GOING GRAY :: METHOD’S BEACH TO BOTTLE INITIATIVE

When I first started working with Method on this series of posts that we’ve had all year long, I was incredibly impressed with the company on a variety of levels, but one of the things that stood out to me the most was one simple philosophy: If you level the playing field and discount all of the good that Method does with its products, judging the product on looks alone, Method still wins.

Why is this important? Because even if you don’t understand the good that their doing, you might be tempted to purchase the product based on how good it’s going to look sitting on your counter. Which is why this latest design might be one of my favorites…

I think we all know that as much as I love color, I’m a total black and white gal. Grey also happens to fall into that category. So, when I saw these bottles, I was so excited for the month that we’d get to introduce them to you! But let’s not stop with the color alone. Let’s actually talk about the bottle. As you can see on the tag, the reason Method went away from their usual clear packaging on this soap is because these bottles are made entirely from recycled ocean plastic. Amazing.

And because they can say it way better than I can… check this video out:

And if that still doesn’t do it for you, there’s one more factor of awesomeness to consider – this is a dish AND hand soap. It has the ability to scrub away grease and nasty cooking smells from your hands. Which is good for this Italian chef (can you say stinky garlic fingers?).

So, take the ocean pledge with me. On top of doing some good, you could win a $100 gift card to Whole Foods which would come in quite handy this time of year no? And so will that soap with all the holiday dishes that are gonna need washing…

I think MJ and Paul would approve.

 

3 responses on “GOING GRAY :: METHOD’S BEACH TO BOTTLE INITIATIVE

  1. Jaime Lopez

    I am so glad you shared this post and video on your blog. I think this is such a cool initiative from method and Whole Foods. I love to see small changes that can make a big impact and I think this is exactly that. I appreciate you sharing this with all of us!

    - Jaime

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Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.

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