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ZERO WASTE/BULK MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY

ZERO WASTE/BULK MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY

This is a work in progress! if you know of a place that should be in this list please email me to contact@unpackedliving.com send pictures too! Whole Foods (State-wide) You can find milk in returnable glass bottles, and bulk aisles but most WF won't let you bring containers to use. Low-waste tip: Reusable bags are allowed for bulk (no taring), or the paper bags provided for bakery goods can also be used to buy bulk and avoid the plastic.Bulk peanut and almond butter is also available in plastic containers but the low-waste option is to buy the first container, and then...


GOING PLASTIC FREE: 20 EASY CHANGES I MADE

GOING PLASTIC FREE: 20 EASY CHANGES I MADE

Remember that the first rule of zero waste and Plastic-free is USE WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE so there's no need to throw everything you own and buy new things. It's a process and it takes time, so I advice to first take a look in your house and use what you have and then when you run out, find the Eco-friendly Plastic-free option for it. If you roam through your drawers and bags, I am sure you have tons of freebies, travel sizes and samples you haven't use, so first of all use all that! I am going straight to the...


HOW TO USE ORGANIC APPLE CIDER VINEGAR RINSE

HOW TO USE ORGANIC APPLE CIDER VINEGAR RINSE

Unlike some vinegar rinses in which the first ingredient is water, our vinegar rinse is a pure concentrated vinegar. So you can add water to create the perfect rinse for your hair and you are not paying for a product that is mostly water. Directions for Whole Head Rinse: Vinegar rinse should be diluted Shake well before use Add 8 ounces Warm water to Squeeze** or spray Bottle Add 1 - 4 Tablespoons of Herbal Vinegar and mix Pour or spray through wet hair after shampooing Take care to avoid eyes Massage into hair and scalp, paying attention to ends...

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