Zero Waste Hair Scrunchie - Cream Cotton

Zero Waste Hair Scrunchie - Cream Cotton


We hate waste which is why we've created these wonderful (and super cute) hair scrunchies! Handmade in our Dorset studio using offcuts from our Waffle Kitchen Cloth fabric and eco-elastic (natural rubber). 


These chunky scrunchies can be wrapped around hair up to 3 times, the perfect size for thicker hair. Our soft cotton waffle fabric is gentle on hair as well as the planet.


Please note: These zero waste hair scrunchies are made from fabric scraps so sizes may vary slightly, but each one is made with love and passion for minimal waste. 


    Zero Waste

    Handmade in the UK

    100% Biodegradable

    Gentle on hair

    Made with Eco Elastic


    Handmade using cotton fabric offcuts and Eco Elastic (natural rubber). 


    Product tags are made from recycled office paper and are 100% recyclable. 

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Sooo soft!

These cleansing pads are great. They are so soft and lovely to use.


Love that it can be machine washed

Great alternative to plastic bin liners 🌍


my favourite ecoswaps

Plastic bin bags are one of the things I have wanted to change since I started being more eco friendly. It looks and feels strong and I already know this is going to me one of my favourite ecoswaps.


So pleased!

t’s so easy to use, the handle underneath means that it’s not messy and the 30ltr is a great size because it wasn’t too heavy! I put some hot water in, pulled the drawstring, sloshed it about and through in some essential oils and there was no smell and it was ready to use again! I thought I might have to wash it everytime but I defo won’t!


Amazing skin

I've been using the We are Moonie konjac sponge for a few weeks now and it's a complete revelation. I either use a tiny bit of cleanser or none at all. It leaves my skin so clean and soft. I've ordered one for my son and husband today.. as they keep stealing mine. One of the best eco finds of 2021.

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