zero-waste skincare and makeup routine but you can compost our reusable makeup removal pads or dispose of them guilt-free. But that’s the purpose of an ecosophist right?
A question we commonly get asked is how to dispose of your reusable makeup remover pads?
Below are some tips on how to compost your ecopads:
As with every other object around your home from household items, to skincare products, clothes, etc… The best way to be an ecosophist is to make these items reusable and recyclable.
Have you finished with your face cream? Clean the container and find a way to reuse it, maybe to store your clean reusable makeup pads? Maybe to put your bamboo-cotton buds?
Remember “There is no such thing as ‘away’. When we throw anything away it must go somewhere.” Annie Leonard, Proponent of Sustainability
by Yuliana De La Cruz November 09, 2020
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by Yuliana De La Cruz April 12, 2020
Simple, If you are conscious about the climate change crisis and know that small actions create a huge impact, 100% YOU ARE!
But let's start from the beginning, what is ecosophy?
It is a philosophical movement inspired by our living conditions on the planet. It was coined by the French post-structuralist philosopher Félix Guattari and the Norwegian father of deep ecology, Arne Næss.
For Guattari ecosophy represents: environmental, social, and mental. It is a way to understands and help human relationships within our own species and within nature.