List Of Eco Friendly Clothing Materials

When it comes to buying clothing, many people focus on how the item will look or fit. However, there are other factors that are just as important: sustainability and the environment. This is why we’ve created this list of eco friendly clothing materials and fabrics. We hope that you find it useful when shopping for clothes!


Wool is a natural fiber that is biodegradable and can be recycled. Wool is an eco friendly material because it doesn’t require chemicals to grow and has a low impact on the environment. It’s also sustainable, renewable and biodegradable.

Wool comes from sheep who are shorn every year so they don’t need any extra food or water to grow their wool coats. When you buy wool clothing, you’re not only buying something fashionable; but you’re also helping support farmers around the world!

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is grown without pesticides, so it’s good for the environment and your health. Organic cotton uses less water than conventional cotton, meaning that it takes less energy to produce. It also lasts longer–you can expect organic clothes to last up to five times longer than their conventional counterparts!

Hemp and Bamboo

Hemp and bamboo are two other eco-friendly fabrics that are gaining popularity for their sustainability. Hemp is a strong, durable, and sustainable material that can be used to make clothing, shoes and other products. Bamboo is also a sustainable material that can be used to make clothing and other products like paper towels or toilet paper …

10 Ideas For Eco-Friendly Products

Most of us know that it’s important to be eco-friendly, but sometimes we’re not sure how. Here are some simple ways you can use your shopping dollar to make the world a better place:

Reusable Water Bottle

A reusable water bottle is a great alternative to plastic water bottles. They’re easy to use and easy to clean, come in all shapes and sizes, some are insulated, and others can be used for other liquids besides water.

The Eco Vessel Wide Mouth is a popular choice on Amazon because it’s lightweight (less than 7 oz.), but still durable enough for everyday use. It also has an ergonomic design that makes it comfortable in your hand while you’re walking around town or hiking through nature’s playgrounds!

Biodegradable Cutlery

  • Disposable cutlery is bad for the environment.
  • Biodegradable cutlery is a better alternative.
  • How to dispose of biodegradable cutlery: throw it in the compost pile or trash bin, depending on what kind of container you bought your product in.
  • Where to buy biodegradable cutlery: You can find this type of product at most major grocery stores or online shops like Amazon and Etsy!

Compost Pail

Composting is a great way to reduce landfill waste, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and your carbon footprint.

Composting is an easy process that allows you to recycle food scraps and other organic materials like grass clippings or leaves into nutrient-rich soil for your garden. Composting also helps reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills by reducing the amount …

How To Make Organic Homemade Bathroom Cleaner

Bathroom cleaner is one of the most basic and useful household items, but it can also be expensive. Luckily, you can make your own homemade bathroom cleaner that works as well and is much cheaper than store bought cleaners. All you need is two common household ingredients: baking soda and vinegar. Baking soda has many uses around the house, from cleaning to deodorizing; it’s also a mild abrasive agent that will help scrub away stuck-on stains on surfaces like sinks or bathtubs. Vinegar dissolves mineral deposits left behind by hard water while also disinfecting surfaces such as tile floors or countertops

Mix together 1/2 cup of baking soda, 2 cups of vinegar and 10 drops of your preferred essential oil.

You will need:

  • 1/2 cup baking soda
  • 2 cups vinegar
  • 10 drops of your preferred essential oil (lavender is good for relaxation, citrus is great for uplifting)

Pour into a glass spray bottle and shake well.

Pour into a glass spray bottle and shake well. This homemade cleaner is ready to use!

To use, simply spray on the surface you want to clean and wipe off with a damp sponge or cloth.

Spritz on any surface you want to clean and scrub lightly with a damp cloth or sponge if needed.

  • Spritz on any surface you want to clean and scrub lightly with a damp cloth or sponge if needed.
  • Let sit for 30 minutes before wiping off.

Let sit for 30 minutes before wiping off with a damp cloth.

A Guide To Ethical Fashion

The fashion industry has come under fire in recent years for its treatment of workers, the environment, and animals. But it’s easy to be an ethical shopper: just choose clothes that fit your style and meet your needs without sacrificing those of others.

Ethical fashion isn’t just about the clothes you wear.

Ethical fashion isn’t just about the clothes you wear. It’s also about how they are made, who makes them, and what they are made of. Ethical fashion can also be considered an ethical lifestyle choice.

In addition to caring for animals and the environment, ethical fashion involves treating yourself and others with respect and kindness in all aspects of life–from relationships with friends and family members to how you treat yourself internally (e.g., eating healthy food).

It’s easy to be an ethical shopper.

It’s easy to be an ethical shopper. For example, if you want to buy second hand, there are plenty of options available:

  • Thrift stores
  • Charity shops (such as Oxfam).
  • Independent retailers that sell second-hand clothes and accessories, such as Etsy and eBay.

You can also get involved in ethical fashion by buying from brands that give back to the community:

You can create a personal style that works for you.

You can create a personal style that works for you.

Ethical fashion is not about having a uniform and sticking to it, but rather making choices that don’t harm others and the environment. This means choosing brands whose business practices align with your values, as …

Cleansing Dishwashing Liquid

Ironically, the most effective dishwashing liquid I’ve ever used is one that you can make at home. The key ingredient is castile soap, which was originally created as a more gentle alternative to harsher cleaning products. Coconut oil adds a moisturizing element and makes this dishwashing liquid smell like dessert (in a good way).


  • Coconut oil
  • Organic castile soap (I use Dr. Bronner’s)
  • Water, approximately 2/3 of the total amount of liquid in your finished product. The exact amount will depend on how much you want to make, but I would suggest starting with 1 cup of each ingredient and then adjusting based on your personal preference.
  • Essential oil(s), optional

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is a natural cleanser, moisturizer, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. Coconut oil can help you cleanse your skin without drying it out. It also helps remove dead cells from your skin’s surface so that new ones can grow more quickly.

If you have dry or sensitive skin coconut oil might be the best option for you because it does not contain any harsh chemicals that may irritate the skin like other dishwashing liquids do.

Organic castile soap

Castile soap is a vegetable-based soap made from olive oil. It’s mild, non-irritating and can be used on the skin and hair. Castile soap has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties, but it also makes an excellent shampoo, body wash or face wash (especially for those with sensitive skin). In fact, castile soap has been called “nature’s gentle …