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BE ECO-CONSCIOUS THIS BLACK FRIDAY WITH 25% OFF!

With Black Friday only days away, the world seems to plunge headfirst into the insanity of mass consumerism, but don’t let it stop you from being your usual eco-friendly self. 

Black Friday signals the ‘official’ start of the holiday shopping season.

As you prepare to search for the perfect green gifts for friends, relatives and co-workers, keep in mind these eco-friendly shopping tips:

1. CHOOSE SUSTAINABLE BRANDS

We’re proud to create beautiful keepsake bracelets made from natural materials wrapped in reusable and recyclable packaging all while supporting wildlife and environmental conservation. So, we’re offering 25% off this Black Friday weekend to help you make a sustainable choice, simply use discount code BF25, valid until midnight Monday 2 December, 2019.

... we’re offering 25% off this Black Friday weekend to help you make a sustainable choice ...

2. MAKE CONSCIOUS CHOICES

There are so many eco-friendly options these days, both online and in-store, so do some research to find out where the item made? How long will it last? What kind of material is it made with? If you can't answer these questions favorably, you should think twice about taking it off the shelves. While one purchase may seem insignificant, every little bit helps, especially when millions of people are doing it.

 

3. WRAP YOUR GIFTS IN REUSABLE AND RECYCLABLE PRODUCTS

Making small changes to how you wrap your gifts can make a huge difference to the environment. Use reusable and recyclable gift paper, gift bag or even try DIY gift wrappers which also add a personal touch to your gifts. Every Wild In Africa order comes in a reusable jute jewellery bag, perfectly ready for gift giving or to keep your bracelets in when not being worn.

Use discount code BF25 at checkout.

Valid until midnight Monday 2 December, 2019

Written by Chloe Cooper

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