Welcome Aimee Winchester to the Ecoriginals Family.

Ecoriginals started out with a simple yet significant mission; to minimise our environmental footprint by creating a natural, 80% plant based and non-toxic disposable nappy solution (which means it’s made from no less than 80% biodegradable material). In keeping with our founding principles, we are delighted to welcome mother and fellow Byron Bay

Top Tips For A Non-Toxic Summer

Summer is upon us…warm days, beach expeditions, swimming pools, bright, hot sun, long evenings – and mosquitoes! I absolutely adore this time of the year and now that Isabella is a full-blown walking toddler rather than a baby, there are so many activities we can do. It’s just so much fun. Last year, Isabella was

The Non-Toxic Christmas Toy Guide

Christmas is almost here…wow! This year has sure sped by! It feels like yesterday that it was last Christmas and I had a 4 month old who had just started to hold, chew and play with toys. Now I have a 14 month old who is tearing about, shape sorting, pulling things along behind and

Our first child care centres on board!

We are super excited to welcome our first 2 child care centres on board using our nappies. These 2 centres in Sydney will be using our nappies exclusively on their kids in their large day care centres. We admire these centres for spending the extra money to invest in better quality nappies rather than using

Finalist in 2 categories for the Lord Mayors Awards!

We love awards and we are again finalists in 2 different categories for the Brisbane Lord Mayors Awards. The two categories are Fast Growth Small Business, and Sustainability. We find out at the gala dinner on 10 October if we win either!

Hand delivery of supplies at Bumi Sehat Clinic in Bali

Lisa, Lachlan & the kids were excited to hand deliver supplies to Robin Lim at Bumi Sehat Clinic in Bali. Through the fundraising they raised over $2,200 and they were able to hand deliver baby supplies and homeopathic remedies (through our friends at Puraforce Remedies and Gaia Natural Baby). Heres a photo of Lisa and

Re-usable Christmas Wrapping Idea!

We changed a few years ago to using mostly re-usable Christmas bags for giving presents to each other and to friends and family, rather than the traditional wrappings. In doing this, our gift bags can be recycled and used many times.  Put a bit of tape across the top, and attach a ribbon and you