Are you visiting Como? Are you curios about green shopping in Como, Italy? Would you like to change your life style?
This is an example of green shopping possible to do in Como
Lush made in UK
I found lush is a very interesting and funny shop. I completely agree with their values and I really like their way to show their interest off. Not only their products are natural and cruelty free but they are very good looking and every time is possible green. Lush produces buying ingredients only from companies that do not commission tests on animals and in testing our products on humans.
They create and invent their products and fragrances, making them fresh by hand using little or no preservative or packaging, using only vegetarian ingredients and tell you when they were made.
They believe in happy people making happy soap, putting their faces on the products and making their mums proud.
Lush believes in long candlelit baths, sharing showers, massage, filling the world with perfume and in the right to make mistakes, lose everything and start again.
They also believe words like ‘Fresh’ and ‘Organic’ have an honest meaning beyond marketing.
If this introductions make you curios, find out more at www.lush.com.co
Gloook furniture and living made in Italy
“Gloook” offers another way of living. The focus is the study of new forms, new materials and new technology to achieve excellence and quality products made in Italy.
Furnishings and design with a unique character, made with sartorial care with eco-friendly material par excellence, the honeycomb cardboard compressed reboard.
The versatility of this material makes it suitable for living spaces of private houses and business facilities. Ductility and strength mean that you can create original and versatile pieces.
Reboard is water repellent thanks to a special lamination and has a resistance of 17kg!
Find out more at www.glook.com
Well Como is not big city as Milano, but I can tell you there are some brands doing incentives about recycling: Intimissimi and Calzedonia for examples, if you bring to them your unwanted cloths such as T-shirt, bra and underwear, they give you a voucher.
This little experient was quite funny to do, but now I would like to know more about you and your daily shopping experience!