I also bought this ‘bag’ to use in the shower, which makes it a little easier to hold the soap, and apparently it exfoliates a little as well.
It is imported from Egypt though, which isn’t great airmiles wise, but it is completely biodegradable.
At the soap market stand, I also bought this little soap dish that is completely made out of coconut!
At a store called Fille à Papa in Bordeaux, I picked up these two ‘vacuum’ fridge lids that can basically seal any pot you put them on, these are especially great for our apartment because we don’t have many big tupperwares but we do cook a lot, so this will eliminate any plastic cling foil in our kitchen! There is a tiny pit of plastic on the packaging though, but compared to what we would use it’s nothing.
Another kitchen swap I finally found are these Senseo pad filters for loose coffee grounds, I got a hand me down Senseo coffee maker from my uncle, and I have one at home with my parents as well, but the packaging the coffee pads come in are quite small and wasteful. I also prefer some kinds of coffee that I haven’t found in pads yet, so these refillable pads are a great solution for me. Again, this packaging contains some plastic, but it will save more in the long run, and I can keep using my coffee machine!
So that’s my sustainable haul! Hope you enjoyed this type of post, do let me know in the comments what you think!
Thanks for reading!