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A little while back, we gave our best tips for a zero-plastic bath and beauty routine. This is not only quite easy to achieve, but will result in a much more beautiful bathroom. We've picked out another 14 self care essentials that we'd love to add to the wishlist.

Above: Hamam Towel, organic cotton, Atelje Stockholm/Tambur. Wooden Toothbrush, June Home Supply.

Also read: Easy Solutions for a Zero-Plastic Bath and Beauty Routine

Shop the Self Care Products

1. Deodorant Cream, Fat and the Moon. 2. Natural Bath Sponge, Redecker/Tambur. 3. Sisal Glove, Artilleriet.

4. Face Brush, June Home Supply. 5. Himalayan Bathing Salt, Guy Morgan Apothecary/Reve En Vert. 6. Natural Toothpaste Activated Charcoal, Georganics/Lapland Ecostore.

7. Umezawa Wooden Stool, June Home Supply. 8. Bamboo Toothbrush, 100% biodegradable, Humble Brush/Tambur. 9. Alabama Simple Soap, Kindred Black.

10. Toothpaste Charcoal, (unfortunately, this is plastic, but made with the GreenLeaf technology) Humble Brush/Naturligt Snygg. 11. Nail Brush, Iris Hantverk/Artilleriet. 12. Windu Bubinga Wood Wooden Bristle Brush, Kindred Black.


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