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On these ZERO-WASTE pages, we discuss everything related to:

  • what zero-waste lifestyle means
  • low waste living and how to start living more sustainably
  • how to reduce, reduce and recycle in a daily life
  • where you can buy low waste products
  • how to shop as low waste as possible because it matters
  • who started this revolution in consumers’ behaviors and habits
  • which websites can help you start
  • we share a list of our favorite low waste beauty, cleaning, home, and laundry products
  • and much more.

Let us know if you have any questions about the low waste lifestyle. We are here to help you on your journey to a more sustainable life.

Soap Nuts, Zero Waste, And Eco-Friendly Laundry Hacks


In this video, I talk about my favorite non-toxic laundry hacks such as soap nuts, zero waste detergents (for example Marseille soap), and I also share a recipe for DIY laundry detergent. I will show you how to use baking soda to remove stains from clothes and use citric acid to remove limescale from the washing machine.

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My Zero Waste Products Hits and Misses


Today I want to share with you my favorite zero waste products that I have been using for the past year. I will focus on the zero waste products that work for me. I will also mention some organic beauty brands that are not zero waste, but I use them because they help my skin look and feel healthy and nourished. All organic beauty brands that I use are packaged in glass containers. 

You can see the full list in my zero waste products hits and misses in the video:

  1. Shower gel: instead …

Furoshiki – A Sustainable Alternative to Wrapping Paper


Today, I would like to show you my favorite, sustainable alternative to wrapping paper. Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas wrapping paper that glitters and sparkle, but once I found out that it is not possible to recycle it, I decided to look for more sustainable alternatives. At the end of the video, I will show you how you can easily find out if you can recycle your wrapping paper.

One sustainable alternative to a wrapping paper is to reuse small dust bags made of cloth. You can also buy gift bags made of hemp …

Zero Waste Tips – Reusable Water Bottles and Straws


In today’s video, I will share with you environmentally friendly alternatives to single-use water bottles and disposable straws.

Zero Waste, #NOPLASTIC, low waste, sustainable and ethical lifestyle, etc., are all terms that have become popular lately. Our family tries to lower our plastic imprint and live as consciously as possible. Thus I decided to feature this part of our life on this website, and my vides as well. Zero Waste tips will be a series and I hope you will find it interesting.

I feel like once I do something regularly, I tend to …

Low Waste Home – DIY cleaning products

Making your own cleaning products such as laundry detergent or a dishwasher powder is easy and budget-friendly which is important as for some people, the cost of buying in bulk and organic is prohibitive.

Our video tutorial is easy to follow so I won’t waste your time by explaining how to make your eco-friendly laundry detergent and dishwasher powder.