Three Eco Picks, From My Bedroom To Yours!
Hello from the softest bra of all time! And the softest yoga mat too, and the softest leggings. And the softest dressing gown in the background! I'm just all about comfort these days.
Here we have:
⭐ @lucyandyak sustainable cork mat, I've never owned a cork mat before but ohhh the un-stickiness is divine! This one is chakra-inspired.
⭐ @organicbasics organic cotton bra (gifted) - they've been on my Pinterest board for so long, like a little manifestation that has come to light in the form of them giving me an affiliate link, which you can find here - it should work off as around £12 off.
⭐ @teekigram leggings - had this pair since 2015, made from recycled plastic bottles. I’ve seen a ton of complaints on their Instagram and Facebook recently about missed deliveries and lack of customer service, so if you’re going to purchase anything from them in the near future, I’d recommend getting it from a stockist rather than directly!
⭐ Organic cotton dressing gown - Christmas gift from The Ethical Shop.
Side note: When I asked Peppe to take these photos he asked if I was doing 'Januhairy' 😂 apparently it's a campaign where people grow their body hair for January. I wasn't doing Januhairy, just y'know, winter, and feeling lazy and all that. We laughed and moved on, because that's what any partner should do.
I've never been an 'advocate' for body hair positivity purely because I don't have much; I epilate my underarms when I feel like it, and the last time I felt like it was early September shortly before our wedding, and my leg hair is very light and sparse too. Eurasian genes!
The point is, body hair is normal; hair removal is a personal choice. Dig deep and ask if it's a personal choice right now for you. Either outcome is cool, just the reason behind it matters.
Have you tried any of these brands? What do you think of their products?
Thanks for reading!