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February Product Empties

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February product empties

The main purpose of my product empties posts is, of course, to review the products. However, these posts also serve as a record of how many products I am getting through on a monthly basis. They help me to reduce my consumption and make more sustainable choices. Therefore I see it as a good thing that I hardly used up any products, and hence hardly produced any packaging waste, during February.

In addition, all the products I used up in February are ‘staples’ which I have used several times before. Therefore this will be a very short post because I have already written about these products in previous posts!

My February Product Empties

Health and Beauty

Superdrug Procare Sensitive Expanding Floss

Superdrug Procare Sensitive Expanding Floss

I have written about this floss already in my April Empties post. Lately, I have been using a different, more sustainable floss (The Humble Co. Dental Floss). However, I still had several packs of this Superdrug floss left over, so I recently used this one.

Supplements and Remedies

Rescue Remedy Drops and Chewing Gum

Rescue Remedy Drops and Chewing Gum

I used up another bottle of Rescue Remedy Drops and another pack of Rescue Chewing Gum. I have written about these products previously in the following posts:

Drops – March Product Empties
Gum – May Product Empties

Sash Vitality Organic Ashwagandha capsules

Sash Vitality Organic Ashwagandha capsules

I have used these capsules before, and I wrote about them in my November Empties post. The only difference is the packaging, which has changed, but the product is exactly the same. 

You can buy this product here on Amazon. The other packaging is still shown on the listing.

Miscellaneous

Peppersmith Sugar-Free Gum – Spearmint

Peppersmith Sugar-Free Gum - Spearmint

This is another product that has changed its packaging. I wrote about it in my April Empties post. I think the new design looks minimalistic and attractive.

Even better, this product is no longer sold with a plastic film around the cardboard box! So the packaging is now completely recyclable. For this reason, I would definitely come back to this gum again.

You can buy a larger pack of this gum on Amazon here.

That’s all my February Product Empties

Have you ever used any of the products featured in this post? What products have you used up recently? Would you recommend them? Let me know in the comments.

February Product Empties

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8 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your empties! I like to see these posts and be nosey to see what other people have been using and loving! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Sophie Harriet says:

      You’re welcome, glad you enjoyed reading them!

  2. I didn’t know there was a Bach Rescue Chewing Gum! & it’s great when companies change their packaging to be more sustainable

    1. Sophie Harriet says:

      The Rescue Chewing Gum is great! I know, it’s great when packaging becomes more sustainable, especially if it’s a product you really like!

  3. Mikaela says:

    I use the rescue remedy drops and gummies but I didn’t know there was gum!!!

    1. Sophie Harriet says:

      I don’t see the gum in shops as often as the drops and gummies so I usually order it online! I recommend it though 🙂

  4. Never heard of any of these products. Though I wouldn’t mind to try out that gum. I love spearmint flavour. While I am not a fan of products changing package due to me not knowing if it is the product I use or if it is something new, I do love it when they make sure there is less plastic in stuff/make it better to recycle.

    1. Sophie Harriet says:

      I’m a fan of spearmint too. I know what you mean about products changing packaging and not being sure if it’s the same product or not. But I don’t mind this if it means the packaging is more recyclable!

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