If you’re trying to cut down your plastic consumption, you may want to look to your bathroom. Single-use, plastic mouthwash bottles are a source of waste, just like those single-use plastic water bottles. But you can’t stop using mouthwash, right?
Luckily, there’s an eco-friendlier alternative. comes in a tiny container made from recycled plastic. The container is outfitted with an eyedropper and looks a little like a liquid supplement bottle. Even though each bottle only contains 2 ounces, it can produce as much as 10 16-ounce bottles of traditional mouthwash — or about enough mouthwash for 300 days of once-daily use by a single user.
The heavily concentrated formula is meant to be used a few drops at a time. Just dilute the liquid in a glass of water and swish for a teeth-cleaning experience that uses 99 percent less water and 99 percent less plastic than traditional mouthwash. Better yet, since the formula comes in a small, 2-ounce bottle, you can easily pack it into your suitcase for mouth care on the go.
What’s in it, though? Designed by Western and Ayurvedic oral care experts, the formula contains no alcohol or fluoride. Instead, it’s made with essential oils, including spearmint, peppermint, cardamom and others. The combination freshens breath, kills bacteria, reduces inflammation, supports bone health and even helps reduce stress.
Each bottle is just $12.
The Bungalows at Kenzo Hall officially opened to guests last month. The bungalows feature 10 luxury accommodations in Kenzo Hall, a 22-room lakefront hotel operated by Western Catskills hotel and restaurant group Foster Supply Hospitality. The name pays tribute to the bungalow colonies in the Catskills from the turn of the 19th century, when Jewish farmers around the region began renting cottages to seasonal travelers escaping the cities. In the 1950s, many of the Bungalows offered full-service amenities like meals and entertainment.
Whether you prefer an ultra-luxe resort or a cozy villa on the beach, you’ll find balance again in Los Cabos.
A new initiative puts the spotlight on accessible travel in Florida. As part of National Mobility Awareness Month this past May, Visit Panama City Beach launched Fun.For.All, which promotes and provides guidance on all the easily-accessible things to do in Panama City Beach. The tourism organization reports more than 18 million people in North America deal with mobility challenges.
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