Sponsored Love: 4 Amazing New Sustainable Living Products

March 20, 2023

Every year, new sustainable living products hit the market. Some fail and some succeed, but eco-friendly products are a must for people to live a healthy lifestyle.

Here are five innovations from 2022 that will make your life a little bit better.

NanoLeaf Smart Bulb

You may have already seen these origami-shaped lightbulbs on the internet, where they have been received with the kind of rapture normally reserved for Apple’s newest products. But all of that is excitement is for a reason – the NanoLeaf smart bulb is a giant step forward for lightbulb design. The NanoLeaf is the most energy efficient LED bulb ever created – they are meant to last up to 27 years! This not only reduces energy costs but also limits our reliance on glass, which in turn reduces waste. NanoLeaf bulbs were invented by post-graduate students at the University of Toronto. Of the available designs, one is self-dimming, and another can be controlled by voice control apps or your smartphone.

Think Dirty

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There are literally thousands of apps in the world, which makes it hard for new ones to truly stand out. But Lily Tsu’s app, Think Dirty, is a groundbreaking tool to help consumers decipher the ingredients in their health and beauty products. Tsu was motivated to create the app by the history of cancer in her family. When Tsu realized that some ingredients are linked to breast cancer and other diseases, she started researching the products on the shelf. Unfortunately, finding clean products is quite a challenge. Since some chemicals and parabens in beauty products are carcinogenic, Think Dirty is the perfect shopping companion for concerned consumers. With Think Dirty, users can simply use their smartphone or tablet to scan an item in order to see a complete list of ingredients, along with their clean/dirty rating.

Vega by Sensonica

It looks like wellness products are stepping up to the next level and company Sensonica proves just that. In 2022 they came up with an innovative healthcare product designed to relieve joints pains and allowing home use. While it is never a bad idea to consult your physician, Vega device is believed to be able to sooth pains of chronic and occasional nature caused by inflammations in tissues and cartilage. With minimum side effects (if any) this product may be a perfect non-pharma alternative to self-care. More info about the product can be found here.

Moss Bathroom Mat

It may seem a little strange, but don’t think of this as moss, think of it as fresh grass. Who doesn’t love stepping barefoot into a recently mowed lawn? Swiss designer Nguyen La Chanh tackled the old problem of the overly damp bathroom by designing a bath mat that thrives on moist conditions. The rug is made from an imputrescible foam called plastazote, with several moss types then implanted into the foam. The moss will survive just on the humidity from your bathroom. Although you can’t buy the bath mat just yet, the inventor is seeking financial investors to take this product to the masses.

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