Finder Green Fave
Discover sustainable products our editorial team loves.
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Finder Green Fave is a regular column that highlights our favourite sustainable, eco-friendly, ethical and cruelty-free products. If there's a product that you love and think we should look into, leave a comment below or using our customer service chat.
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Going Green: Bank Australia
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Finder Green Fave: ASUVI Natural Deodorant
Equipped with a unique 100% biodegradable refill system, ASUVI's natural deodorant is one to keep an eye on.
Finder Green Fave: Modibodi period underwear
Comfortable, reusable undies that keep you feeling dry while keeping disposable pads and tampons out of landfill.
Finder Beauty Fave: Nudestix Nudefix Cream Concealer
A concealer that claims to be skincare-infused? Here's what I thought of the new Nudestix Nudefix Cream Concealer.
Finder Green Fave: ENJO Bathroom Mini
This reusable, fibre cloth gives you a way to clean the shower, sink, mirrors and taps without chemicals or extra products.
Australia’s green hotel of the year 2020
Looking for a sustainable hotel in Australia? Let the Finder Green Awards do the hard work for you.
Finder Beauty Fave: Alkira Mineral Radiance Facial Masque
Did this Australian-made, multi-functional mask live up to all its claims?
Finder Green Fave: Skin Republic hemp seed oil face mask
This waste-free mask isn't just great news for your skin, it's great news for the environment too.
Going Green: Sendle
Find out how this shipping service is delivering support to both people and the planet.
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