We love hearing about your journeys. From rewilding your hearts to cutting down on plastics, your kind actions and appreciation for the simpler things in life echo our KiteNest ethos. In our new 'Your Stories' blog series, we explore a family's journey to living a plant-based lifestyle.
Another Valentine’s Day. Another date that brings a surge in demand for cut-flowers, chocolates and tatty gifts. Is this commercial novelty worth the water, chemicals, land, air-miles and carbon footprint? We say no. Here’s how to say I love you without the eco-guilt.
11 billion wet wipes are used in the UK each year, causing an environmental catastrophe. And there's no sign of it slowing down. By 2021, the global industry is set to be worth £16.5 billion. We don't think this is acceptable. So we've got the perfect solution for you!
Everyone is talking about the impact of meat, dairy and fossil fuels contributing to climate change. But what about the relationship between plastics and climate change? It seems that while everyone is arguing over plane flights and burgers, plastic keeps catching us out - in every single industry.
Stocking-fillers. We love them. We like to make them personal, valued and memorable. Here are our top-selling stocking fillers that are eco, plastic-free, ethical and handmade. All £5 or under. No wonder they are so popular.
Here at KiteNest, we're all about living as waste-free as possible. This especially includes Christmas. Going eco at Christmas throws new and exciting opportunities to be creative and make new and special things. Here are our tips on eco wrapping paper ideas.
Long gone are the days when we'd buy something new before raiding every cupboard in the house to find a reusable substitute. KiteNest gets a huge buzz from keeping hold of old and used items and giving them a new purpose in life. For 2019's Recycling Week, we thought we'd share these super-simple ideas. You'll wonder why you've ever wasted spending money on new items…
Men, we've totally got your back when it comes to going Zero-Waste. Cutting down on waste is REALLY easy. Our biggest piece of advice is to breathe new life into the things you own when you're typically finished with them. By turning them into something new and keeping them out of the landfill, you'll naturally be putting less strain on the planet and reducing the cost of buying new things.
This month we’re shining the ‘lime’ light on limes! These marvellous green fruits, originating from Southeast Asia, are ridiculously good for your health, diet and body. Like its lemon sister, Lime wears different hats - it’s an antiseptic, antiviral, disinfectant and restorative plant.
We believe in making things built to last. So when your KiteNest body butter or lip balm is all used up, your tin should continue assisting your life as a happy companion. Here are 5 fun and simple ways to upcycle your tins!
It’s safe to say that this year’s Veganuary will be the biggest in history. Here at KiteNest, we’re pleased to be part of the celebration! By harnessing the power of plants, we like to make 100% natural products that are cruelty-free.
Colour is bursting all around us, the jumpers are making an appearance and we’re certainly feeling harsher elements of Autumn on our skin. But don’t worry, tis' the perfect season to repair skin damage from the summer and to strengthen our skin for the winter. Here are 5 of our eco-treats for your skin this Autumn.