earth-friendly convenience. people-friendly design.

storage bags with a conscience

Plastic storage bags are a hard habit to break — but they take hundreds of years to decompose. So, our disposable storage bag is made with plants (not plastic!) to fully biodegrade in just 24 weeks, and is sturdy enough for re-use.

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zero toxins. zero mess.

peel-and-stick mosquito protection

Made for everyone, this DEET-free, powerful blend of peppermint and citronella essential oils help repel mosquitos for 6 to 8 hours — just stick one or more on your clothing, tents, or outdoor chairs and spend more time outside.

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sustainable production. cult design.

reduce, reuse, refill

Made in Switzerland, cult design meets next-level sustainability in our limited-edition reusable water bottle collab with SIGG. Each refill keeps plastic water bottles out of oceans — and is stamped with the Great Barrier Reef’s global coordinates to remind us all to reduce plastic and protect our amazing planet.

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plant-powered. high-powered.

the most natural, hardest-working hand sanitizer we know

Sometimes less is more. We made a hydrating hand sanitizer that naturally kills 99.9% of common germs with just four plant-powered ingredients — 80% ethyl alcohol from organic sugarcane, organic glycerine, and organic lemon and bergamot essential oils. So fresh. So clean. So good.

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one reusable dry cloth. zero fog.

here’s to clearer days ahead

Free from alcohol and smelly chemicals, the Fog Eraser is a reusable, patented dry cloth that uses nanotechnology to banish fog and bacteria for up to 24 hours. Perfectly sized for keeping everything from camera lenses to mirrors clean and clear — just wipe and go.

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donate $1. plant a tree.

currently planting: california

Each time you donate $1 at checkout, we plant a tree with One Tree Planted, helping offset your carbon footprint and ensure thriving forests and clean air for current and future generations. Our current project is helping restore forests in California destroyed by wildfires.

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