Your cart
Close Alternative Icon

We're #MakingMovesForThePlanet for Plastic Free July!

Arrow Thin Left Icon Arrow Thin Right Icon
We're #MakingMovesForThePlanet for Plastic Free July!

We are all aware of the detrimental effects of plastic on our health and that of the planet. But, enough doom and gloom, let's focus on the solutions! 

We're incredibly lucky that we have plenty of those available to us in South Africa. So, together with Oceano Reddentes, we've joined forces with a power group of brands, eco-warriors and YOU!

Last year we collaborated with activist Hayley Mclennan for the Re Think The Bag campaign.

How do you get involved?

Easy! Simply, share your plastic-free solutions and alternatives with us on Instagram by using the hashtag #MakingMovesForThePlanet and encourage your friends to join in by tagging them and asking them how are they #MakingMovesForThePlanet

Who else is making moves?

We are amazed at the avalanche of support received through many brands, individuals and influencers. Show some love for these proudly SA companies and locals who are all driving change in their way:

Re Straw
Avo Eco
Sealand Gear
Fresh Earth
Shop Zero
Nude Foods
The Refillery
Super Foods 
Stasher Bag
Green Light
ZigZag Surfing Magazine
Wellness Warehouse
Low Impact Living

A heartfelt thank you to every one of these awesome companies.

Let's talk prizes!

How about R11,500.00 worth of awesomeness from each one of the partner brands listed above!? Yes, you read that right. So, we've decided to create two hampers worth over R5,500.00 each and to top that off there's a cash winning of R2500, too!

Ready, steady GO!

All you need to do to be eligible for the prizes is to follow the guidelines provided under the "How do you get involved" headline, and we'll be watching your efforts closely via the #MakingMovesForThePlanet hashtag. For extra brownie points, you can tag your favourite brands and your friends and invite them to join in. Let's make waves for the good of the planet! How good does that sound?

Get inspired by watching the full #MakingMovesForThePlanet video featuring 13-year-old ocean activist Jade Bothma from Oceano Reddentes below.


Right, we know what to do so let's start #MakingMovesForThePlanet!