Wooden cutlery made of solid birch wood. “1oo% nontoxic.” Biodegradable and compostable.
Natural “miswak” tooth-stick from the Peelu tree. Comes with a storage case.
“Miswak” tooth-stick from the Peelu tree. Plus sleek swivel cases so you can carry your miswak hygienically.
Natural “miswak” tooth-stick from the Peelu tree. Regular and travel size.
Deodorant is made using “only the purest of certified organic and natural ingredients” made in a USDA Certified Organic Lab. It’s “the safe and effective way to neutralize the worst of body odor without harmful chemicals – and it really works!” Contains a proprietary blend of essential oils. No “unscented” available.
Fabric, wood, and glass earrings with nickel-free studs.
A colorful selection of knit fabrics that are hard to find in 100% organic cotton. “We produce all of our fabric within 150 miles of our Asheville, NC headquarters from cotton grown in Texas by the Texas Organic Growers Co-Op. The dyes used are low impact fiber reactive and are maintained in a closed loop system. Textiles are typically bleached and dyed. We avoid bleached fibers by using a citrus scour for our naturals and a peroxide wash derived from apples for our whites. On the subject of color, we use non-radioactive, heavy metal free, fiber-reactive dyes in a closed-loop system, preventing any toxic substances from being released into the external environment and allowing unfixed dye and water to be recycled.”
A small collection of clothing for women and men made from 100% certified organic cotton n a GOTS certified factory in India. I love this clothing. Very simple classic design, plain colors, high integrity materials. “At Loomstate we work toward a shared vision, believing that whole clothing supply chains from cotton farm to fashion house can support sustainable clothing production.This is clothing that goes beyond fiber and fabric, to include the moral fibers we share and the community fabric that binds us.”
Clothing for women and men made from 100% organic and natural cotton, linen, hemp, ramie, bamboo and other natural fibers or natural fiber blends. Each piece has been chosen by a husband-and-wife who are former natural food store owners, now living in a rural area near Seattle. “We want life without poisons for ourselves and you, the soil and animals. We think you want that too.”Read descriptions carefully as some are made from tencel (wood pulp) and garments are made in many different countries.