$22.00
These organic cotton, plastic-free, long-lasting hair ties are designed specifically with blond, red, gray and white hair in mind. They are strong enough to hold a bun, top-knot or ponytail all day long, yet soft enough to cause no creasing or hair tie headaches. Made in a Fair Trade certified social-good garment facility in Southern India. The facility is owned and operated by nuns and profits are used to fund a cancer treatment facility for those without access to care. Hair Ties that work for you, while uplifting others Made from 100% biodegradable materials The first plastic-free hair elastics on the market 5 shades-of-blond hair ties per pack Looks great on your wrist as a bracelet MATERIALS & CARE MATERIAL: 70% GOTS certified Organic Cotton, 30% Natural Rubber DYE: Hand dyed* using GOTS and OEKO-TEX dyes CARE: Wash cold with like colors; lay flat to dry *Hand dyed: may run 1st wash. Wash cold with like colors

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About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born. 

About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born.