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Embracing animal-friendly Products: A Win-Win for the Environment and Our Well-Being

In recent years, there has been a noticeable shift towards embracing a more sustainable and compassionate lifestyle. One significant aspect of this movement is the increasing popularity of cruelty-free products. Beyond personal dietary choices, opting for animal-friendly options extends to various aspects of our lives, including household items, cosmetics, and even clothing. This shift isn’t merely a trend; it reflects a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness between our choices, the environment, and our health.

Our Revival Conditioner Bar

Environmental Impact

Our Vegan Aleppo Soap

Choosing vegan products is a powerful way to reduce our ecological footprint. Animal agriculture is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, and water pollution. By opting for plant-based alternatives, we can significantly decrease the demand for resources such as water and land while mitigating the harmful environmental effects associated with animal farming.

Health Benefits

Our Hydrating Coconut Milk Bath

Beyond environmental considerations, incorporating animal-friendly products into our lives can also have significant health benefits. By prioritizing plant-based alternatives, we can reduce our intake of saturated fats and cholesterol while increasing our consumption of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants—essential components for overall well-being. Just as we prioritize our health, it’s essential to extend the same care and consideration to our pets’ well-being. Choosing products that are free from toxic chemicals and animal by-products can contribute to their longevity and vitality.

Compassionate Living

Lona Tote Bag – Not to Die For

Embracing a vegan lifestyle is not just about personal health and environmental sustainability—it’s also a reflection of our values and compassion towards all living beings. By choosing products that do not rely on animal exploitation or testing, we align our actions with our belief in kindness and empathy.


In conclusion, the choice to incorporate animal-friendly products into our lives represents a powerful commitment to sustainability, health, and compassion. By making mindful choices in our consumption habits, we can collectively contribute to a healthier planet and a more ethical future for all beings. Whether it’s opting for plant-based foods, cruelty-free cosmetics, or sustainable pet care products, every decision we make has the potential to create positive change. Let’s embrace a lifestyle that not only benefits ourselves but also fosters a more harmonious relationship with the environment and all its inhabitants.

Pro tip: If you are looking for vegan and cruelty-free products but hate reading labels, check out the Not to Die For shop. All items are thoughtfully curated by vegans.

Beauty Sustainability Vegan beginner

Cruelty-Free Holiday Gifts: Ideas for Celebrating the Season Consciously with Ntdf.*

The holiday season is a time for spreading love and joy, and what better way to express it than by gifting presents that reflect our commitment to ethics and respect for all forms of life on the planet? If you’re looking for options that are not only animal-friendly but also beneficial, here are some ideas that might delight your loved ones.

Shampoo and Conditioner Bars

The shift towards cruelty-free personal care products has been a positive trend in recent years. Shampoo and conditioner bars are not only eco-friendly due to their minimal packaging but also offer benefits for both hair and the environment. Made with natural ingredients and free from harsh chemicals, these products provide a gentle and nourishing washing experience, keeping hair healthy and radiant.

Shampoo Bar and Conditioner Bar

Vegan Blush Stick

Vegan makeup has gained popularity for its commitment to no animal-derived ingredients and support for ethical production. The vegan blush stick offers a practical and versatile way to enhance natural beauty. Its smooth texture and easy application enable achieving a radiant and healthy look without compromising ethical values.

Vegan Blush Stick

Double-Edged Safety Razor

Double-edged razors are not just a statement of classic style but also a sustainable and animal-friendly option. Built to last, these razors significantly reduce plastic waste generated by disposable razors. Moreover, they provide a precise and comfortable shave without the need for animal-tested products.

Double Edged Safety-Razor

Aromatic Candle

Vegan aromatic candles are a delightful gift that can add warmth and tranquility to any home. Crafted with plant-based waxes and essential oils, these candles offer a relaxing aromatic experience without relying on animal waxes or synthetic fragrances. Additionally, many come in recyclable packaging, supporting a more sustainable lifecycle.

Candle Not To Die For 


Explore the ultimate self-care box crafted to curate an unparalleled home spa experience. Meticulously designed, this box is perfect for gifting or indulging yourself. It features: one Not to Die For* soy candle and three Forest bath bombs for a truly rejuvenating retreat.

Natural Spa Bundle and Natural Experience Selection

Gifting during the holiday season is not just about exchanging items but expressing care and consideration towards our loved ones and the world around us. By opting for cruelty-free gifts, we’re not only honoring our ethical values but also contributing to a more conscious and sustainable future for all.

This Holiday Season, choose to gift with love and responsibility. Choose Not To Die For*.

Happy Holidays!

Why choosing wooden and vegan hair care products is better for your hair

ntdf hair tips

In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the importance of choosing environmentally friendly and cruelty-free products in our daily routines. This trend extends to our hair care products, where the use of wooden and vegan options has gained popularity. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons why opting for wooden and vegan hair care products is not only better for the environment but also for the health and vitality of your hair.

Anti-Frizz Bamboo Brush

Environment friendly

One of the most compelling reasons to switch to wooden and vegan hair care products is their eco-friendliness. Traditional plastic hair care items contribute to pollution and are often difficult to recycle. In contrast, wooden hairbrushes, combs, and accessories are sustainable and biodegradable. Using these products reduces your carbon footprint and supports a more sustainable future for our planet.

Wild Tooth Bamboo Comb

Vegan ingredients promote healthy hair

Vegan hair care products contain plant-based ingredients that are free from harsh chemicals, sulfates, and parabens. These gentle formulations are better for your hair because they avoid stripping its natural oils, resulting in a healthier and more balanced scalp. Additionally, vegan products are typically rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals that promote hair strength and growth.

Our Vegan Shampoo and Conditioner with refill


For individuals with sensitive skin or allergies, wooden hair care products are an excellent choice. They are less likely to cause skin irritation or allergies compared to plastic or metal counterparts, as they are made from natural materials and do not contain synthetic or potentially harmful substances.


Wooden hair care products are durable and long-lasting. While plastic alternatives may wear out quickly, wooden brushes and combs can serve you for many years, reducing waste and the need for frequent replacements.

Our Bamboo Hair Set

Choosing wooden and vegan hair care products is a conscious decision that benefits both your hair and the environment. By making this switch, you can enjoy healthier and more vibrant hair while reducing your ecological footprint. Additionally, you can take pride in supporting cruelty-free practices and ethical manufacturing processes. Make the switch today and start reaping the rewards of choosing a more sustainable and responsible path to beautiful hair. Your hair, the planet, and future generations will thank you for it. Get your Earth friendly products at Not to Die For* and join the r-evolution.

Winter-proofing your smile: tips for keeping your lips healthy

chapped lips winter

Winter is an absolutely delightful season, filled with fun things like the Holidays, cozy sweaters, and hot cocoa. However, winter also brings with it some challenges and one of the most common complaints during this season is chapped and dry lips. It might take a little extra work, but you can still have soft lips in winter by following simple steps.

Remember to hydrate 

One of the most common causes of chapped lips during the winter is dehydration. Cold, dry air can sap moisture from your skin, including your lips. To combat this, it’s essential to stay well-hydrated. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your skin —and lips— properly moisturized from the inside out.

Use a quality lip balm 

Invest in a good quality lip balm that contains hydrating ingredients like beeswax, shea butter, coconut oil, or cocoa butter. Apply it liberally throughout the day to create a protective barrier against the harsh winter winds and lock in moisture. Keep a lip balm in your purse, pocket, or desk so you can reapply as needed.

River Organics lip balm / $10-$13

Avoid licking your lips

It’s a common habit to lick your lips when they feel dry, but this can actually make the problem worse. Saliva contains enzymes that can break down the skin on your lips, leading to even more dryness and chapping. Instead of licking your lips, reach for your lip balm.

Cover your mouth when you’re outdoors

If you’re planning to spend extended time outdoors during the winter, especially in windy or snowy conditions, consider covering your lips with a scarf or a high collar. This will help shield them from the harsh elements and prevent moisture loss.

Humidify your environment

Indoor heating systems can make the air inside your home incredibly dry, which can contribute to dry lips. Consider using a humidifier to add moisture to the air in your living spaces. You can find some cheap options online

Be careful with matte lipsticks

While matte lipsticks can look amazing, they tend to be more drying than other types of lip products. During the winter, consider using moisturizing lipsticks, lip stains, or lip glosses that provide color while also protecting and moisturizing your mouth.

Taking care of your lips and the environment shouldn’t be as hard as it is, which is why at Not to Die For* we want to make sure you have access to green alternatives to everyday products, so you can worry about your personal care, and we’ll take care of the rest. Check out our shop

Drip by drip: 6 easy ways to conserve water 

Drip by drip: 6 easy ways to conserve water 

Water is a precious resource that we often take for granted. It’s not news that water is scarce and some places can’t even get access to clean sources. We know it’s hard to change habits, but by adopting simple yet effective measures, we can significantly reduce water consumption in our homes. Here are some easy, actionable ways in which you can save water (and lower your bills!)

Fix leaks

One of the most common culprits of water waste is leaks. Even small drips can add up to a substantial amount of wasted water over time. Regularly check your faucets, toilets, and pipes for leaks, and repair them. By addressing leaks promptly, you can prevent unnecessary water loss and reduce your water bill!

Install water-efficient fixtures

Consider replacing old fixtures with low-flow alternatives. Install low-flow showerheads and faucets that can help you save significant amounts of water without compromising on functionality. Similarly, opt for dual-flush toilets or place a water-saving device in your toilet tank to reduce the amount of water used per flush.

Dual-flush toilet

Take shorter showers

Showers can consume a considerable amount of water, especially if you tend to take long, leisurely showers. Challenge yourself to shorten your shower time by a minute or two. Over time, this small change can lead to significant water savings. Additionally, consider turning off the water while lathering or shaving to conserve even more water.

BONUS TIP: Solid shampoos and conditioners help you waste less product, and therefore help lower water pollution. 

Collect and reuse rainwater

If you have a garden or plants that need watering, you can collect rainwater for these purposes. Of course, it’s not safe to drink or bathe in rainwater, but collecting rainwater in barrels or tanks allows you to reuse it for various purposes such as watering plants and cleaning. 

Gutter rainwater collection system

Optimize outdoor water usage

When it comes to outdoor water usage, simple changes can make a big difference. Water your lawn and garden during cooler hours, preferably early in the morning or late in the evening, to minimize evaporation. You can also consider installing a drip irrigation system, which delivers water directly to the plant roots, reducing waste.

Be mindful of dishwashing

  • When washing dishes by hand, don’t leave the tap running continuously. Instead, fill one side of the sink with soapy water for washing and the other side with clean water for rinsing. This simple method can save a substantial amount of water compared to running the tap continuously.
  •  If you have a dishwasher, make sure it is fully loaded before running it to maximize water efficiency.

At Not to Die For*, we want to make it easy for people to help the environment, that’s why we created our shop, filled with alternatives for eco-conscious people. We also have tons of resources to help beginners during their first steps on the journey of green living. Check them out! 

Is switching to a plant-based diet possible for athletes? 

Is switching to a plant-based diet possible for athletes? 

Yes! If you don’t believe us, look at Venus and Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic. Switching to a vegan diet as an athlete is not only possible, but it can also help you thrive in your sport. However, it’s important to consider a few key factors to ensure that your nutritional needs are adequately met. Here are some aspects to take into account when transitioning to a vegan diet as an athlete:

Venus and Serena Williams via Good Morning America

Nutritional balance

As a vegan athlete, it’s crucial to ensure that you’re getting a well-rounded balance of macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) as well as micronutrients (vitamins and minerals). Pay attention to sources of plant-based proteins, such as legumes, tofu, tempeh, seitan, and quinoa. Incorporate a variety of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds to obtain a wide range of nutrients. 

Caloric intake

Depending on the intensity and duration of your training, you may need to adjust your caloric intake to meet your energy requirements. Plant-based foods tend to be less calorie-dense, so you may need to consume larger volumes of food or include more calorie-dense options like nuts, seeds, avocados, and healthy oils to meet your energy needs.

Protein requirements

Protein is crucial for muscle repair and growth. While plant-based protein sources are abundant, they may have different amino acid profiles compared to animal-based proteins. Ensure you consume a variety of plant-based protein sources throughout the day to obtain all essential amino acids. Combining foods like legumes with whole grains or seeds can help create complete protein sources.

Iron and vitamin B12

Iron is important for oxygen transport in the body, and vitamin B12 is necessary for nerve function and red blood cell production. These nutrients are commonly found in animal products, so vegans should include adequate plant-based sources or consider supplementation. Iron-rich foods include legumes, spinach, maca powder, and dried fruits. For vitamin B12, fortified nutritional yeast, cereals, or supplements are recommended.

TIP: If you want to know exactly how to get your protein and what you need to supplement, we have a whole blog post talking about it! 

Meal planning and preparation

As an athlete, having a well-structured meal plan is really important to your athletic performance. Prioritize meal prepping, cooking in bulk, and carrying snacks to ensure you have access to plant-based options during training or competitions.

Here’s an example of a high-protein vegan plan for athletes. 

Consult a dietitian or a nutritionist

Consider working with a registered dietitian who specializes in vegan nutrition and sports performance. They can provide personalized guidance, assess your specific nutrient needs, and help you optimize your diet for athletic performance.

Remember that each person’s nutritional needs may vary based on factors such as age, gender, body composition, and training intensity. Consulting a healthcare professional can help you create an individualized plan tailored to your unique requirements.

While switching to a plant-based diet requires attention your nutrition, with proper education you can thrive as a vegan athlete! At Ntdf.* we want to help you achieve your goals, making it easy to transition to a vegan lifestyle. Check out our shop and our vegan resources

How to build a zero-waste beauty routine 

How to build a zero-waste beauty routine 

Going zero waste can be a daunting task, but it is an important and rewarding step towards living a more sustainable lifestyle. When it comes to personal care products, building a zero-waste beauty routine is possible with a bit of effort and planning. Here are some tips to help you get started:

  1. Start by taking an inventory of all the items in your home that generate waste.
  2. Identify which items can be reused or recycled, and which items need to be replaced with more sustainable alternatives.
  3. Buy in bulk when possible.
  4. Look for products that are packaged in glass, metal, or paper containers that can be reused, recycled, or composted.
  5. Opt for solid products that don’t require a container, such as bar soaps and shampoos.
  6. Invest in reusable items that can be used instead of disposable products, such as cotton rounds, washcloths, and reusable makeup remover pads.
  7. If you must use disposable items, look for products that are made from sustainable materials, such as bamboo or recycled paper.

But we wanted to go even further and give you some real-life examples of changes you can make to your routine to make it as zero-waste as possible. 

Oral Care

Bamboo Toothbrushes

Swap out your traditional plastic toothbrush for a bamboo alternative. Bamboo toothbrushes are biodegradable and take care of your oral hygiene while minimizing plastic waste. 

Ntdf.* bamboo toothbrush. 

Biodegradable dental floss

Upgrade your dental floss to a biodegradable option made from corn and bamboo fibers. Traditional nylon floss can take hundreds of years to break down, while biodegradable floss will naturally decompose in a much shorter time frame.

Biodegradable dental floss. 

Refillable mouthwash

There’s no need to buy a new plastic container when your mouthwash runs out! Nix is a brand that offers a powder option for their very effective (and delicious!) mouthwash. 

Nix powder mouthwash. 

Bath & Body

Solid shampoos and conditioners

Traditional shampoo and conditioner bottles contribute significantly to plastic waste. Transition to solid shampoo and conditioner bars, which are concentrated and long-lasting.

Revival solid shampoo. 

Safety razors

Instead of disposable razors, invest in a quality safety razor with replaceable blades. These razors are not only more durable but also significantly reduce the waste generated from shaving. 


Our very own safety razor

Deodorants with minimal packaging 

When shopping for deodorants, opt for brands that use minimal or paper packaging. This helps to reduce the demand for plastic and contributes to a cleaner environment. Plus, many of these deodorants, like this one from Long Wknd, are made with natural ingredients that are kind to your skin.

Long Wknd natural deodorant. 


Reusable makeup remover pads

Say goodbye to single-use cotton pads and makeup wipes and opt for reusable makeup remover pads. These soft, washable bamboo pads effectively remove makeup while being gentle on your skin (makeup wipes are notoriously harsh on your skin. 

Ntdf.* reusable pads. 

Makeup with paper packaging 

Blushes, lip balm, makeup palettes… They are all evolving and some companies are starting to use paper packaging. River Organics is one of these, and they make vegan products that look amazing on your skin!

River organics blushes. 

As you might have noticed, at Not to Die For* we are very passionate about reducing our plastic waste as much as we can.  We know it might be hard to transition to zero-waste alternatives, but very small change counts, and collectively, our efforts can make a substantial difference.

Trash talk: unveiling the reality of single-use waste

single use plastic

In today’s consumer-driven world, single-use plastic has become a huge part of our daily lives. From plastic bottles and straws to cutlery and packaging materials, they have infiltrated every aspect of our existence. However, the consequences of this phenomenon are becoming increasingly worrying, and are messing up our environment and our health. 

What are single-use plastics? 

Single-use plastic, also known as disposable plastic, refers to items designed for one-time use and subsequent disposal. Despite claims of recyclability, 90% of plastic is never recycled after being discarded. Some examples of single-use plastics include:

  • Plastic bottles
  • Styrofoam takeaway containers
  • Straws
  • Plastic packaging materials
  • Plastic cutlery
  • Plastic shopping bags

Marine wildlife in peril

The impact of single-use plastic pollution is most evident in our oceans. Sea turtles, whales, dolphins, and seabirds are among the most affected species. They often mistake plastic debris for food or become entangled in it, leading to injury, suffocation, and starvation. 

Chemical pollution and toxicity

Ocean pollution isn’t the only consequence of single-use plastics; microplastics, the tiny particles created when single-use plastic breaks down, contaminate our environment, water sources, and even the food we consume. This pollution not only disrupts ecosystems but also poses serious health risks. The chemicals present in plastics, including known endocrine disruptors, can lead to hormonal imbalances, reproductive issues, and even cancer.

The recycling illusion

While recycling is promoted as a solution, it’s important to take into account that only 9% of plastic waste actually gets recycled. The rest is either incinerated —contributing to greenhouse gas emissions— or dumped, perpetuating the plastic pollution crisis.

How can we reduce single-use plastics?

Reducing single-use plastics is a crucial step toward mitigating ocean pollution and minimizing the environmental impact of plastic waste. Here are practical and actionable ways you can make a difference by reducing your consumption of single-use plastics:

  • Bring your own reusable bags: Keep reusable shopping bags handy when you go grocery shopping or run errands. This eliminates the need for plastic bags and reduces the amount of plastic waste entering the environment.

 Ntdf.* Lona tote bag. 

  • Ditch disposable water bottles and coffee cups: Invest in a reusable water bottle (we recommend stainless steel bottles, since they maintain water temperatures better!). Refill it whenever you need a drink to avoid purchasing disposable water bottles. If you’re a coffee or tea enthusiast, bring your own reusable coffee cup or travel mug to cafes. Coffee shops are usually happy to fill your cup instead of providing a disposable one.
  • Say no to plastic straws: Skip the straw altogether or opt for reusable alternatives like stainless steel, bamboo, or silicone straws. If you still prefer using straws, carry your own and decline single-use plastic ones.

Stainless steel straws. 

  • Opt for loose produce: When shopping for fruits and vegetables, choose loose produce instead of items pre-packaged in plastic. You can use reusable produce bags!

Reusable produce bag. 

  • Avoid single-use cutlery: Carry a set of reusable cutlery (fork, knife, spoon, and chopsticks) in your bag or lunch box so you can avoid using disposable plastic utensils when you’re on the go.
  • Make homemade snacks: Instead of buying individually packaged snacks, prepare your own at home and store them in reusable containers. This not only reduces plastic waste but also allows you to make healthier choices.
  • Buy in bulk: When feasible, buy items in bulk to reduce packaging waste. 
  • Be mindful of packaging: When shopping, pay attention to the packaging of products you’re considering. Opt for items with minimal or no plastic packaging whenever possible.
  • Support brands with sustainable packaging: Support companies that prioritize sustainable packaging solutions, such as those using biodegradable materials. At Not to Die for* all our products have minimal packaging, and all our shipments are done with reused boxes! 
  • Spread the word: Educate your friends, family, and community about the importance of reducing single-use plastics. The more people are aware, the greater the collective effort to make positive changes.

By making a conscious effort to reduce single-use plastics, you contribute to a healthier environment and help protect our oceans from further pollution. Every small step counts, and together, we can create a more sustainable and plastic-free future!

How to start composting. What is it and why do we love it? 

How to start composting. What is it and why do we love it? 

Composting is the process in which organic matter such as leaves and food scraps breaks down into soil. It is an excellent method to recycle waste from your yard and kitchen while also enriching the soil in your garden. Apart from this, many eco-friendly options, like bamboo toothbrushes or cork packaging, are fully compostable! 

In this blog post, we will explore the numerous benefits of composting and provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to start your own compost.


The Benefits of Composting

It reduces waste

Composting allows you to avoid organic materials —such as food scraps and paper products— from ending up in landfills. This helps reduce the amount of waste that produces harmful greenhouse gasses through anaerobic decomposition.  

When organic waste decomposes in landfills, it releases methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. Composting provides an alternative by promoting aerobic decomposition, which produces significantly less methane emissions.

It enriches your soil

Compost is a natural fertilizer that enriches the soil with organic matter, essential nutrients, and beneficial microorganisms, promoting healthy plant growth and reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers. It improves your soil quality, fortifying its structure, moisture retention, and nutrient content.

It saves money

Composting reduces the need for store-bought fertilizers, soil conditioners, and mulch. Using homemade compost you can save money on gardening supplies and promote a sustainable approach to gardening.

It encourages biodiversity

Compost attracts beneficial organisms such as earthworms, insects, and microbes that improve soil health and enhance biodiversity in your garden. These organisms break down organic matter, aerate the soil, and improve nutrient cycling.

How to start your own compost


Choose a method

Decide between traditional backyard composting or using a composting bin or tumbler. All of these methods are effective, so choose the one that suits your space and needs. 

  • Backyard composting: A composting pile is a great way to start composting and consists of starting a heap or pile of organic matter that needs to be turned occasionally to aerate it.
  • Composting bins: If you don’t have a backyard, composting in your kitchen is possible using different types of indoor compost bins.They include a charcoal filter in the lid that helps with any potential odors. 
  • Composting tumblers: Compost tumblers are bins that sit on a sorting wheel and can be easily turned for aeration. 

BONUS TIP! If for any reason you can’t compost at home, there are many composting services that accept community composting. You can find your closest composting service on this website (US only). 

Select a location

Find a suitable spot in your yard that is convenient yet somewhat hidden. Ensure it has good drainage and is easily accessible for adding and turning the compost.

Gather compostable materials

Collect kitchen scraps like fruit and vegetable peels and coffee grounds. Also, include yard waste such as leaves, grass clippings, and small branches. The pile will break down faster if you add both “browns” (dry ingredients such as dead leaves, newspaper, and cardboard) and “greens” (wet stuff such as food scraps, lawn clippings, and fresh manure). 

“Greens” contain plenty of nitrogen while “browns” have more carbon, and your pile needs both. The usual ratio is 2 parts “browns” to 1 part “greens,” but you can vary this ratio somewhat.

Maintain moisture and aeration

Keep your compost moist but not overly wet (by mixing “browns” and “greens” like we previously said). Regularly turn the pile or use a composting bin with aeration features to ensure proper airflow and decomposition.

Use your compost!

Over time, your compost pile will break down into dark, crumbly soil. Once your compost is fully decomposed (usually within 2-12 months), it is ready to use in your garden. Spread it around plants, mix it with potting soil, or use it as a top dressing for your lawn.

Composting is a simple and effective way to reduce waste, improve soil health, and contribute to a more sustainable future. Embrace the art of composting, and watch your garden flourish while making a positive difference in the world.

At Ntdf.* we have been including more and more compostable items into our catalog. It’s incredibly important for us to minimize the waste we produce, which is why we will always use fully compostable packaging and recycled shipping boxes. 

5 eco-conscious summer essentials

5 eco-conscious summer essentials

Summer is a time of warmth, joy, and adventure, and it’s essential to take care of ourselves while also being mindful of the planet. We know how hard it is to shop ethically, so at Not to Die For*, we want to provide you with you with summer essentials that not only nourish and protect your skin, but also align with your values of compassion and sustainability. Here are 5 of our summer essentials: 

Public Goods Reef- Safe SPF 50 Sunscreen

Traditional sunscreens often contain chemicals like oxybenzone and octinoxate, which have been found to contribute to coral bleaching and damage. This sunscreen has reef-safe sunscreen filters, providing effective protection for your skin without compromising the health of our underwater ecosystems. 

It’s important to go for a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a high SPF (Sun Protection Factor) that shields against both UVA and UVB rays. You should apply sunscreen generously and reapply every two hours or after swimming or sweating.

Public Goods SPF 50 sunscreen – $13.95

Revival Lip Balm

Lips are susceptible to dehydration, so a nourishing and protective lip balm is a must-have. Our  vegan lip balm contains natural moisturizers like shea butter, coconut oil, and plant-based waxes. 

Revival lip balm – $6.95

Sheridan Body Lotion

Hydrating your skin is essential during the summer, as exposure to sun and heat can lead to dryness. The BKIND body lotion is a lightweight, non-greasy vegan body lotion that absorbs quickly. It also comes in a glass container! 

Sheridan body lotion – $22.50

Travel-Sized Toiletries

Travel-sized toiletries are convenient for on-the-go summer adventures. These mini (or solid) versions of essential products allow you to pack light and adhere to travel regulations. In our shop we have a kit we made with travellers in mind, but you can also get them individually! You can get travel-size toothpaste, shampoo bars, and conditioner bars.

The Cruelty-Free traveller essentials – $68.95

Ntdf.* Tote Bag 

This spacious tote bag comes in two designs and it’s made with high-quality organic cotton, it’s strong and sturdy and made for everyday use. By opting for a reusable bag instead of single-use plastic bags, you’re actively reducing waste and contributing to a greener planet. Take your tote bag to the beach, the farmers market, or on your travels, and embrace a sustainable lifestyle while enjoying the sun. 

Lona tote bag – $24

Fused tote bag – $24 

Embrace the season with products that reflect your values and elevate your summer experience. Let Ntdf.* be your go-to destination for vegan, planet-friendly summer essentials that allow you to enjoy the sun, protect your skin, and take care of the Earth—all at the same time. 

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