This weekend, the world celebrated Earth Day, a day to appreciate nature and to make a commitment to protect the earth for future generations. I’ve always been a believer that small actions can make a big difference so to me, Earth Day is a time to plan small ways I can help make the world a better place all year long. And that’s exactly what Live Clean is doing as well with its new 1L Hand Soap Refill bottles!
Available in three popular varieties, these 1L refill containers are a perfect way to use less plastic while also getting more value for your dollar. Choose from Moisturizing Sweet Pea, Hydrating Fresh Water or Hydrating Argan Oil. Personally, I adore the sweet almond-like scent of the Hydrating Argan Oil hand soap; it’s a great way of keeping my hands soft and protected from harsh Saskatchewan winds.
The bottles contain enough hand soap to refill an original pump bottle of Live Clean Hand Soap twice and of course, like all Live Clean products, the soap is free of parabens, phthalates, SLS and mineral oil. In other words, it’s a smart choice for the earth in more ways than one!
Want to add some eco-friendly cleanliness to your house? Live Clean is very generously offering three lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader a prize pack containing their choice of any one of the Live Clean 500mL pump hand soaps and one of the 1L refill bottles, a $13 total value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about a small thing you do to help make the earth a better place.
Live Clean Hand Soap has been a household essential for me for years now, and now that we’re officially starting the process of building our dream home, I can’t wait to ensure every bathroom has a bottle of the soap with my refill bottles ready when needed. Find the bottles and other great Live Clean products at stores across Canada or online today!
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We recycle, compost, and don’t use chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides on our lawn or garden.
Does constantly telling your kids to turn lights and monitors and tvs off, count? lol Seriously, we try to be very conscientious about all of those things and recycle, compost, and not use any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
I carry a reusable bag in my purse at all times so I don’t have to use plastic bags at a store.
I try to walk as much as I can everywhere instead of driving.
One of the things I do is recycle our beverage containers
I recycle paper, cans, and plastic as much as possible.
I compost all kitchen left overs and use them in my veggie garden .
I grow my own veggies and compost the waste!
We recycle our bottles and cans!
I’m growing my own pesticide-free tomatoes on my balcony this year