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Win: Plastic-free Resparkle hand wash set

Helping you on your way to a plastic-free existence, we’re giving away two beautifully-designed eco-friendly hand wash kits for Plastic Free July.

Sometimes going plastic-free isn’t sexy. We get it. But Resparkle changes all that with their range of designer-looking luxe cleaning products which both look and smell great and are eco-friendly. And they’re cruelty free and vegan friendly.

We’re delighted to be giving away two of their Foaming Hand Wash Duo kits.

Valued at $58 each, these eco-friendly kits pair two reusable, silicon-protected 400ml glass bottles with an all-natural antibacterial hand wash powder, which come in four compostable refill sachets. Just add water! The hand wash is made using a sulfate-free, plant-based formula with fragrant pure Australian oils (mandarin, lavender, sweet orange, rose). Great for sensitive skin!

Enter now

For a chance to win, simply click here and tell us in 25 words or less how you have incorporated plastic-free and zero-waste practices into your home/life.

Entrants must currently reside in Australia. Competition closes 8pm Thursday 19 August 2021. The winner will be contacted via email and announced in an upcoming newsletter.

Discount code

If you’d like to purchase any Resparkle products, we have a special discount code to offer the Bodhi community! Add the code “OneMinute” into your online purchase for $10 off any bundles.


Want to find out how else to go plastic free?

Check out our blog on 5 ways to give up plastic.

And you can also take a look at Resparkle’s inspiring “It Only Takes A Minute” campaign fronted by climate activist Sarah Wilson, which aims to raise awareness of just how much plastic waste is produced in a minute… and that is a very scary one tonne - enough to fill a shipping container!

As Sarah points out, we ingest a credit card-sized amount of plastic (and other endocrine disrupting chemicals) each week via our food and water. Eep.

You can also sign the petition to encourage the government to enact meaningful change and adhere to the agreed plastic target of 2025.


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