plastic free july
Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and communities. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics? You can read more about the movement here - Plastic Free July.
One of the easiest swaps you can make is to purchase solid soaps instead of shower gels and shampoos that come in plastic bottles. All of our soaps come with just a small information label made from recycled paper. All of the packaging we use is also #plasticfree.
To help you in your plastic free journey, we are offering our newsletter readers 5% discount with the code "PFJ5" for all orders in July.
Last month we launched our range of hair soaps - have you tried them yet? There are 5 different options to choose from:
Hair Soap - keeping it simple with no extras, no smell
Kaolin, May Chang - Kaolin gently absorbs excess oils, suitable for all hair types, lemony scent
Rhassoul, Rosemary & Lavender - Rhassoul clay absorbs oils and moisturises at the same time so good for drier hair
Bentonite, Lemongrass & Peppermint - Bentonite is great at absorbing oils so this one suits more oily hair
Bentonite, Rosemary & Tea Tree - antibacterial and absorbs toxins so good for more troublesome scalps
Read more on our website www.circlesoaps.com
To get the best out of your hair soap and to help you make the switch from a conventional shampoo, have a read of our shampoo guide
On Saturday, Glück unpackaged / organic shop opened in Rüti. It is great to be able to walk to your local shop to do plastic free shopping! Here you can now find our range of face & body soaps.
Glück Unverpackt Bioladen & Takeaway
zero waste switzerland
We are happy to announce that Circle Soaps are now members of Zero Waste Switzerland. They are an organisation promoting the zero waste movement and supporting people and companies to live more sustainably and reduce their waste.
Zero waste is a goal rather than a must. In today's society, it is almost impossible to live entirely zero waste. There are many things we can easily do to reduce our waste which, overall, will make a big impact.
Have a look on www.zerowasteswitzerland.ch to find out more, get tips and view their map of Switzerland showing the places you can shop plastic free.
Happy Plastic Free July... ;)