Today’s Solutions: September 25, 2022

As the end of the pandemic slowly draws nearer, it’s hard to not get excited about the prospect of traveling again. All the adventures we put on hold because of the health crisis are sneaking back into our minds with the hope that things will return to something that resembles normal again soon.

That said, one human habit we hope we do not carry into the future is the wasteful and damaging practice of consuming single-use plastic. At least 9 billion single-use travel containers and 6 billion silicone travel bottles will end up in landfills or on beaches through our lifetimes.

Luckily, Cadence is here to help you restart life-on-the-go with their convenient and refillable travel containers. Cadence is committed to finding the best way to create durable capsules made of 100 percent recycled plastic without compromising on style.

The company partners with Envision Plastics, an organization that, with the help of local communities, gathers plastic from the world’s beaches. Currently, Cadence containers are comprised of 50 percent ocean-bound plastic waste and reused scrap plastic that is generated from its own production, but the company is determined to increase this percentage.

Their classic honeycomb design isn’t just aesthetically pleasing but also allows customers to choose customized magnetic labels for their containers or choose from presets such as “cleaner” or “moisturizer” for easy organization. On top of that, they are BPA-free, leak-proof, dishwasher-safe, and TSA-compliant.

Check out Cadence’s capsules for environmentally conscious travelers in all five mod colors: charcoal, petal, terracotta, lavender, and sand.

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