We’re all on a drive to cut down on our waste, and be a little more kind to our planet. But we shouldn’t stop at home, its easy to stay sustainable on holiday too.
Caravanning and motorhoming is the perfect opportunity to ditch the nasties and go green. We're all doing our bit at home, recycling our waste, having a shorter shower, buying local, but its easier than you'd expect to do it when you're away as long as you have the facilities available to you when you're on holiday.
▲ Faith in Nature Shampoo Bar
This little bar packs a punch! It's vegan and cruelty free, contains only naturally-derived ingredients with no SLS or parabens and no plastic. It's hydrating and lightly-fragranced for the freshest smelling hair around.
Cruelty-free - no animal testing
Naturally-derived ingredients - no harsh chemicals, SLS or parabens
Cheeky Panda have created these 100% biodegradable, no nasties multipurpose wipes with the world in mind. As affective as the leading brand, you can clean up knowing that no harm will be done to the planet.
Kills 99% of germs
100% biodegradable - just throw them into the composter
Vegan and cruelty-free
Only natural ingredients
Free from fragrance
Kind to the planet - for every pack sold, a donation is made to help protect rainforests
▲ Boot Bananas - Natural Shoe Deodoriser & Air Purifier
Fantastically fresh, natural ingredients with antimicrobial properties. This bunch of BOOTylicious bananas works to neutralise nasty odours, absorb moisture and prevent any nasty stinks from coming back. Fragranced with lavender, lemon, patchouli & tea tree, they are long lasting and biodegradable.
Naturally-derived ingredients with antimicrobial properties
An all-round good product. If you're heading out on one of our motorhome holidays, chances are you're going to need sun cream. Green People have produced a natural, organic sun cream that's kind to sensitive skin (even those with eczema), non-greasy and cruelty-free.
UVA & UVB protection
Tan Accelerator technology
Moisturising ingredients suitable for all skin types
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