The Sustainable Christmas Shop In Dublin That Doesn't Cost The Earth

♫ It's the least sustainable time of the year ♫

The festive season is one synonymous with overindulgence and obscene levels of waste. 

Looking to combat that is the Dublin's one-stop sustainable shop The Kind and eco toy company Jiminy.

Both stores have joined forces this season to launch The Conscious Christmas Store, making it easier than ever to avoid excess packaging and choose gifts with a conscious this December. 

All things plastic-free have been catered for; stocking fillers, plastic-free presents, green beauty brands to recyclable gift wrap and reusable Christmas crackers, all aimed at those with an interest in creating a more sustainable Christmas.

The pop-up shop will be the first time e-commerce site The Kind and eco toy and craft store Jiminy will have their own space where green-aware customers can come and shop, with peace of mind they’re not contributing to the massive plastic problem Christmas usually generates.

The Conscious Christmas Shop opens on 30 October on 13 Fade St, Dublin 2.

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