The Ten Best Zero Waste Products You Can Buy On Amazon

If you're trying to go plastic free and reduce the amount of waste you produce, or just looking for the most affordable zero waste gifts, it can be difficult to know where to begin. There are so many zero waste products on the market nowadays, but which are the best ones to buy? 

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My Zero Waste Product Recommendations

Here are my top ten picks for a more eco-friendly home and lifestyle.

1. This zero waste starter kit which includes stainless steel straws, a bamboo toothbrush, a travel cup, beeswax wraps, a cotton mesh grocery bag and a storage box is perfect for anyone looking to start reducing their plastic consumption.

2. Did you know that every plastic toothbrush you've ever owned still exists? A bamboo charcoal toothbrush is both recyclable and biodegradable, and the charcoal infused bristles provide natural whitening properties. 

3. These silicone food storage bags and silicone stretch lids are great for storing and transporting food while keeping it fresh. 

4. Plastic water bottles and coffee shop takeaway cups are a huge environmental problem. Try switching to a bamboo coffee cup and an insulated stainless steel water bottle for whenever you're on the go.

5. You can also swap your plastic straws for metal straws.

6. A bamboo cutlery set will save you having to use plastic utensils when you're out and about.

7. Get yourself some reusable grocery bags so you don't have to use plastic bags to carry your food shopping home. 

8. If you want to make your own natural cleaning products, these glass spray bottles are the perfect, eco-friendly way to store them.

9. Invest in some microfibre cloths to cut down on the amount of disposable paper towels you use to clean around your house. 

10. Switching from tampons and sanitary towels to a menstrual cup or reusable pads is another effective way to cut down on waste and help the environment. 

I hope this post has given you some insight into the products you can start using to reduce your plastic consumption. If you want to learn more about how to begin living a zero waste lifestyle, there are several books available you can read, including Zero Waste Home and 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste

What are your favourite zero waste products? Let me know in the comments.


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  1. The only thing here I haven't really used in menstrual cups, but I think I prefer the idea of biodegradable or reusable pads!

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  2. I keep talking to my husband about picking up some reusable straws. We cut the disposable ones out of our lives and have simply been skipping having a straw for the time being (unless using a tumbler with a straw built in) but I honestly kind of miss them in some situations... I think it would be a great investment for our outdoor bar during the summer!

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