Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

Anabelle Weissinger

Anabelle Weissinger is a non-binary freelance writer and shopping editor at EcoCult. Their work focuses on sustainability, mental health, and wellness for the LGBTQIA+ community. They use their perspective to tell informative stories that are engaging and helpful to all readers. Learn more about their work and services at https://anabelleweissinger.wordpress.com
Anabelle Weissinger is a non-binary freelance writer and shopping editor at EcoCult. Their work focuses on sustainability, mental health, and wellness for the LGBTQIA+ community. They use their perspective to tell informative stories that are engaging and helpful to all readers. Learn more about their work and services at https://anabelleweissinger.wordpress.com
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Is Girlfriend Collective as Transparent and Sustainable as it Claims?

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Girlfriend Collective says transparency is a top priority. But the synthetics-heavy brand doesn't actually share all that much about sustainability.
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It turns out many brands that make sustainable clothing in extended sizes make healthy and hypoallergenic clothing, too. We found 17 different non-toxic plus size brands covering everything from basics to formal wear.
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Have you been suffering from skin sensitizing chemicals during your workouts without even realizing it? Check out our favorite natural fiber sports bras for safe and comfortable workouts, tested and reviewed.
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Pact Isn’t Eco-Friendly or Non-Toxic Anymore

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  • Jan 22, 2024
Customers are having reactions to the chemical smell, the quality is poor, and it doesn't even have a sustainability report and share its factories.
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Synthetic-Free Base Layers and Fleeces for Winter Ski and Snowboarding

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  • Dec 19, 2023
Do you know the secret to staying warm on ski trips, hiking outings, and frosty morning commutes? If you live for the slopes, you probably already know the answer: it’s base layers. Before you strap on your ski gear and venture out into the wilderness, make sure the layers that keep you warm are also good for your health and the natural beauty around you. 
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