My Green World’s Blog

Compostable Toothbrush
August 14, 2012, 11:32 AM
Filed under: Awareness, Beauty, Green, Organic, Recycling


The first ever compostable toothbrush made from Ingeo, which is a plant-based material. Product created by canadian brand World Centric.

Via Springwise


National Bike Week UK
June 23, 2012, 1:56 PM
Filed under: Beauty, bike, Cycling, Lifestyle, Outdoor | Tags: , , , , ,

Nothing better than checking on Rides A Bike to feel inspired during UKs National Bike Week – 16th to 24th June 2012. Looking at some mesmerising photographies dedicated to movie stars and their self-propelled vehicles, AnOther magazine interviewed Steven Rea,  a film critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer and founder of the blog.

Here, some of my favourites!


Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, a bike and a gun.


Macaulay Culkin and Anna Chlumsky.


Brigitte Bardot.


Annette Funicello.


Marie Versini and Jean-Paul Belmondo lie with bikes.


Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman ride bikes.


Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford.


At last, but not the least…James Stewart and Grace Kelly.

Wearable Gardens
May 3, 2012, 1:21 PM
Filed under: Beauty, Design, Green Labels, Organic

Brooklyn-based jewlery designer Sharon Goldberg created an incredible homegrown line named With Roots.

 Available at Fab.

Grow one. Save a Million.
May 27, 2011, 11:14 AM
Filed under: Beauty

Guys, let’s face it: Budweiser knows what they’re talking about.

Beard is cool, sexy, fun and eco-friendly.

Go bearded!

Be a “Green” Diva
September 2, 2009, 9:55 PM
Filed under: Beauty, Green, New Ideas, Take Action


The DivaCup is a non-absorbent menstrual cup that simply collects menstrual flow. It is inserted and sits at the lower base of the vaginal canal. It is worn internally, yet because it is soft and smooth, it cannot be felt nor will it leak when inserted properly. DivaCup is the most clean and convenient method of feminine hygiene protection. No need to touch the flow. It is worn low in the vagina, not near the cervix, so it is easy to remove and without mess.

Women around the world are increasingly aware of how they can make a significant, positive environmental impact by switching from disposable tampons and pads to The DivaCup. This simple change is as significant as switching from plastic to canvas bags. DivaCup is reusable and made from silicone. This makes it an important, environmentally responsible feminine hygiene choice.


Women, on average, experience a lifetime menstruation span of 41 years (11-52). From use of disposable feminine hygiene, an estimated 12 billion sanitary pads and 7 billion tampons are dumped into the North American environment each year (1998). More than 170,000 tampon applicators were collected along U.S. coastal areas between 1998 and 1999. Our revolutionary, reusable product is a modern, viable alternative to disposable tampons and pads.

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August 16, 2009, 11:40 PM
Filed under: Beauty, Green Labels, News, Organic


Here is a new line of eco-friendly shampoos, called Concept Vert: Privé. But, this post is also here to remind us what is not good to have in our daily shampoos ingredients:

Sulfates, gluten, phalalates, DEA, TEA, mineral oil, paraffin, PABA, paraben, or artificial coloring.

Concept Vert has its bottles feature patented air powered technology that equates to twice the washing and conditioning in reusable bottles. The products are designed to be recycled as well as being refilled and reused via the manufacturer through the salon of purchase. In addition, they use pure organic exacts. The color safe formula is enriched with Amazon Açaí and Babassu Oil to rejuvenat, nourish and cleanse the hair.

Accordind to testimonials, Concept Vert makes your hair “softer, shinier and much more manageable”. 

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DIY Deodorant
July 16, 2009, 8:32 PM
Filed under: Beauty, DIY, New Ideas

Life Hacker posted this week how to make your natural & homemade deodorant. So, I made a shameless copy from them. See the ingredients bellow:

  • Corn starch
  • Baking soda
  • Coconut oil
  • Essential oils (opt. – adds smellpretty!)
  • Vitamin E (opt. adds ooohskinsoft!)
  • An empty container to be filled with your new deodor

See how to make it here.

It’s important to remind: “This product will not keep you from sweating. Aluminum is the key ingredient in antiperspirant, and that’s the bad guy in our story here.”