11 iHerb eco friendly gifts | Gift guide
Check out these iHerb eco friendly gifts to get inspiration on eco and low waste gifts for yourself and friends. Tis the season to spread the joy – all year round 🙂 Making a birthday care package? Christmas hamper? We also have another iHerb Christmas gift guide on items to add to a Christmas hamper.
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Round up of best iHerb eco friendly products
Female care products
8. Reusable period underwear
Before we used reusable period underwear, we thought it would be inconvenient, but actually all you have to do is rinse it with tap water after and then machine wash it cold! Easy and fuss free 🙂 It’s good to wear overnight and it means you can rinse it out in the morning. The downside is that it is harder to wear to work as you should really only wear it up to 6 hours/overnight. This would be a good product to rotate with normal period pads.
9. Menstrual cups
Period cups are great as you only need to empty them out every 6-8 hours/overnight, give them a quick rinse and pop them back in. There’s no hassle with using it at work. It feels so comfortable that you don’t even realise you’re wearing it! Sometimes there might be tiny leaks causing stains on your underwear, so it may be good to use in combination with period underwear.
11. Compostable picnic cutlery and plates
Trying to find a more eco friendly option than one use plastic cutlery and plates for picnics and barbeques? Well, these compostable cutleries have got you sorted! Bury it in the earth, sand or bring it home to your composter? Eco friendly themed picnic dates might become a thing 😉