largest environmental impact happens in caring for your product after purchase. You can reduce the full lifecycle climate change impact of your jeans by up to 50 percent by washing your clothes less, washing in cold water and line drying," he explains. Letting people know that you don't...

at least forego the wear once and wash rule. Not only do jeans (and most other clothes) not require immediate washing after wearing (barring any serious stains), but they also look better a little broken in. They feel better too. And the color is going to last a lot longer the less often you...

If you don't wash your bedding regularly, you're most likely sleeping in dead skin cells, oil, sweat, bodily fluid, food crumbs (if you're a snacker) and drool. To avoid this, here's how often you should wash your bedding. Sheets: The rule of thumb is to wash and/or change your sheets on a...

post after your vacation be even more anticipated than usual! As for me, I have done both through the years: sometimes I schedule some short posts, sometimes I just let everyone know I am going away for a while, only to come back with more energy, positivity and love! So, tell us: How...

how often you shampoo for as long as you can stand it. In other words, get ready to feel like a greaseball for a while—but trust me, the process is totally worth it. Even with fine hair, I'm now able to wash my hair every few days without it getting all gross. 2. Know your type How often...

Let's discuss, for a moment, how often we wash our hair. I'm in the 3-4 day category, while some of my friends and family members like to wash on a daily basis. (I'm way too lazy for that.) Admittedly, sometimes I push it a bit far, but hey -- I like my sleep! (And if you're wondering about...

Washing your jeans without water?! Whaaat?? If you think about it, it actually makes sense. Unless your jeans are stained, denim is pretty sturdy and doesn't actually get dirty enough to warrant a full wash. Plus over-washing your jeans can lead to fading, material breakdown, and a...

the wash, just attack the spot. Use a laundry stain remover, leave it on for a few minutes, then use a damp cloth to wet the area and scrub the stain away. Try the steam clean approach. Hang them in the bathroom while you're taking a shower so that the steam and scents from your soap...

know someone who washes her hair everyday, or you may be that girl. You know the woman who shampoos her hair every time she steps in the shower. If that's you–or one of your friends–we're here to inform you that you may be doing more harm than good. We know there's no handbook to tell you...

) But, before I leave you to your chic weekend, I have to share this tip that came with my Bleulab jeans! How to "Freeze Clean" your Jeans (apparently coated jeans are very delicate and minimal dry cleaning is recommended) 1. Spot clean stains and let jeans dry completely 2. Fold lengthwise...

 

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