We have two kinds of tote bags to safely deliver your bottles without any single use packaging.
Our regular bag is made from sustainable jute and has a jute divider to protect your bottles in transit. When you are ready for refills simply reorder and return the bottles in your tote, which will be replaced with your new order.
Denim Bags by Makers Unite
Our Denim Tote bags are used for our customers who have made an order for over €75 value.
They are made from production surplus denim and upcycled, discarded life vests by Makers Unite. They are a globally recognised network of creative locals and newcomers, designing and co-creating sustainable products.
Production takes place in Amsterdam’s Markthallen and is led by their in-house tailor team of newcomers with refugee backgrounds.
We hope you love your totes as much as we do.
The future is Circular.
Our refillable aluminium bottles
Did you know that by 2050 it is predicted there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans?
- Ellen MacArthur Foundation, The New Plastics Economy
Our reusable bottles are made from good-looking, hard-wearing aluminium, and every refill reduces the number of single-use plastic bottles that end up in the ocean. That’s a win-win for people and the planet!
All our containers are non-toxic, BPA-free, reusable, biodegradable, and refillable. They aren’t just good for the environment – they also look great in any home or office.
To open the Trigger Spray, move the tab underneath the trigger 90 degrees to the right, pull the trigger two or three times and it will start to spray.
To open the Pump Head turn it 90 degrees to the right.
We carefully clean and sanitise all empties when they are returned to us, so you can feel safe when you’re doing your part to save the world.
Once it has become too well-loved to be re-used, each aluminium bottle can be efficiently and infinitely recycled. Since recycled aluminium has exactly the same properties as new, but takes just five per cent of the energy to produce - 75 per cent of the metal ever made is still in use today.