ecostore New Zealand Blog

healthy hair difference
Top 5 chemicals to avoid for beautifully healthy hair

Find out the top 5 chemicals we think you should avoid in hair care products and help us share a powerful message: “I’m opting out of nasty chemicals and never felt so good! #feelgood #ecostore”

By
July 24th, 2014
No Comments
ecostore healthy hair care infographic
Have you felt the healthy hair difference?

We asked 2,582 people how they felt after using ecostore hair care and the survey results are in! Take a look at our infographic to see how we did.

By
July 24th, 2014
No Comments
Keeping our ballet company clean behind the scenes
Royal NZ Ballet tickets to be won!

ecostore is proud to be working behind the scenes with the RNZB to keep things ship shape in their kitchen and laundry and we have two tickets to their show ‘Allegro’ to be won!

By
July 24th, 2014
33 Comments
Cooking class with Little Bird Organics
Green Smoothie recipe from Little Bird Organics

According to the lovely Megan May of Little Bird Organics – green smoothies “make you happy from the inside out”. And having just tried one, we’d have to agree!

By
July 22nd, 2014
No Comments
Kids clothes
6¬†ways you can change the way kids’ clothes are made

The production of kid’s clothing can harm people and the environment. Jess Berenston-Shaw, founder of NZ-based social enterprise Muka Kids tells us 6 things we can do to help change this.

By
July 16th, 2014
No Comments
Jess in Udaipur
Kids’ clothes that don’t harm people or the planet

Muka Kids is a NZ based social enterprise that has rethought the way Kid’s clothing is made, used and reused.

By
July 16th, 2014
No Comments
Mike Murphy in PNG
Do you start your day with a Fair trade coffee?

For some of us the day doesn’t REALLY start until we’ve had our first cup of coffee and how much better does it feel when you know it’s Fair trade?

By
July 9th, 2014
No Comments
Lentil and potato curry
Lentil and potato curry recipe

A wonderfully hearty, wholesome and delicious mild vegetarian curry that the whole family can enjoy from Zoe Salmen, the author of Little and Loved blog.

By
June 27th, 2014
6 Comments
Girls are reaching puberty as early as 7 and 8 years old
Endocrine disrupting chemicals and your health

As of 2010 young women are developing into puberty twice as quickly as 10 years ago. One of the reasons could be exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC’s) in the products we use every day.

By
June 26th, 2014
No Comments
Are endocrine disrupters affecting your health?
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC’s) and why we should avoid them

Find out about chemicals in everyday products that can interfere with your hormones and why that’s a serious cause for concern, not only for ourselves but also for our children.

By
June 19th, 2014
No Comments
Find a Store

Enter your location and find a store in your area.

Shop Online

Select your favorite products and have them shipped to your door.

Visit our online Shop
No Nasty Chemicals

We help protect your health by minimising exposure to harmful chemicals.

Learn more about us