#GlitterWithoutTheLitter

There is an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic glitter!!

Hannah Senior

Posted on November 17 2017

There is an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic glitter!!

So today 'The Independent' and the 'BBC' are reporting that a nursery in Dorset has banned glitter because of its impact on the environment, whilst this is great news for the environment there is an alternative!! Therefore there is no need to ban children from using glitter!

EcoStardust is an environmentally friendly alternative which is made from plant cellulose instead of plastic.

 

Plastic glitter alternative

#banglitter or #glitterban are hashtags trending right now but we feel this is incorrect. Not all glitter is the same and should not be treated as such. We feel the hashtag should be #banplasticglitter or our favourite #GlitterWithoutTheLitter

So keep on sparkling people, there is no need to feel guilty when using your EcoStardust!

xx

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1 comment

  • Terri: June 15, 2018

    A gigantic ocean of congrats on this amazing project. Well done. I wish you oceans of success, as they need your help. Non eco glitter should be BANNED.

    Mermaids & other marine wildlife also need balloon releases banned so the balloons & string/ribbons stop killing.

    Sparkles of LOVE to you both.

    Terri
    Wildlife Rescue and Care
    Australia

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