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PRODUCT REVIEW: Biome Plastic Free Zero Waste Travel Container Kit

This July is Plastic Free month and what a better way to be a part of this movement than to ensure even when travelling you do your part to be plastic free.

Enter the Biome Plastic Free Zero Waste Travel Container Kit. The Zero waste plastic free travel size toiletries kit can be filled with your natural skin, hair or DIY products to take travelling, all in an organic cotton laundry bag.

Why you need it

The glass and metal alternatives to plastic travel containers help reduce single use plastics and the containers for liquid are below the 100ml maximum air travel restrictions. You will be doing your part to help reduce the use of plastics, and that can only be a good thing.

Features

The Travel Kit includes 8 containers (all supplied empty) consisting of glass and metal alternatives to plastic, packaged in an organic cotton laundry multi-use bag for packing your underwear, holding your washing, buying bakery items, snacks, or carrying lunch while travelling.

1 – 100ml clear glass oval bottle with aluminium screw cap (shown with jojoba oil)

2 – 30ml small clear glass bottle with aluminium screw cap (shown with apple cider vinegar)

3 – 30ml small clear glass bottle with aluminium screw cap (shown with coconut oil)

4 – 100ml clear glass jar with aluminium screw lid (shown with palm oil free body moisturiser).

5 – 130ml seamless travel tin. Dry product only. (shown with shampoo and soap bar)

6 – 15ml clear glass jar with aluminium screw lid (shown with Black Chicken deodorant paste)10ml seamless travel tin.

7 – 100ml ml round aluminium travel storage tin (shown with Ku Konjac Sponge).

8 – 15ml aluminium tin with screw lid (shown with DIY tooth powder)

Why you will love it

It feels good to do something for the environment and the Biome Plastic Free Zero Waste Travel Container Kit certainly helps with that. It is a great starting point in the plastic free movement and surprisingly easy to upkeep. Not only is it good for the environment, they look great too. Best of all, you can make your own products to go into the containers at the Biome’s Naked Beauty Bar. It offers a natural alternative to chemical produced products and reduces waste providing a healthier alternative for people and the planet. Customers can bulk buy over 40 natural ingredients to make zero-waste body care products at home including clay, salt, oil, shea and cocoa butter, honey, vinegar, sugar, soap berries, charcoal, petals and herbs.

 

Biome also has a broad range of plastic and waste free options, so visit www.biome.com.au to see what else you can add to your travel kit.

 

Kate Webster

About Kate Webster

Kate Webster is the founder and owner of Captured Travel Media. She is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself, but the world around her. An editor and travel journalist, Kate travels the globe in search of vivid imagery and compelling stories that capture the essence of the people and places she visits. She is a passionate conservation advocate, sustainable traveller and always travels with reason and cause.