A Good Company Recycled Thick Hair Bobbles x5 - BlackA Good Company Recycled Thick Hair Bobbles x5 - BlackA Good Company Recycled Thick Hair Bobbles x5 - BlackA Good Company Recycled Thick Hair Bobbles x5 - Black

A Good Company Recycled Thick Hair Bobbles x5 - Black


This absolutely amazing range of products from A Good Company will blow your mind! I am too excited to be offering such a magical eco alternative that was delivered to me with ZERO plastic packaging, which is part of their company policy (it wasn't a special allowance for me)!



These AMAZING plastic free bobbles are environmentally-responsible, ridiculously comfy and non-pulling!

Keep your hair in control and reduce breakages with these eco-friendly hair ties great for thick, heavy and curly hair. Natural rubber provides elasticity to grip hair all day long. The 100% recycled cotton material is gentle on your hair and the planet.


  • 5-pack
  • Fabric made from 100% recycled cotton
  • Great for all hair types
  • Packaged in 100% biodegradable corn starch bag
  • Size: 8 x 50 mm / 0.3 x 2 inches
    • MATERIAL:Materials: 100% recycled cotton, natural rubber
    • FACTORY: The Hair Accessory Factory
    • CARE: Wash cold with like colors; lay flat to dry

          Why I Love This

          I only stock brands that I use myself so you know when you order from Plastic Freedom, you already have that trust that it's been tried and tested!


          About A Good Company

          "The ambition of A Good Company is to have a net positive impact on the environment. Not only do we want to be a responsible company, we also want to inspire change and make other companies and competitors think about their environmental impact. In a perfect world, every company should climate compensate transport, choose environmentally friendly raw materials and package products in a responsible way."

          A Good Company's business model is designed to be as sustainable as can be. It’s something they work on constantly, as there are always ways to improve.

          This encompasses the way their products are manufactured, delivered and disposed of; carbon offset programs such as tree planting; and also the way they conduct themselves as a business, for example offsetting emissions from flights and only flying when they need to.

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