♼ Re-usable Easy Beauty DIY's ♼ Reduce • Reuse • Recycle

This Earth Day I want to share with you a few of my recent discoveries for a more Eco-friendly and easy way to reduce waste, re-use items and recycle what we can. I hope you enjoy my Eco-friendly tips! Happy Earth Day!

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This video is in partnership with Ad-Council to help spread the message of recycling and my personal advice towards reducing waste and recycling.

For more information on how to reduce, re-use, and recycle visit: http://iwantoberecycled.org

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• FEATURED IN VIDEO:
Recycled wood panels: local recycled wood shop
world globe stencil: Amazon or Arts & Crafts stores
non-toxic paint by: Martha Stewart
Rope: Home departments or Arts Crafts stores

↓ RE-USABLE BEAUTY ITEMS ↓
• Re-usable shopping bag: Baggu

• Re-usable Organic face pads: (Handmade)
You'll need↓
organic cotton/hemp fabric
scissors (to cut round shape)
needle & thread
or you can buy it already handmade on: Etsy.com

• Bamboo Toothbrush: Whole Foods
• Organic Wash Cloth: Cayuchi
• Recycled Shaver: Preserve
• Wooden Dry Brush: Whole Foods
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FTC Disclaimer: This video is in partnership with ad-council. I am not asked to sell or promote products. I am only in agreement to promote my advice on recycling and the importance of reducing waste, re-using items, and recycling. As always all opinions are my own. The information I gathered is from www.iwanttoberecycled.org and the DIY tips are my own. Thank You!