In The Know’s lifestyle contributor Melanie Sutrathada recommends sustainable alternatives for your kitchen.
Leaf razors are sustainable metal razors with pivoting heads that hug the curves of your body.
You’ll seriously find these eco-friendly paper towels in the home of every sustainability influencer ever — and for good reason.
Marketed as the world’s first reusable cotton swab, LastSwab is a sustainable alternative to disposable cotton swabs.
Knickey is a women-owned organic cotton underwear brand that sells four styles of simplistic undies in neutral tones.
My nails have been doing some serious social distancing from my cuticles lately — and I know I’m not the only one.
The Lotus Trolley Bags set includes a cooler bag for keeping perishables cold and pockets for protecting fragile items.
Take part in Plastic Free July by swapping plastic products in your home with these reusable or compostable alternatives.
If you’re looking to transition to a low-waste or low-impact lifestyle, consider these starter kits to, well, get started.
From taking a reusable water bottle with you to ditching plastic snack bags, there are tons of awesome products that can help you go green.