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Let’s talk about something you likely haven’t talked about this week… armpits. Each one of us has armpits that are completely unique to us. Some have hair, some don’t. Some sweat a lot, some don’t. Some are stinky, some aren’t.  

Which is what makes finding the right deodorant hard. The right deodorant for our partners, best friends, or family members may not be right for us. And you may not even know you’re using the wrong deodorant for you, because you’ve never used the right one! 

Hair is a deeply personal thing. Unless you’re a buzz cut kind of person, there’s a high likelihood that you’ve been going to the same stylist for years. You probably have an arsenal of products you trust for styling your hair. And, you fluctuate between one to three hair styles outside of special occasions. 
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Sometimes, it can feel like dads are really hard to shop for. Some dads have everything. And some dads don’t want anything. There are likely a handful of us that asked our dads what they wanted for Father’s Day and all they said was, “A card.”
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If you’ve made it here, you’re likely considering buying a Leaf Razor. 

Well I have good news – I bought it, and have been using it for five months. So, I’m ready to share if a Leaf Razor is worth the investment. If you’re like me, then you are a little nervous to leave behind Ol’ Reliable, aka your plastic razor. 

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You’re in the kitchen, cutting your vegetables. You’re wondering if you have a jar big enough for the celery nub you’re cutting so you can replant it. You're immersed in the idea that vegetables can regrow a whole entire plant when you slice your finger. 

Luckily, the damage isn’t too bad, even if it does sting like the worst paper cut in the history of the world.

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Imagine being able to buy an item you frequently buy just once. When you get it, it doesn’t come in a giant package that takes up half of your storage space. It’s also not 400 rolls or 1,000 items. It doesn’t require a trip to a giant department store on a busy Sunday. Imagine once a year, you bought something… like a plastic snack or sandwich bag and then didn’t think about buying bags again until the next year. 

Now, imagine it’s not plastic.

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To create a waste-free world and limit plastic production, it's essential to promote zero waste awareness. A zero-waste approach to health, beauty, and general lifestyles can protect community health by reducing air, water, and soil pollution, as over time plastics and wasteful packaging can become highly regulated with proper public education and demand.
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Finding a durable, sustainable doormat can be, well, a pain. Some of the most durable outdoor mats come with a plastic coating on the bottom. As you probably already know, plastic isn’t great for the environment. At the end of a doormat’s life, whether due to being made of mixed material or being straight up plastic, doormats often can’t be recycled or composted. Instead, you have to send them off to a landfill and live with that little bit of extra environmental guilt. Yikes.

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We know that trying out a sustainable product that you’ve never used before can be intimidating. You don’t want to buy a product that you never end up using. You also don’t want to buy a product that doesn’t actually do a great job. And it’s hard to buy a product that’s more expensive than the product you normally buy. Especially when you’re harboring these functionality doubts. 
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If you’re looking for information on who’s buying the last round of drinks at the end of the night, we have bad news. You’re in the wrong place. If you’re looking for more information on the LastRound, a new sustainable item meant to replace single-use cotton balls, we have good news. You are in the right place. 
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No matter how clean you are, how little you sweat, how good you are at avoiding spills, you still have laundry. When you think of laundry you may envision the sound of a washer, humming, tucked away in some closet or tiny room. Or maybe you’re the type of person who takes their laundry into a laundromat. You bring along your favorite book and settle in for an afternoon of listening to the rinse cycle. 
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Imagine you’re packing for a big trip that you’re excited about. You and your best friend are going somewhere you’ve always wanted to go. It’s the night before you leave. You are packing later than you’d like because you worked late. It doesn’t matter too much, because you can’t wait to get to your destination first thing in the morning. 
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