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Get Ready for Plastic Free July with Happy Human

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Happy Human is lifting the lid on progress by reimagining home and personal care products to end single-use plastic.

There’s a new way of cleaning in town, so move over single-use bottles. Reusable and refillable bottles have reached the mainstream.

Happy Human has created a range of products that contain gentle ingredients without the hefty price tag. The business is based in Sydney.

By using a refill tab you’ll save on discarding single-use plastic bottles. The idea was to start with a range of ‘just add water’ cleaning products and has expanded to include hand wash.

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How To Use Happy Human

  1. Fill your Happy Human reusable bottle to the line with warm, tap water
  2. Drop-in both tabs from the sachet and wait for them to dissolve
  3. Twist the lid back on, give it a little shake and you’re set to go

The Happy Human Bundle is an easy way to get started in green cleaning or taking a part in Plastic Free July. The bottles and sachets arrived in minimal packaging with cardboard that can be easily recycled.

The glass bottles have a wide mouth and a well-made pump that reaches the bottom. Just twist the top part to open. The multi-purpose spray bottle is made from tough plastic with a spray nozzle.

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The foaming hand wash contains tea tree. While the hand wash smells of lavender. Both products smell pleasant and based on natural Australian botanical fragrances.

The cost to refill a bottle is affordable and costs around $3 to $4.

The products are cruelty-free, vegan, non-toxic, sulphate-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, VOC-free, no chlorine bleach, no triclosan, pH balanced, no palm oil, and biodegradable.

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Happy Human is all about feel-good cleaning that’s not just for greenies.  It’s a home-grown company that is reimagining home and personal care products to end single-use plastic

About Happy Human

Happy Human, Happy Planet The packaging is very nice and is packed with care. The tablets dissolve into the water very easily and smell great! #happyhuman #raisingsmiles Happy Human website:

Written by Emma Crameri

Emma Crameri is a freelance lifestyle reviewer and writer. She is editor of the Brisbane-based food and lifestyle website Brisbanista.


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