Habitat Products is an Edmonton brand that was created to offset plastic consumption. These handmade and plant-based products have compostable packaging and use organic essential oils for wonderful scents, based on the seasons.
Six Scents Home & Bath products are natural, organic, biodegradable and made purposefully. Every ingredient serves a purpose and every product was carefully created. Six Scents is based in Rochester, Alberta.
Victorian Grooming is an Edmonton-based company that carefully researched how to make the best beard and grooming products. The products use a selection of natural base oils that leave your skin and beard looking and smelling amazing.
Simpatico Makers is an Edmonton company that creates a sustainable alternative to plastic wrapping in the form of beeswax wraps. The wraps are 100% cotton and raw beeswax making them completely compostable. The beeswax is local to Edmonton and responsibly harvested. Beeswax is naturally antimicrobial and allows the food to breathe making it even more practical than plastic wraps. These beeswax wraps rolls are meant to be cut to size and work better the more you use them. If the wax cracks or flakes, simply put it between two parchment papers and iron the wax back into the cotton.
Handmade in Edmonton, Plantiful makes products with foraged wild grown plants in and around the city. Focused on making nourishing skin care products, Plantiful cares just as much about the environment. As an herbal apothecary, Plantiful uses the whole plant processing system which means that they receive ingredients in their whole form and does all of the processing themselves. This ensures that the products are organic, pure and entirely natural.
Going Green Bodycare is a new Gibbons brand that focuses on often vegan and always hypoallergenic products for your body. The products come in a reusable jar or as a bulk refill because Going Green means taking care of the environment too. The ingredient lists are simple and natural because that’s exactly what should go on your body.
Soap So Co. is an Edmonton-based small batch artisanal soap company. Every soap is vegan and cruelty-free, and their creators believe in a sustainable and healthy lifestyle which is reflected in their products.
Made right here in Edmonton, Jack59's shampoo and conditioner bars are as zero waste as can be. The different bars cater to your hair needs. They are concentrated and last a long time. Just use the water in your hair to lather! Simple to use but luxurious for your hair.
Made right here in Edmonton in a zero waste studio, these products are reusable and are a great alternative to plastic cutlery, plastic straws and paper towels. Katrina, the owner of Earth Warrior, believes in reusing fabric while creating useful and reusable products.
Created in Calgary, Alberta, here is what Routine creators Neige and Pippa have to say about their brand: “Former smelly sisters who needed an antidote to our own unfortunate natural musk. Searching for an EFFECTIVE deodorant, especially one that was CLEAN AND STYLISH was an unsavoury lifelong challenge. Being stinky but smart, naturally, we created some. It's because we feel lymph nodes, the planet and its inhabitants (YOU) are important business, that we decided to share our creation with ALL people. We believe armpits are lovely and deserve the best, just like every other inch of our bodies.”
At Wild Prairie Soap Company, they believe that taking care of your skin shouldn't be complicated. For 20 years, the Edmonton-based Soaperie has used natural ingredients to create the finest cold process soap, bath and personal care products. Their mission is to handcraft high performance skincare essentials that utilize the healing power of nature to make skin happy! Their soap is 100% plant-based, cruelty-free, and free of preservatives, sulphates and parabens. They incorporate 50% olive oil into every bar to add extra moisture and nourishment to the skin without sacrificing lather.
Pink Label Products by LMH are created here in Edmonton. A company of one, Pink Label makes small batch bulk products that are synthetic and paraben-free.
Located in Edmonton, Alberta. Grey Shed creates custom & unique handcrafted concrete soap trays for Re:Plenish. Concrete soap trays are eco-friendly and nicely compliment the handcrafted soaps we also carry.
Sew Happy is located in Edmonton, Alberta. Sew Happy creates reusable bowl covers that are easy to clean and sustainable. They are indefinitely reusable and nicely replace plastic wrap and plastic bowl covers. Sew Happy is committed to work towards zero waste and to help further the movement.
Created by Kristine and located in Edmonton, Alberta. These candles are paragon, phthalate and lead free, as well as made with GMO free wax. The soy wax is harvested from USA grown soybeans. This particular line of candles are made in secondhand and reused jars.
Green Cricket was created by Susan Mea, after her daughter was reacting to ingredients from everyday body and household cleaning products. This led to the creation of products that are free of harsh chemicals and made with natural ingredients. Located in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, this Canadian company’s products are free from phosphates, parabens, petrochemical by-products, mineral oils, and other harmful ingredients.
Oneka’s founders, Philippe Choiniere and Stacey Lecuyer, work with the environment to create natural personal care products. They are passionate about sustainability and successfully achieve that by using their organic farm to grow the ingredients that go into their shampoo, conditioner, body lotion and shower gel. Located in Frelighsburg, Quebec, this company is based on permaculture principles which asks for a completely sustainable design.
No Tox Life is a family-run woman-owned business based in Los Angeles. Each product is handmade, natural, vegan and toxin-free. Passionate about the non-toxic lifestyle, the co-founders wanted to make truly natural products that are made with gentle and sustainable ingredients. Even the shipping is plastic-free! They reuse boxes, use recycled paper and paper tape.
Luumi offers eco-friendly platinum silicone products. Their silicone products are a sustainable and reusable alternative to plastic containers. Silicone is made from sand, not plastic, and Luumi uses platinum silicone which is the cleanest form. Luumi products can be baked, boiled, frozen and refrigerated. They recommend hand cleaning, but they are also dishwasher safe, making them a convenient alternative.
Ecoroots is a small business set in Colorado. The founders believe in environmental change by creating products free of plastic that will make a positive impact. They have ethical products that are sustainably sourced. From packaging and shipping to giving back, this brand firmly believes in the zero waste lifestyle.
Change Toothpaste was created by Damien and Mike right here in Edmonton! After realizing how wasteful toothpaste tubes are, they created a toothpaste tablet that is zero waste. These tablets were created with the approval of a dentist and they are free of any harsh chemicals. They are made with no gluten, dairy, nuts or soy and they are vegan. They are simple to use: just bite down on the tablet a couple times and brush!
The Future is Bamboo is a company from Quebec that believes in zero waste made affordable. Their products use bamboo which is completely biodegradable and highly sustainable. They are cruelty-free and vegan, and they donate some of their profits to the Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
Hope Podz come to us from Vancouver, BC by a young team of entrepreneurs. They have created a completely soluble pod made out of polyvinyl alcohol that is non-toxic. You just pop the pod into your bottle, shake, and the pod dissolves into either glass cleaner, multi-surface cleaner or bathroom cleaner. Not only are these pods cruelty-free but they are Green Seal certified as they are completely biodegradable and healthy for the planet.
PATCH is an Australian company that creates natural bamboo adhesive bandages. They use 100% organic bamboo fibre to make biodegradable bandages for the most sensitive of skin. Using the natural healing properties of activated charcoal, aloe vera and coconut oil, these bandages offer a natural alternative to the usual bandages that use chemicals which can be harsh on the skin. You can feel good about this hypoallergenic and biodegradable alternative!
The Bare Home believes in the refill revolution. From Ontario, The Bare Home makes home care products like laundry detergent, hand soap, dish soap, and cleaners that smell amazing and work even better. We’re excited to bring in such a beautiful and eco-sustainable brand to our refillery.
TruEarth is a zero waste alternative for laundry detergent. Each strip is hypoallergenic, ultra concentrated and pre-measured. It works in all washing machines. TruEarth strips are eco friendly, vegan and biodegradable! Made in Vancouver, this detergent is also perfect for sensitive skin.
The Unscented Co. focuses on unscented home and body care products while conscious of reducing their plastic footprint. A Certified B Corporation, they believe in high standards, accountability, transparency and having environmentally-friendly products. Their products are biodegradable within 28 days, phosphate-free and Leaping Bunny certified. Based in Quebec, this Canadian brand is passionate about sustainability.
After seeing the impact of un-recycled plastic across the world, the founders of KMH Touches decided they could make a product that could create a change. The Flosspost uses corn to make a vegan compostable dental floss in reusable pots. It is coated in candililla wax and has a ginger-mint flavour. KMH holds a Health Canada Medical Device Establishment License so you can feel confident about switching to their vegan corn fibre floss.
At All Things Jill, when it comes to their products, they look to nature for inspiration and advice. That’s why they search the globe to find the most luxurious and desirable organic oils, salts, butters, clays and herbs to help relax, restore and rejuvenate the mind and the body. Located in Calgary, Alberta.
Here is Well Kept’s story: “We’ve been friends for ages, and a few years ago were both adjusting the products we use and consume trying to align them with our values. We were looking for simple products, with natural ingredients and appealing aesthetics and got stuck on not being able to find an alternative for plastic, baby blue razors. After a lot of research and product testing, we decided to create well kept to provide a superior, more sustainable alternative for women’s shaving.”
[Si'-TEE], which means my grandma in Arabic, is a social enterprise that aims to empower and restore hope to refugee women through the making of olive oil soap and other timeless products. Sitti Soap dishes are made by Hassan, a carpenter in the Jerash Camp Rehabilitation Center's woodworking shop, where he cuts, sands and finishes each of our Wooden Soap Dishes. He is also deaf. However, his inability to hear does not undermine his passion and dedication to his craft. We are incredibly grateful for Hassan and for the other members of our Sitti Soap community who bring their unique talents and determination to work each and every day.
Add luxury to every day! It's a simple thing really, but it makes a big difference. By adding exceptional quality and modern design to the little things you use everyday, even chores will seem to be more fun. Life is messy; clean it up with top quality swedish dishcloths. Stockholm inside carries the most beautiful Scandinavian Dishcloths in Canada! Based on her delightful shop in downtown Port Perry, former shop manager Gun Persson Roy sources incredible items from her native land of Sweden and beyond.
They are a husband and wife team local to Las Vegas. They started this company with a collapsible straw kit. They now have expanded to include a large array of products that simplify our lives and reduce plastic waste— especially with products we use everyday. They test out all of their products before we sell them to make sure we only bring the very best quality so they last. They donate to ocean conservation and other environmental organizations too!
They are a Mexican-Canadian company which provides environmentally and socially responsible bath and kitchen products. They provide products that address the need to develop socially, environmentally and economically sustainable opportunities in Mexico. The products are biodegradable and use plant species that naturally grow in the region, don’t require much water or use of harmful practices, like the use of pesticides and fertilizers. They work directly with rural communities to help them improve their quality of life by providing stable income and fair prices that directly benefit people in these communities.
CoffeeSock is a family business, they CoffeeSock filters are made from organic cotton and they are durable and may last up to a year or more. CoffeeSock filters are available for all common brew systems, and perform better than paper, metal and plastic alternatives. The cleanup is quick and easy: just empty the filter of grounds, rinse and hang to dry. Made in Austin, Texas.
The creator of Etee was out kayaking one day when he got tripped up into plastic bags. This sparked a need to create products free of plastic, that were natural and sustainable. After a lot of experimenting with his friend PJ in the latter’s basement, Etee was born. Located in Oshawa, Ontario.
Brush with Bamboo is the first company in the world to introduce toothbrush bristles made completely from non-fossil fuel carbon. The toothbrush bristles are 100% Castor Bean Oil and USDA Certified 100% Biobased. This means that the bristles contain 0% fossil carbon. They are made in the European Union.
They are a Canadian eco-friendly home and lifestyle brand. The products offer a great alternative to plastic which ends up in our oceans & landfills and pollutes our already fragile ecosystem.
They aim to make sustainable, vegan and organic green living products more accessible for adults and kids. They are proud to be certified vegan & cruelty free and are affiliated with Leaping Bunny, PETA and Vegan.org.
Like many things in nature, ATTITUDE was born in the spring — spring 2005, to be exact. Founded by Jean-François Bernier (JF) and Benoît Lord in Montreal, they set out to create a legacy their kids could and would be proud of. Inspired by their own families, they saw an incredible opportunity: To create a range of household products exclusively with natural ingredients that worked as well, if not better, than synthetic options. Superior quality at supermarket prices, accessible and affordable to all.
Nudi Goods started in a cabin in the Marin Headlands in 2017 where scientists, researchers, interns, and students live while studying and working with marine mammals. Nudi Goods’ founder started developing plastic-free goods as a creative outlet while working for a wildlife hospital and ocean conservation nonprofit. After living plastic-free for a year and nearing zero waste living, she found it difficult to find alternatives to certain products, even in the most environmentally conscious area of the United States.
Nudi Goods believes in ocean friendly, plastic-free living inspired by our natural world and accessible to all. Nudi products are made with love, plastic-free packaging, and very few ingredients for a simple, honest approach to undefined beauty. While Nudi Goods is a small business, it’s growing due to a demand for truly environmentally responsible products and the desire to vote with our wallet, even if on a small scale. Larger companies will only follow suit and adhere to customer demands when smaller businesses take the risk first and prove it’s worthwhile – if nothing else, Nudi Goods aims to take the risk for creating a new normal for our planet.
“In 1993, we launched the first line of modern reusable period products. We’ve been in this game for a long time, carving out a place of our own in the period aisle. Now we’re reinventing it.
That’s what’s behind our products - the belief that we can create a different way to do business, with a steadfast commitment to transparency, sustainability and inclusivity.
We all deserve comfortable, earth-friendly products that actually work for us - period products for every body. At Aisle, we choose to do things differently. We’re in the business of cycles, so we know that whatever we do has an impact far beyond our Vancouver offices. That’s why we’re a B Corporation.”