Eco-friendly Products for Your Bathroom

Eco-friendly Products for Your Bathroom

August 21, 2018 0 Comments

At EnviroToilets, we specialize in eco-friendly, portable toilets for people wanting to cut down on their water usage, have easily portable toilets for travel or cabin life, or both.  But there are lots of other eco-friendly products for your bathroom on the market as well!  Here are some of our favorites to help you lighten your eco-footprint, either on the road or at home:

Who Gives a Crap toilet paper

It has a punny name, and it’s also good for the environment! Who Gives a Crap toilet paper doesn’t use trees; instead, they used recycled goods to create toilet paper. And 50% of the profits are donated to build toilets for people in developing countries, so Who Gives a Crap has an environmental and social impact.

Better Life toilet bowl cleaner

No one likes cleaning the toilet bowl, but Better Life toilet bowl cleaners make it easy! Their products are made in plants that use solar energy, and their nontoxic and biodegradable cleaners contain no chlorine, bleach, dyes, petroleum solvents, or phosphates so they’re safe around kids and pets. And unlike many toilet bowl cleaners, they’re safe for septic tanks and waterways.

Brush with Bamboo toothbrushes

Every part of this toothbrush is plant-based, even the wrapper! Plastic toothbrushes never biodegrade, but these toothbrushes are made with organic bamboo, which is the fastest growing plant. The toothbrushes are 100% organic, and the bamboo is grown without fertilizers or pesticides.

Eco friendly bamboo products

Dr. Brite toothpaste

This toothpaste is organic and plant-based and made without toxins, artificial colors or sweeteners, or synthetic ingredients! It’s made with minimal and recyclable packaging.

Schmidt’s Naturals deodorant

This deodorant is completely natural, vegan, and cruelty-free. Their containers may not be biodegradable, but the plastic ones are recyclable and they have a program set up to send in the glass jars to be reused!

Wild Soap Bar soaps

There are lots of eco-friendly soaps on the market lately, and one of our favorites is A Wild Soap Bar! They use minimal packaging with no plastic on their soap bars, and the soaps are all organic and use natural ingredients like aloe vera, beeswax and honey, coconut oil, and witch hazel.

Eco-friendly soap with beeswax and honey

Chagrin Valley shampoo bars

Shampoo bars have recently become popular because they don’t use any plastic packaging, they’re small and easy to travel with since they’re not liquid (you don’t have to worry about them taking space in your liquids bag in your carry on!), and one bar lasts twice as long as a bottle of shampoo! Chagrin Valley’s shampoo bars are organic and come in many varieties depending on your hair needs.

Method bathroom cleaners

Method is all about helping the environment, from using alternative energy sources at their manufacturing sites to investing in energy efficient equipment to their bathroom cleaners. Their cleaning products are biodegradable and free of phosphates, chlorine, and petroleum distillates, and even their packaging is made from 100 percent recycled material. Plus, with scents like Honeycrisp Apple and French Lavender, Method cleaners will help your bathroom get clean and smell great!

Non toxic cleaners safe for waterways

No matter if you want nontoxic products for your kids or if you’re trying to decrease your carbon footprint, these eco-friendly products for your bathroom are great products to use! And if you’re looking for an eco-friendly toilet for your cabin, RV, or even world travels, check out EnviroToilet’s selection of waterless toilets and accessories.




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