Net Zero Co (Sustainable Products): Round-up and Giveaway

I originally wrote about Net Zero Co in my sustainable gift guide a couple of weeks back. However, I didn’t want anyone to miss out on finding about this lovely eco company, or the chance to win a bamboo hair brush and toothbrush set, so I felt it deserves its own separate post!

Net Zero Co (Sustainable Products): Round-up and Giveaway

Net Zero Co are a truly environmentally-conscious brand with a brilliant selection of products. They ship worldwide in entirely plastic free packaging; all of it is 100% recyclable and home compostable, and sealed with paper tape. They also plant a tree with every order. It is clear this company genuinely cares about our planet!

There are a gorgeous selection of items available. Categories include a fab range of self-care products, kitchenware and food storage, amongst other things. They also have various bundles available too, which are really handy.

Net Zero Co steel bento box

Amongst their excellent range of food storage is this 1200ml stainless steel bento box with removable divider. It is airtight and leakproof and is great for picnics, long journeys or school/ work lunches. The divider can be removed if a larger space is needed so it is very very versatile. This munchie box comes in other different sizes too and Net Zero Co also sell some cute little pots that fit nicely into them, for dips and nuts etc…

Munchie bento box

I was also sent a couple of examples of the beauty items available; a bamboo hairbrush and a toothbrush set. The bamboo hair brush has ball tipped bristles so is good for your hair and with natural antibacterial properties in bamboo too, it really does help keep your both your hair and scalp healthy.

Bamboo hairbrush

The bamboo toothbrush with charcoal infused bristles comes in a set of 4. Each one has a unique wave design on the handle so you don’t get them mixed up if you are using them for different family members. Such a simple but effective idea!

Bamboo toothbrush

Net Zero Co are offering one lucky winner the chance to win a bamboo toothbrush and bamboo hairbrush! Enter the giveaway via rafflecopter below. Ends 29th December 2019. Worldwide entry. T&Cs apply. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(This same giveaway originally appeared in my sustainable gift guide and you can enter it via rafflecopter on this post or over there. It is the same giveaway, I just didn’t want anyone to miss out so have shared it on both posts!)

*Net Zero Co sent me a selection of items in exchange for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

41 thoughts on “Net Zero Co (Sustainable Products): Round-up and Giveaway”

  1. Net Zero Co. is quite horrible and possibly entirely fraudulent. I placed 4 orders with them Over a month ago and although charging my card straight away, they haven’t yet sent anything but fake tracking numbers and will not respond to any inquiries. If you take a quick look online, this is a popular tale. I suggest that you review this business before promoting them.

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  2. This company isn’t trustworthy. I would even go far enough to say they are scammy. There are far better, legitimate companies who make eco friendly products to support.

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  3. Since following your blog and a few others, every time I need to replace something, I now look for a sustainable alternative. It is getting easier to make better choices as each year passes.

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  4. I’v switched to using a bamboo toothbrush but I’m yet to make the change with hairburhses – would be great to try!

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  5. I love the stainless steel bento box with removable divider. Having the removable divider makes it so much more versatile!

    Particularly like the hairbrush too – the natural anti-bacterial properties intrigue me

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  6. Interesting the Bamboo items I like tooth brush need a new one and the hair brush I would give to one of my family members.

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  7. The perfect gift for my neice – love to introduce her to ” natural beauty ” – a lifelong love of eco

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  8. This is a great idea for some simple swaps that can be made to help people on their plastic free and zero waste journeys 🙂

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  9. I really like the idea of the markings on the toothbrushes, one of the problems with wooden toothbrushes is they can be harder to distinguish. Great post and great products, thanks for sharing with us.

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