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These Are The Measures That TNW Takes For Preserving the Environment

by Akshit Goel 16 May 2020 0 Comments

As humans we take a lot from nature as it has abundance of benefits to give us. Mother Earth prospers in every aspect and provides humans with natural healing. But it is our own responsibility to give back to nature and preserve it. We should always be thankful for the nature and never ever exploit it. Owing to this essentiality of preserving nature our duty is to take every possible measure to conserve, preserve and give back to nature. Thus, other than producing only natural, non-toxic, chemical-free products, here are some other measures that TNW takes for preserving the environment.

  1. All Products Are Non-Toxic; Sulphate-Free Which Cause No Harm To Water Bodies:

    The reason why TNW-The Natural Wash always presses upon producing and propagating only Sulphate-free and Paraben-Free is not just because these chemicals are harmful for the skin but because the amount of toxic lather, that Sulphate based products create, cause major harm to the natural water tributaries, or other water bodies when drained down to them. The foam and lather doesn’t vanish through your drainage, in fact it goes to the sewages and then finally drained in to larger water bodies where the huge amount of lather and foam contribute to the water pollution.
    This is one of the major reasons that all TNW soaps, face washes and shampoos are Paraben and Sulphate-free.
  2. All the packaging: bottles, tubes and containers of TNW products are recyclable.


In order to minimize the aggressive production of plastic, TNW makes use those plastics that have already been in existence. Which means recycled plastics are used (with proper filtration and ensuring its safety), so that those plastic that is hard to get rid of is used and no mass production of fresh plastic takes place. It’s an effort to make sure that whatever plastic is already been created if we can’t get rid of it, then let not any more be produced.
 Also, the containers are totally re-useable and recyclable. In fact, we also urge our customers to re-use the containers of TNW Face packs and scrubs, by growing plants in it or do something creative with them.

  1. For TNW Handmade Neem Comb No Trees Are Cut:
    Neem Comb
    TNW emphasizes to use non-plastic wooden comb not only because it is beneficial for hair and scalp but also because it is fruitful for the environment, too. TNW Neem Wood Comb is non-toxic, eco-friendly product, yet no trees are cut on purpose for the production of these combs. All the fallen branches or trees are gathered and out of them these combs are hand-crafted. It is rather like reincarnating the broken or fallen branches and giving them a new life. The idea is to not waste the beneficial tree, its leaves are used for several of our products such as TNW Neem Soap, Herbal Shampoo, Acne Powder and its seeds are used for extracting Neem Oil. It’s more like celebrating the importance of this miraculous tree by using every bit of it.

These are some of the measures that TNW takes in order to preserve and protect out environment because when nature upsets it does irreparable damage, so we should never underestimate the essentiality of harmonious Mother Nature and try to give back to her as much as we can.

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