(PRWEB) September 4, 2008
How about Green Hair? Recycling has become a popular way of reducing the vast amount of waste that gets turned into landfill. We can recycle food waste into compost, cardboard, plastic, glass and paper get recycled. In fact it's possible to recycle so much these days, that some people hardly have any rubbish! Green hair has rapidly become the new black!
So what can we do to help? If we want to do even more for the environment what else is there to do from a health and beauty aspect, what about reducing the amount of shampoos, conditioners, hair sprays, moisturisers, cleansers, creams, potions and lotions that gets used? Are certain products only used at certain times of the year? Most have different winter and summer skin or hair styling products? By starting to buy sensibly so that we buy only what we need and will use, rather than what's cheap or will save you the most money.
When the time comes to dispose of our old straighteners, or thinking of buying new ones, have a look round and find a ghd hair straightener specialist and see if they will part exchange the old one. Sometimes, a leading hair straightener brand will offer a substantial saving on new straighteners if you part exchange your old ones. In addition, they will recycle the old hair straighteners and so help to reduce the amount of landfill.
Getting ghd hair straighteners online may make it much more difficult for to get the part exchange deal, as you will need to send off the old ghd hair straightener. So Why not check out this website as they give you £24 off the list price and save on the carbon footprint of returning them by post, simply pop the old ones into the recycle centre yourself! Please beware; some unscrupulous sellers may also artificially inflate the price of their ghd hair products so that we think we are getting a good deal, whilst they increase their profits. Buying from a credible retailer will ensure that this doesn't happen.
Looking stylish and fashionable doesn't have to cost the earth. With a bit of care and consideration, we can reduce the amount we buy, to the essentials, and still look good. We all can have green hair without even dying it!
Why not save money and the environment by only buying what you need and will actually use. Recycling your unused or unwanted hair products can help save the environment, and save you money.