Pubes for the Planet
Pubes for the Planet

GIVE YOUR PUBES A PURPOSE.

Update: The good news is, all of our pube collection pouches have been claimed. But the bad news is, well, all of our pube collection pouches have been claimed.

 

Human hair is an effective, biodegradable tool for reducing soil erosion. Your pubes are a precious resource, and you’ve been washing their potential down the drain. Send them to us and get a free tube of eos shave cream whiles supplies last (not joking) (at all) (this is a very real thing). We’ll even match your hair donations with money donations to help the planet.

GIVE YOUR PUBES A PURPOSE.

GIVE YOUR PUBES A PURPOSE.

Update: The good news is, all of our pube collection pouches have been claimed. But the bad news is, well, all of our pube collection pouches have been claimed.

 

Human hair is an effective, biodegradable tool for reducing soil erosion. Your pubes are a precious resource, and you’ve been washing their potential down the drain. Send them to us and get a free tube of eos shave cream whiles supplies last (not joking) (at all) (this is a very real thing). We’ll even match your hair donations with money donations to help the planet.

YOU PROBABLY HAVE SOME
QUESTIONS.
THAT'S NORMAL.

Oh, just normal pube stuff mostly. With the help of our pals at Matter Of Trust, we’ll plant them in the Pube Park, a new garden where we’ll nourish the soil and help the land grow healthy happy plants. It's all part of our initiative with Matter of Trust to raise awareness of how repurposed hair waste can help solve environmental problems.

Well it’s certainly not good. Our planet has lost half of our topsoil in the last 150 years. We’re losing valuable fertile land, resulting in increased food insecurity, pollution in streams and rivers, water usage, climate-warming carbon dioxide, and flooding. And about $8 billion in economic losses every year. You could say it’s a bit of a HAIRY situation hahaha.*makes joke to process the sheer terror*

Every year, about 300,000 tons of human hair are discarded as waste. Although hair is biodegradable, its accumulation in waste streams causes serious problems for not only our larger drainage systems, but also the environment. Excess nutrients from the hair sitting in waste streams, dumps, and landfills can flow into nearby bodies of water, causing eutrophication, which is a type of pollution that harms marine life. So short answer: human hair waste: bad. Repurposed human hair waste: good!

Where all good pubes go...to Pube Heaven. In this case, that heaven is the fine folks over at Matter of Trust, our non-profit partner that specializes in using hair for all sorts of environmental efforts. For every pube donation sent, we’ll match it with a monetary donation to help them continue their efforts. Check out all the rad stuff they’ve been up to here.

Counterpoint: why not? Let’s start treating all kinds of hair like the precious renewable resource it is. Even pubes! Because–spoiler alert–we all have them! Even your grandparents have them! (Sorry Gam Gam, but it’s time they know). At eos, we think it’s about time we 1. normalize this very normal thing and 2. Help the planet by using the natural resources we have available.

YOU PROBABLY HAVE SOME QUESTIONS. THAT'S NORMAL.

Oh, just normal pube stuff mostly. With the help of our pals at Matter Of Trust, we’ll plant them in the Pube Park, a new garden where we’ll nourish the soil and help the land grow healthy happy plants. It's all part of our initiative with Matter of Trust to raise awareness of how repurposed hair waste can help solve environmental problems.

Well it’s certainly not good. Our planet has lost half of our topsoil in the last 150 years. We’re losing valuable fertile land, resulting in increased food insecurity, pollution in streams and rivers, water usage, climate-warming carbon dioxide, and flooding. And about $8 billion in economic losses every year. You could say it’s a bit of a HAIRY situation hahaha.*makes joke to process the sheer terror*

Every year, about 300,000 tons of human hair are discarded as waste. Although hair is biodegradable, its accumulation in waste streams causes serious problems for not only our larger drainage systems, but also the environment. Excess nutrients from the hair sitting in waste streams, dumps, and landfills can flow into nearby bodies of water, causing eutrophication, which is a type of pollution that harms marine life. So short answer: human hair waste: bad. Repurposed human hair waste: good!

Where all good pubes go...to Pube Heaven. In this case, that heaven is the fine folks over at Matter of Trust, our non-profit partner that specializes in using hair for all sorts of environmental efforts. For every pube donation sent, we’ll match it with a monetary donation to help them continue their efforts. Check out all the rad stuff they’ve been up to here.

Counterpoint: why not? Let’s start treating all kinds of hair like the precious renewable resource it is. Even pubes! Because–spoiler alert–we all have them! Even your grandparents have them! (Sorry Gam Gam, but it’s time they know). At eos, we think it’s about time we 1. normalize this very normal thing and 2. Help the planet by using the natural resources we have available.

YOU PROBABLY HAVE SOME QUESTIONS.
THAT'S NORMAL.

Oh, just normal pube stuff mostly. With the help of our pals at Matter Of Trust, we’ll plant them in the Pube Park, a new garden where we’ll nourish the soil and help the land grow healthy happy plants. It's all part of our initiative with Matter of Trust to raise awareness of how repurposed hair waste can help solve environmental problems.

Well it’s certainly not good. Our planet has lost half of our topsoil in the last 150 years. We’re losing valuable fertile land, resulting in increased food insecurity, pollution in streams and rivers, water usage, climate-warming carbon dioxide, and flooding. And about $8 billion in economic losses every year. You could say it’s a bit of a HAIRY situation hahaha. *makes joke to process the sheer terror*

Every year, about 300,000 tons of human hair are discarded as waste. Although hair is biodegradable, its accumulation in waste streams causes serious problems for not only our larger drainage systems, but also the environment. Excess nutrients from the hair sitting in waste streams, dumps, and landfills can flow into nearby bodies of water, causing eutrophication, which is a type of pollution that harms marine life. So short answer: human hair waste: bad. Repurposed human hair waste: good!

Where all good pubes go...to Pube Heaven. In this case, that heaven is the fine folks over at Matter of Trust, our non-profit partner that specializes in using hair for all sorts of environmental efforts. For every pube donation sent, we’ll match it with a monetary donation to help them continue their efforts. Check out all the rad stuff they’ve been up to here.

Counterpoint: why not? Let’s start treating all kinds of hair like the precious renewable resource it is. Even pubes! Because–spoiler alert–we all have them! Even your grandparents have them! (Sorry Gam Gam, but it’s time they know). At eos, we think it’s about time we 1. normalize this very normal thing and 2. Help the planet by using the natural resources we have available.

HOW ELSE CAN I
RECYCLE HAIR?

(THANK YOU SO MUCH
FOR ASKING.)

TURN SPLIT ENDS INTO NEW BEGINNINGS.

*Snaps for that beautiful poem* All kinds of hair can be used to help reduce soil erosion. Donate any time at MatterofTrust.org. Because you should really get rid of those split ends anyway. (What? Someone had to say it.)

USE THAT BAD HAIRCUT FOR GOOD.

Cut your own bangs after 3 glasses of wine again? Now you can use that spare hair to help clean up oil spills in the ocean. So go ahead, be reckless! A pixie cut would look great on you! Or not! Who cares! We can’t be held responsible!

DOG HAIR, DON'T CARE.

As if your sweet baby angel wasn’t perfect enough already, now they can help save the earth. Pet hair can be used to form mats to clean up oil spills in the ocean. Learn more and donate at MatterOfTrust.org and don’t forget to give your baby bubby a wittle smoochy woochy for us!

GROW A HEALTHY, HAIRY GARDEN.

Have you been going for the sexy French painter look with your armpit hair? Or perhaps you’ve been growing a quarantine leg sweater? Well when the time comes, you can use that hair to grow a garden at home or fertilize your yard. When put in soil, hair can help it retain moisture and keep plant roots hydrated. Over time, the nitrogen from the hair will fertilize your plants and help those petunias pop off.

HOW ELSE CAN I
RECYCLE HAIR?

(THANK YOU SO MUCH
FOR ASKING.)

TURN SPLIT ENDS INTO NEW BEGINNINGS.

*Snaps for that beautiful poem* All kinds of hair can be used to help reduce soil erosion. Donate any time at MatterofTrust.org. Because you should really get rid of those split ends anyway. (What? Someone had to say it.)

USE THAT BAD HAIRCUT FOR GOOD.

Cut your own bangs after 3 glasses of wine again? Now you can use that spare hair to help clean up oil spills in the ocean. So go ahead, be reckless! A pixie cut would look great on you! Or not! Who cares! We can’t be held responsible!

DOG HAIR, DON'T CARE.

As if your sweet baby angel wasn’t perfect enough already, now they can help save the earth. Pet hair can be used to form mats to clean up oil spills in the ocean. Learn more and donate at MatterOfTrust.org and don’t forget to give your baby bubby a wittle smoochy woochy for us!

GROW A HEALTHY, HAIRY GARDEN.

Have you been going for the sexy French painter look with your armpit hair? Or perhaps you’ve been growing a quarantine leg sweater? Well when the time comes, you can use that hair to grow a garden at home or fertilize your yard. When put in soil, hair can help it retain moisture and keep plant roots hydrated. Over time, the nitrogen from the hair will fertilize your plants and help those petunias pop off.

*You must be 18+ years of age to participate.
You can only receive one pouch and shave cream set per participate.
Incomplete shipping information will not qualify. US only.

*You must be 18+ years of age to participate.
You can only receive one pouch and shave cream set per participate.
Incomplete shipping information will not qualify. US only.