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If you read my blog regularly you will know that I love products that are sustainable and eco friendly. And so I was delighted when Jungle Culture got in touch to ask me to review some of their earth-friendly products. Here is what we thought of the eco friendly products from Jungle Culture.
*Disclaimer – Ad post – we were kindly sent some products to review by Jungle Culture, but all opinions are our own. For more details see the Disclosure Policy page.
Eco Friendly Products From Jungle Culture – Our Review
I am a firm believer of the ‘every little helps’ approach to being green. I do believe that just a few simple swaps around the home can lead us to living a much greener and sustainable life. And it really will help the planet.
When you are out and about or on a night out, there is nothing worse than seeing plastic straws and cutlery littering tables and floors. Did you know that 500 million plastic straws are thrown away each year? And these won’t break down for over 200 years, and will still leave behind plastics.
Similarly, plastic disposable razors really have no place in the world today. Without a doubt we really need to be moving away from single use plastics, as they are polluting our planet and oceans.
Who Are Jungle Culture?
Jungle Culture are a great site to visit to purchase some sustainable and reusable alternatives. Founded in 2018, they sell earth-friendly plastic free products. Importantly their products are sourced ethically from all around the world, and they love to work closely with the artisans that make the products.
Amongst their wares they sell up cycled coconut bowls, bamboo cutlery and bamboo straws. But they also sell bamboo safety razors, stainless steel straws and plastic free razors. They sent us a selection of their eco friendly gift ideas.
Bamboo Handled Safety Razors
Firstly, Jungle Culture sent us one of their eco friendly safety razors.
Plastic razors really are totally avoidable. And this bamboo handled safety razor is a brilliant alternative. With space for a double edged blade, it is weighted to ensure an easy shave for even the most novice of razor users. A great sustainable gift, it is made from durable chrome and natural bamboo. It just looks lovely. In addition, it comes with its own jute travel bag, which makes carrying it on your travels easy. Never buy a single use razor again!
Bamboo Cutlery Set and Pouch
Next, we were also sent this jute pouch containing a set of bamboo cutlery. The set comes complete with knife, fork, spoon and a straw with a coconut fibre cleaning brush. Altogether these items make a great set, and are a really sturdy set of utensils which would be perfect for picnic and lunch boxes.
Moreover, the pouch is also a really sturdy design, as it has fastenings in three places. Consequently, this means that it remains very neat and flat once it is packaged away. The whole set looks really substantial and would make a wonderful sustainable gift.
Bamboo Straws And Pouch
Finally, we were sent some bamboo straws and pouches. The straws were kindly personalised with our website name.
Undoubtedly, using reusable straws is much better than using a disposable one. And they are so easy to slip in your bag. I even made a bamboo straw pouch which is a brilliant way to carry your straw with you everywhere.
The Jungle Culture straws are individually hand crafted in Vietnam. And Jungle Culture work closely with the family that makes them on their farm. They are the perfect eco friendly solution to plastic straws, and are made without the need for chemicals or pesticides. They are totally safe, organic and non-toxic.
In short, we were incredibly impressed with the quality of the products that Jungle Culture sent. They are clearly passionate about supporting the local farmers with who they work, and with helping to create a better environment for the future. In addition to this, their products are sourced ethically and are packaged with as zero waste as possible. I would have no problem recommending their goods and service.
To conclude, I do urge you to think about making some small swaps yourself. Why not take a look at my posts on making small bathroom swaps and kitchen swaps? Importantly, I do not believe that we can ever all be perfect. But even so, we can make a little difference, and if we all do this it could be a massive change to the planet. You could even try making your own eco friendly products.
What do you think of these eco friendly products from Jungle Culture? Have you taken a look at their site? I’d love to hear your thoughts. Comment here, or holler at me over at my social media channels.
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