Upcycling creates less trash by reusing and transforming the containers and other things you already have. Brilliant! The examples below save you money and if your items are biodegradable at least they don’t end up floating in the ocean.
- use old fabric and towels as drop cloths or rags
- reuse paper in packages you receive for future packages you ship
- get a refill on liquid products
- repurpose skincare and cosmetic containers
Upcycling bottles, jars, paper tubesFirst try to get refills of your products so the original container lives on. Afterward remove the label from glass using rubbing alcohol, sterilize and use for countless things. The possibilities are endless.
- DIY skincare ingredients
- organize craft materials
- store tea or spices
- portable water spray
- a vase
- DIY bath oil blends
- row of vases
- travel size toiletries
- store sand from fave beach
Paperboard tubes (sanitize first)
- plant seeds
- use it as a little gift box
- battery candle holder
Let’s see. What should I be?
I want to be organic, fun, portable, and waterless.
How will I make you feel?
You’ll feel so amazing! You’ll want to crush it every day.
What about my name?
To keep things a surprise, I’ll just say it will be catchy!
Where do I begin?
I’ll start with my package and go from there. That’s how I like to do things.
I think I’ll ask our hh fans whether they’d like a paper tube or a tin.
I’ll begin experimenting with different scents to get it just right. Well that’s all for now. I’ll keep you posted on my progress.
Oh, I’m starting to have fun!
“Fragrance” is a good word, except when it comes to skincare. Why? Because when you see it on a label, “fragrance” often includes synthetic chemicals which most of you want to avoid if you are looking for natural products.
According to the FDA, trade secrets don’t have to be revealed and “fragrance” falls into that category. Any number of questionable ingredients can hide behind that term. But that limits transparency for you and your delicate skin. If fragrance on the label is not clearly defined, you may be putting potentially harmful ingredients on your skin.
Imagine you are out and about. You look down and your legs are dry and scaly. Uh oh. No lotion in your purse ever since the multiple leaks that got all over everything.
Don’t panic! You have your lotion stick that delivers concentrated moisture exactly when and where you need it. Dry patches will be fixed instantly. It could be your legs, arms, elbows, hands, neck. Ahhh, a quick application and you feel beautiful and put together.
Your lotion stick will be your new bff. It goes wherever you go. Work, gym, trip, or just to show your friends your cute little miracle worker.
Leaving the lights on, computer running for 8+ hours and AC pumping all day can affect your utility costs. Have you noticed an increase in your monthly electric bill since spending more time in your home office? Here's what you can do.
We thought you would like to know how our body scrub ingredients come together to bring you healthy glowing skin.
Essential oils and carrier oils are combined to maximize the effectiveness of beauty products so they can be healing and pleasing to skin.
Essential oils are distilled from plants, are potent, and evaporate quickly leaving behind a lovely scent. They are for external use and have many healing properties which are excellent for skin care products. Benefits may include evening skin tone, soothing irritated skin, regenerating skin cells, reducing inflammation, brightening skin, and moisturizing skin. All of these can refresh and enhance skin's appearance.
Our founder loves honeysuckles and buttercups. That's how we got our name, "h. honeycup". Wait, our name could have been buttersuckles!
We like that it sounds fresh and fun, like an outdoor adventure. Our name comes from nature and so do our ingredients. Plant-based just feels right.
It turns out that creating natural and organic skin care products is as much fun as using them. How many samples do we try before we select our final product? Too many to count!