- About Us -
The Mindful Hive
- Work like a hive of bees, whilst being mindful for the planet-
The Mindful Hive is here to help you shop sustainably for eco-friendly swaps, for your body and your home. We want to provide alternatives and education on how to switch and ditch the single-use plastic.
The Mindful Hive is an online eco-store ran by Olivia and Jack, born out of The Bees Knees wraps, currently based in Plymouth, Devon.
Why Go Natural ?
Whether it's plastic in our tea bags or chemicals in our face wash, it's time to cut out the nasties and go natural!
We are frequently faced with chemicals in our day to day life and we don't realise the impact it can have on our planet and bodies.
We are on a mission to remove as many toxic products from our lives and hope we can share some natural alternatives to improve your life.
Mainstream beauty/bathroom products have extra fragrances and colourings added to make them attractive to us but we believe you shouldn't put anything on your skin you can't ingest. These unnecessary chemicals eventually will be washed down drains to the ocean or put into Landfill, where they will go back into the earth.
So, let us help you remove chemicals and unneeded waste from your life and ...
... SPREAD LOVE LIKE POLLEN
We wanted to expand the eco-friendly items we provided, as our interest for sustainable waste-free living grew. Our passion for leading a zero waste lifestyle increased and we constantly recommend natural plastic free items to our friends and family anyway. So, we thought it would be silly not to turn our passion into a business, thus The Mindful Hive was born.
Whilst travelling around South East Asia, we were made aware of the vast area plastic products had polluted and how urgently we need to change our lifestyles and sustain ourselves better to stop draining the planet of resources.
The climate crisis is drastically affecting our planet and is creating an ecosystem we can't survive in. Even if you don't believe this rise in temperature is man-made, you can't deny our throwaway culture has impacted our oceans and dirtied our planet. It's time to clean up our act and make the world a safer, more respected place.