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Guilt-free green gifts

It’s all about going green these days, and we think Christmas should be too! We’ve picked some of our fave, proudly-local gifts to help you spread the eco-friendly love.

1. Keep your skin safe from the sun with the reef-friendly, all-natural, sensitive skin safe and rapidly biodegradable, SPF 30 Esse sunscreen, R650. One lucky reader stands to WIN an Esse sunscreen! Enter here. Details: Esse Ballito at Lifestyle Centre, www.esseskincare.com

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2. Give the gift of easy cooking with the clever, locally-made, heat-retaining slow cooker – Wonderbag, R405.
Details: www.wonderbagworld.com, www.yuppichef.com

3. The 100% cotton, unbleached, organic beeswax Sting Wraps are reusable, biodegradable and handcrafted and perfect for sandwiches, storing cheese and keeping bread fresh, R160 for a three-pack. Details: Facebook: Sting Wraps.

4. Wrap your gifts in an eco-friendly, reusable, hand-made and environmentally responsible gift wrap with The Giving Bag, R35 each.
To stand a chance to WIN one of 10 bags, enter here
Details: Home-Grown at Ballito Lifestyle Centre, [email protected]

5. Shop in eco-style with the Husk Eco Luxe shopper made from washable, craft paper which is durable, environmentally-friendly and biodegradable, R350.
Facebook: Husk Eco Luxe, Instagram @husk_ecoluxe, www.huskecolux.com

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