Why Exfoliating with Microplastic is Bad for the Great Lakes
Microplastic beads, what are they you ask? They are small plastic particles that have been found to pollute the Great Lakes. These microplastic beads are components to some of the most used facial scrubs brands. However, Unilever has taken a stance on improving the environment by removing harmful substances out of the facial scrubs ingredients. #beauty #unilever #savethewater #water #savetheearth #loveearth #envrionment
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In 2013, more than 35 million tons of food were disposed of as #foodwaste. Adopt these strategies for reducing food waste this year, and know that for many vegetables, the whole part can be used (like the leaves that grow alongside the broccoli plant - the BroccoLeaf - which can be used as a salad base and broccoli stalks which can be shredded into a slaw)!