Tiny Yellow Bungalow: the one stop locale for natural productsFrancesca Palange
What started as an experimental blog in sustainability in the Spring of 2015 is steadily making its transformation into an online eco-conscious shop. The intentions for the blog, and now for the online shop as well, are basically to learn to do good things for the earth and personal health. The brand’s mission is to provide a simple one stop locale to purchase natural products, avoiding the constant pollution of our bodies and planet with toxins. Tiny Yellow Bungalow has done the work of reading labels and reviews and found the best authentically healthful products on the market.
Tiny Yellow Bungalow does not produce its own products but rather looks for zero waste, plant based, and eco-friendly goods already available in the market. However, be aware that the composition of the products is not necessarily stated in their descriptions. Point to improve!
Nevertheless, have a look at these 2 fantastic articles!
A sweet, fruity blend of Dragon Fruit Juice, Organic Green Tea, and Certified Organic Vegetable Oils. Made with Certified Organic Olive Oil, Certified Organic Coconut Oil, and Certified Organic Shea Butter.
This bar is moisturizing, but has been custom formulated for more Normal/Oily skin. It has a great lather, and smells delicious.
No Synthetic Fragrance Oils, No SLS, No Parabens
No Melt and Pour Soap Bases, No Chemical Preservatives
All Handmade, Cold Process Soap with a base of Certified Organic Vegetable Oils. Plus, NO PALM OIL.
Also, the outside wrapping of the soap bar is made of plantable flower seeded paper. You don’t throw the paper away. Simply, soak in water, plant, and watch the flowers grow!
One of the driving motivators behind behind Loofah-Art is to undertake the challenge of helping to provide both humanitarian and economic support to impoverished farmers and their families in developing countries around the world. Currently over 11,000 farmers have been trained and certified to grow and cultivate natural loofah sponges. The fabricating process employs local craftsmen and technicians who hand process, dye, sew, and finish the products and package them for shipment. The growing of loofah not only helps save the land from ecological erosion, but a percentage of all proceeds received from the sale of Loofah-Art goes back to the countryside to provide funding to build new schools, much needed medical care and decent living conditions.
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