Moso Natural Purifying Bags
Made from bamboo charcoal, this pillow-like bag removes impurities such as formaldehyde, ammonia, benzene, and chloroform gases from the air for up to two years. Every 30 days, let the bag “rejuvenate” in the sun to release trapped air particles and pollutants. The bag also dehumidifies to prevent the growth of mold and mildew. Don't smell anything? That means it's working. And there's nothing more natural than that.
GrabGreen 3-in-1 laundry detergent
We’re believers that in order for sustainability to work, products have to be as easy as possible to use. GrabGreen laundry detergent from Maddie Brit Products is available in small pods, and they are even faster to use than liquid soap. Pop a pod or two into your washer and the plant-based film encapsulating the powdered detergent will dissolve for a natural clean.
These odd-looking “nuts” are actually dried berries from a tree that grows in the Himalayas. When agitated with water, they produce a naturally occurring surfactant called saponin, which gently cleanses laundry—a godsend for those sensitive to conventional laundry detergents. Place four or five nuts in the included cloth bag and throw it into your washer with your clothes—they suds up naturally. The best part? Berries can be used up to 10 times, making them an über-affordable option.
Bambooee Reusable Bamboo Towel
An astonishing 3,000 tons of paper towel waste is produced each day in the U.S., according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Bambooee offers an innovative way to reduce household paper towel consumption without sacrificing integrity. Tear off one of the 20 organic bamboo sheets, and wash it along with your clothes up to 25 times. Another plus: The more you wash each sheet, the softer and more absorbent it becomes.
Back to the Roots Mushroom Garden
We’re smitten with these innovative grow-your-own mushroom kits. Playing on the trend of DIY everything, users can bloom up to 1.5 pounds of delicious pearl oyster mushrooms in roughly 10 days. Mushrooms sprout from spores embedded in used coffee grounds that would otherwise end up in landfills. An ideal project for kids.
If You Care Paper Baking Pans
For those who have a weakness for homemade pie (and really, doesn’t everyone?) and love the convenience of a disposable pie tin, try If You Care Paper Cake & Pie Pans. Unbleached, chlorine-free pans are made from recyclable paper and withstand temperatures of 428 degrees. What’s more, no greasing is necessary—baked goodies slide right out.