There’s a new quarterly subscription box in BC that focuses on sustainability and promoting products from Canadian, women-owned, and IBPOC businesses. Essentials Eco delivers curated subscription boxes featuring low-waste products designed to fit seamlessly into your daily routine — items like skincare, kitchen items, cleaning solutions, and more. They are now coming out with their very first Winter Box and you can enter to win one!
When the pandemic shuttered the events industry, Essentials Eco founder Brielle Hamalainen knew it was the right opportunity to launch the eco-centred business she had dreamed about for years. It was born out of a desire to make those first steps to sustainability easier, to simplify the transition and save time, and money.
The subscription boxes deliver eco-friendly plastic-free goods each quarter along with tips, tricks and ideas that will help you reduce your impact on the planet. “Our hope is that by bringing these items directly to your door in a fun accessible way we can make a small impact on our planet and our families,” says Brielle.
You can purchase one gift box or subscribe to a quarterly box delivery for the year. They are currently taking orders for the Holiday Box which will start shipping December 1st.
In the 2021 Holiday Box you’ll find:
- Bee Kind wax wraps
- All purpose salve from Indigenous-owned Wildcraft
- An olsen + olsen sisal soap bag
- A set of organic cotton napkins from Your Green Kitchen
- Relax + Renew tea from New Moon Tea Co.
- Reusable tea bags from Your Green Kitchen
Win a Winter Box
I have an Essentials Eco Holiday Box to give away (valued at $72)! Here’s how you can enter to win:
- Leave a comment on this post (1 entry)
- Like/comment on this Facebook post (1 entry)
- Be sure to follow Essentials Eco and Miss604 on Instagram (1 entry)
I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Monday, November 22, 2021. UPDATE! The winner is Gloria!
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