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10 Subscription Boxes to Help You Become more Environmentally Friendly

Sustainability Subscription Box. Image supplied by How We Roll.

Treat yourself and the Earth with these sustainable subscription boxes designed to help you become more environmentally friendly.

Becoming sustainable can be hard, but these subscription boxes are here to make things a little easier. Whether you’re switching to alternative products, starting a garden or keen to discover ethical brands and products, there’s a range of eco-friendly subscriptions to help you along the way, however long it takes.

Better yet, these top 10 are delivered straight to your door!
How We Roll
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How We Roll

Don’t stress about panic buying and shortages ever again, instead, get your toilet paper delivered straight to your door with How We Roll. Offering 100% biodegradable and recycled toilet paper, How We Roll is the kinder subscription box alternative for your bathroom and the Earth. Better yet, for every box sold, one tree is planted in an Australian bushfire affected area helping regrow local fauna with the non-profit organisation, One Tree Planted.

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From $34.20
Earthlove Box
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Earthlove Box

Earthlove is an eco-luxe lifestyle subscription box that’s delivered straight to your door and helps users’ live more sustainably and mindfully. With Earthlove, there are plenty of boxes to suit your taste from their seasonal subscription, limited-editions or you can build your own box for a one-off purchase. Although this subscription box is US-based, its goodies are definitely worth the wait.

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$59.95 USD per box
Junni
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Junni

Make that time of the month an organic one with a Junni subscription that offers users to build their own box with a range of hand-picked products that are designed to suit all types of flows. Junni’s tampons are bleach- and pesticide-free and made from organic cotton in addition to their 100% biodegradable pads and liners. Skip out on the monthly emergency run and keep peace of mind with a monthly delivery to make things a little easier on yourself.

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From $3.99 per item
A Little Seedy
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A Little Seedy

Trying to find your green thumb? Try out Australia’s first organic garden subscription box, A Little Seedy. Each seasonal Seedy Box is handcrafted to help you grow organic produce from home and harvest fresh vegetables that are both affordable and sustainable. This abundant box is full of heirloom fruit, vegetables and herb species sourced locally from farms. On top of the seeds, A Little Seedy owners will also find detailed growing notes for each species, matched recipes for harvest time and more inside their newfound favourite box.

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$55
Tripod Coffee
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Tripod Coffee

Make your daily coffee sustainable with Tripod Coffee’s sustainable coffee pods. With over three million coffee pods being sent to landfill every day, Tripod Coffee is on a mission to help coffee lovers wake up with a clean conscience. Choose from their delicious range of coffee pods from the bitter cocoa, hazelnut and spice of their Purple Aviator capsules; to the smooth maple syrup, berry and citrus flavours of their Colombian grind. These capsules are Nespresso compatible, so you can never run out of coffee with a recurring subscription.

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From $7.16 per pack
Biome Box
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Biome Box

Biome’s quarterly subscription is Australia’s only palm-oil-free, vegan, ethical lifestyle box. More than just a beauty box, Biome’s subscription starts every season with a range of skincare, zero waste and lifestyle products valued at more than $280. Buy a one off box or get in quick for the Spring Package due to be shipped out in September.

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$135 for 1 year
The Change Box
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The Change Box

Feel good and treat yourself to The Change Box, a bi-monthly subscription of five to 10 vegan products for ultimate self-care. Packed full of beauty products, skincare and delicious vegan snacks, The Change Box is carefully hand-picked to be plant-based and cruelty-free to help you discover ethical brands to enjoy.

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$54.95
Tinkle Toothbrush
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Tinkle Toothbrush

Combat the 30 million plastic toothbrushes that end in landfill each year with a Tinkle Bamboo Toothbrush subscription. Made from MODO bamboo, this material grows up to one metre a day making a great renewable source with antibacterial properties. Get a free-standing bamboo toothbrush delivered every one, two, three or four months that’s non-toxic, biodegradable and with a compostable handle.

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$7 per month
Relove Print
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Relove Print

Reuse, recycle and relove your books with a Relove Print subscription. This curated preowned book service allows you to receive up to two pre-owned books each month based on your preferences for you to curl up and enjoy. If you’re looking to go bold, opt for a lucky dip book to be included in your literature adventures, then Revolve Print might be the surprise subscription box you just might fall in love with.

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$9.99 - $168
Ecolife Box
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Ecolife Box

Start making sustainable changes in your everyday life with a EcoLife Box subscription and discover a range of products to help you implement more eco-friendly practices. From Grow Your Own Tea kits, organic coconut oil, band-aids and zero waste dental floss, Ecolife Box is a monthly delivery that aims to gradually replace the not so eco-friendly items around your home and make a positive difference.

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$60

Hooked on the idea of subscription boxes? Us too! Thankfully, we’ve also found 10 of the Best Australian Subscription Boxes for both Men and Women that are just a click away. Of course, if you’re looking to go the extra mile in your eco-friendly adventures, start living waste-free with these 7 Easy Tips provided by The Source Bulk Foods.

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