Introducing our own mini Ethical Hedonist, aged four and three quarters, little Lady D, shows us how to be a hot sustainable tot.
As soon as I realised this organic Green People Sticky Hand Sanitiser is not sticky at all- I worked out that it is insinuating that I have sticky hands! Moi? AS IF! – I found that this fabulously fun foam is really quite great. It uses Tea Tree to offer a unique protection against grime, a huge contrast to the chemical laden mainstream sanitisers! Apparently it is safe to ingest, but I’d rather have a YoYo bear or some sweets!
Poor Mater isn’t so keen on lugging the big bottle, but it’s OK, as I offer to carry it when we go out…and then give it to her once we are too far from home to take it back!
I love squeezing it out from the bottle, so I can’t see this one lasting very long. Even more brilliantly Green People donate 10% of profits to charity – currently Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice, Penny Brohn Cancer Care and The Marine Conservation Society.
Definitely gets a non-sticky thumbs up!
Got something you want Little Lady D to review – email us at email@example.com
London’s smallest, super discerning, slow, sustainable fashionista is four and three quarters. She loves the theatre – her ambition is to play “Matilda” in the West End Musical, when she is big enough.