Simple, Sustainable, Soulful

Thank you for supporting Green Being Eco Store.
By purchasing from us you have made a choice that is more positive for your health and the health of the planet.

Green Being Eco Store, A wholesaler of natural, environmentally and sustainable creams, traditional soaps, liquid soaps and body wash..Other items are often included that are inline with the business principals and values. Our products will always be at least three of the following:

  • Hand made
  • Sustainable
  • Organic
  • Lesser impact on the earth
  • Recycled
  • Bio degradable
  • Locally sourced.

We utilitise locally grown produce, whenever possible, including organic Australian hemp seed oil. We also source our printing, web support and packaging etc…locally. We are members of IHEMPWA.

Green Being values fairness, not greed, truth in labeling not clever marketing with exaggerated claims and all our products we make and sell must, throughout their lifecycle, have a lesser impact on the planet.
When you purchase mass produced, supermarket brands you may often find they utilise cheap palm oil, a cocktail of non bio degradable chemicals and are packaged in plastic.
When sending your order we utilise only recycled catalogues, bubble wrap and cardboard for packaging.

Please Note: We do not send overseas.

We hand make many of our products in small batches utilizing human energy, running any equipment with solar power, harvesting rain water, not using palm oil, choosing glass over plastic packaging and offering a refund on the returned bottle. We utilise bio degradable, recycled, cardboard boxes (made right here in WA,) We never give out single use plastic bags. All our body products are safe to go down the drain, grey water system or straight onto the lawn.

It is estimated that there is approximately 150 million tonnes of plastic in the ocean today. If we continue with a business-as-usual scenario—that is, around eight million tonnes of plastic going into the ocean every year—then in 2025 the ocean is expected to contain one tonne of plastic to every three tonnes of fish.
  The longer we leave it, the more our precious marine life, sea birds, turtles, whales and other creatures will die from entanglement and ingestion of toxic plastic. By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish.

We cannot just wait for the politicians to take mitigation measures. A nationwide container deposit scheme, a ban on plastic micro beads and plastic bags would be great, but this is not currently happening.

We can choose to be aware and make small changes.