10 Reusable Fashion, Beauty, & Home Products To Shop For Earth Day

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If you’re trying to be more green in all facets of your lifestyle, a good place to start is to invest in reusable products. Can’t think of where to begin? Ahead, TZR rounded up some common eco-friendly items you can use over and over again across beauty, home, and fashion.

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These colorful BAGGU bags don’t resemble your average grocery totes, which makes them perfect for styling with your everyday outfits. Should you decide to pick up some last-minute produce for dinner, this carry-all will be on hand to assist.
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Swap out your disposable dryer sheets for these wool dryer balls that gently soften your clothes and help circulate laundry more efficiently. The balls, which come in a pack of three, can be used for hundreds of loads.
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Cut down your dependence on single-use plastics. This water bottle received a 4.7 rating out of 5 on Amazon and has thousands of reviews, which means it’s worth adding to your checkout cart.
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When your reusable water bottle starts to perspire, keep the moisture contained in this luxurious holder. You can sling the strap over your shoulders like you’re toting a stylish handbag.
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Pure Luxury Organic Bamboo Reusable Cosmetic Rounds
Jenny Patinkin
To green your beauty routine, start by investing in reusable makeup pads. These soft organic bamboo rounds are naturally hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial.
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This carry-all tote will be the most used bag in your closet for summer due to its natural versatility. Stuff it with picnic goodies, your workout gear, or groceries.
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These functional glass straws are pretty enough to be displayed on your kitchen countertop and help you cut down on the use of plastic. They’re made with Borosilicate glass, which is resistant to thermal shock, and comes with a pouch, case, and brush cleaner.
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Printed Cotton Face Covering
Instead of a single-use mask, invest in washable ones. The mosaic print on this cotton face mask was inspired by the works of American artist Rashid Johnson, which explored anxiety and escapism.
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Hand Soap Starter Set
Instead of buying new hand soap bottles when you run out, simply invest in Blueland’s reusable soap dispensers. Just drop in a dissolving soap tablet, which comes in compostable packaging, and you’re good to go.
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The next time you’re heading out for a coffee run, bring this non-disposable mug with you. It’ll cut down on your use of plastics drastically, especially if you love ordering your morning tea or coffee from the cafe downstairs.

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