What it Means to Be a Vegan Company
Veganism isn't a diet, it's a lifestyle. It means eating no animal products, including pesky ingredients like gelatin and eggs. When we look beyond the kitchen, being vegan means opting for vegan fabrics, like cotton, and avoiding leather.
What Does Fair Trade Mean?
Let’s break down what fair trade means, why you should look for fair trade products, and how we're working to source our ingredients through fair trade means.
Why You Should Surround Yourself with Houseplants
I think surrounding yourself with plants and starting to garden can make you a healthier, happier person.
What is Composting and How To Start
Part of working towards an environmentally friendly, more sustainable lifestyle means cutting back on food waste. It also means utilizing a compost bin. As a vegan, I'm able to save all of my food scraps from the landfill by tossing them into a compost bin. It's been the best step I've made in reducing how much garbage I make and today I want to share the why and how when it comes to composting.
What Does Biodegradable Mean?
If you're like me and love the new Deodorant Stick, you've probably been wondering what's up with the paper packaging. While Meow Meow Tweet is known for their effective, vegan deodorants in adorable glass jars, this new stick is made with a sturdy paper that's actually biodegradable. It offers the convenience of a deodorant stick without the wasteful plastic packaging.
Essential Oil Safety Primer
Essential oils have been used for centuries for a host of physical, emotional and spiritual issues. They are powerful! Here we answer your top essential oil FAQs, including which Meow Meow Tweet products are safe for use during pregnancy.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil is a potent plant oil that heals skin, balances oil, and battles inflammation. It might just be the missing ingredient in your skincare regime.
Fullwidth shortcode example
Last October, our fundraising efforts paid for one family’s water system. We’re doing it again this February with DigDeep and their Navajo Water Project. This organization believes that clean drinking water and toilet systems are inalienable human rights. We agree.