Organic Cotton Scrunchies


Kooshoo Organic Hair Scrunchies are not only 100% biodegradable, they are also strong enough for thick hair, and soft enough to not cause hair tie headaches. Designed to last in your hair but not in a landfill!

But why not just use regular hair ties? They might seem small and harmless, but did you realize that your run-of-the-mill, synthetic hair ties take approximately 500 years to break down? Not only that, but 20,000 lbs of hair elastics –or the equivalent weight of a city bus–are dumped into our planet each day. They are a part of the 185 lbs of plastic waste PER PERSON per year, finding their way all over and into the oceans and the bellies of birds and marine life and leaching their dyes and chemicals into our soil and groundwater. That’s why!

Made with 70% GOTS certified organic cotton and 30% Fair Trade Natural Rubber. Kooshoo hair ties are hand dyed using low impact, GOTS certified organic dye in a solar powered dye house. The header card of the scrunchies pack is made with FSC certified 100% recycled paper.

One size fits all, two scrunchies per pack.

The ALMANAC is a private Lady Farmer Community, created exclusively for members.

Inside The ALMANAC, your gift recipient will join a growing community of people who are seeking a slower, more sustainable lifestyle, guided by simplicity, beauty, and connection with the natural world. Hosted by Lady Farmer and led by the rhythms of the seasons, this is a space for us to come together in an exploration of the life-changing paradigm shift of slowing down. Here they will find workshops, articles, activities, recipes, essays, music, and much more on topics such as sustainable food, clothing, the arts of making, and the power of our daily consumer choices. They will join in on member-exclusive events such as themed virtual monthly gatherings and quarterly book club meetings, where they can connect, share with and learn from fellow ALMANAC members on their slow living journey.

Lady Farmer was formed in response to the growing movement of women who identify with nature and its cycles, simple comforts, tradition and sustainability. It has been such a wonderful journey as the Lady Farmer community grows each year with more and more people seeking a slower, more intentional way of life.

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