As a hairdresser, gloves are a part of your everyday life at work and play an important role in hygiene and protecting your hands from chemicals. While there are many different types of salon gloves available, many hair technicians prefer nitrile gloves for the following reasons:
Do you own or manage a salon? Or are you simply interested in salons and how they work? The time has come to say goodbye to the traditional cotton towel and make sustainable steps towards the #1 eco-friendly product for salons in Australia: eco towels.
Salon gloves are an integral, daily item for all hairdressers. Hairdressers are more than 10x more likely to suffer from skin complaints, irritations, and conditions, because of the harsh and complex chemicals found in hair dyes. Around 70% of all hairdressers will experience some sort of skin issue at some point in their careers.
One of the only ways in which this skin condition can be prevented is by wearing salon gloves.
The other main reason for hairdressers wearing gloves is to prevent any cross-contamination in the workplace and prevent the spread of germs between the...
Eco Towels Australia have really taken off and are a must-have item for salons that want to become more sustainable. They are completely biodegradable, and the fact that they are single-use means that you’re saving loads of water and electricity as they don’t need to be washed. Simply throw them in with your trash, and they’ll decompose by themselves in around 12 weeks.
But eco towels have far more uses than simply drying hair in a salon. Use them for other things in the salon, and even take them home. Some other uses...
As we all take a more environmentally-friendly approach towards everyday products, we want to encourage you to be mindful about which products are being used in your cafe. Any establishment that serves beverages basically has three choices available to them when it comes to cups: plastic cups, biodegradable cups and reusable cups.
Let’s rule out plastic cups as these are single-use and are non-biodegradable. Single-use plastics will also soon be illegal in Australia. So it is no use making use of an archaic product that is slowly ruining the environment.