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Ecore's Vision

Ecore's main focus is to bring a core range of eco 100% biodegradable and reusable products to the everyday New Zealand household, making it an affordable and easy way to reduce waste on our planet, reduce chemical exposure to families and increase a passion for living.

From the Blog

Natural Cough & Chest Elixirs at RHAYNE.

Natural Cough & Chest Elixirs at RHAYNE.

Are you looking for natural cough and chest elixirs for your little one?

As part of my other business Ecore Social Media I sometimes do work for online stores that use the Shopify platform. I’ve just finished doing a website revamp for Dean at RHAYNE.

Which is how I came across this natural product from RHAYNE ...

  • Sarah Cooper

5 Reasons To Use Reusable Make-Up Remover Pads.

5 Reasons To Use Reusable Make-Up Remover Pads.

If you're removing your makeup at the end of each day, makeup remover pads can become quite costly over time. Not only that but each one you use ends up going straight to landfill. Here's 5 reasons why reusable makeup remover pads could be the perfect option for you.

  • Sarah Cooper

4 Reasons to use a biodegradable dish cloth.

4 Reasons To Use A Biodegradable Dish Cloth

Have you have been using disposable dish cloths for as long as you can remember?
Maybe you have been using reusable ones that are made from synthetic materials.
If you think that you're happy with the cloths you currently use, here's 4 reasons why you could be happier!

  • Sarah Cooper
Giving Gifts: 5 Ways to Stay Eco-Friendly.

Giving Gifts: 5 Ways to Stay Eco-Friendly.

Guest post by Sophia Sharpe

Ditch gifts and focus on the people.

Ten years ago, both sides of our family spontaneously decided that we buy ourselves the things we want so why have unnecessary gifts at Christmas?  It can be hard to go entirely gift free, so some people (cough, the women), make a batch of fudge or salted lemons, bottle them up and give one to each family. 

  • Sarah Cooper

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Living More Sustainably Isn't A Hippie Thing. It's A Survival Thing.
Killing The Earth = Killing Ourselves.