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Pssst, Father’s Day is just around the corner, but no need to panic, there’s still plenty of time to show Dad how thoughtful you are. So, this year, why not go green? Reusable, organic, sustainable, bee-friendly, and solar-powered options let you show off your love for your dad and the planet.


Reusable Water Bottles and Coffee Mugs

Help your dad stay hydrated on the go with a stylish and reusable water bottle or mug. Look for options made from stainless steel or glass, which are both eco-friendly and BPA-free. Reusable bottles and mugs reduce single-use plastic waste and let Dad show off his unique style.

Organic Grooming Products

Treat your dad to a luxurious grooming experience with organic and natural personal care products. Opt for shaving creams, soaps, or beard oils made from organic ingredients, and show him the benefits of skipping products made from harmful chemicals and unnecessary animal testing. These products will make him feel pampered and they support sustainable farming practices.


Sustainable Apparel

Help your father upgrade his wardrobe with sustainable and ethically made clothing items. Look for brands that prioritize eco-friendly materials like organic cotton, hemp, or bamboo. From stylish shirts, hoodies and pajamas, to comfortable footwear, there are endless eco options.


Solar-Powered Toys

If your dad loves gadgets, surprise him with solar-powered alternatives. From solar phone chargers to solar-powered outdoor lights, to solar-powered garden fountains, these gifts harness renewable energy and reduce reliance on traditional power sources. Not only functional, solar-powered gadgets are your commitment to a sustainable future.


DIY Eco-Kits

For creative and hands-on dads, DIY eco-kits are a fantastic choice. Consider gifting a kit that allows him to grow his own herbs, vegetables, or flowers using organic seeds and compost. There are kits for small spaces like tiny houses and condos, and large spaces like balconies, back decks, and big backyards. Great for Dad, the birds and the bees, and the planet!


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