Friday, August 16, 2013

Glass Dharma straws review - Eco friendly alternative to plastic. Plus Giveaway!

I am always looking for newer ways to be kinder to by my body and my environment. I try to eliminate as much plastic from my life as possible, so when I caught eye of Glass Dharma, I had to contact them. This company supplies eco-friendly glass straws that you can tote with you or keep at home to avoid having to use those germy straws that can sometimes even cut your mouth.

No more wasting money on straws and you will eliminate any toxins from plastics that may get into your drinks. People are getting more serious about omitting plastic from their lives, as studies have shown that the chemicals from plastics may do bodily harm over time.

Glass Dharma straws are handmade in the USA. They are durable and unique in design. As you can see, they aren't like any other straw on the market. Some of the great things about these straws is that they are  sustainable, reusable, clean easy, can be used with hot or cold and they are dishwasher safe! They make all sizes suitable for kids and adults.

 I received these designs you see above, along with 2 convenient cleaner brushes. 

These straws look very well made and look like they will last a long time.

So the next time you go to a Starbucks, why not start a new trend. It may even be an interesting conversation starter!

You can find more information and keep up with their promotions at their social  media sites.

Are you intrigued, do you want some of your own?  Well, this giveaway will give you a chance to do just that! One lucky Reader will win a $25 e-gift certificate to their store!

Disclaimer: Product was provided to me for the purpose of facilitating a review with my honest opinions. I was not compensated monetarily or in any other form. This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment. 

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  1. Reusable grocery bags.

  2. reusable shopping bags and squiggly light bulbs.

  3. Reusable grocery bags, glass straws, rags instead of paper towels, cloth diapers . . . too many to mention!

  4. Cloth diapers. I am looking into changing to reusable a reusable coffee filter, straws, and un-paper towels.

  5. Reusable grocery bags

  6. My kids love using straws but agreed plastic straws make so much mess. My one worry is that the glass one may break during use. I do like the fact they have something to get them clean.

  7. Those look really cool! But I have to wonder how they would hold up with my crazy kids.

  8. Those look really cool! But I have to wonder how they would hold up with my crazy kids.