By Simone Delochan,
“When it goes down the drain, it breaks down into even smaller pieces of plastic. Then it goes into our waterways, and our oceans are getting this tiny, tiny coating of plastic that’s insulating it. It gets digested by micro-organisms, by fish, all of it. And that becomes our food, that becomes our water,” Saba Gray, founder and CEO of BioGlitz.
I swear I’m neither trying to ruin childhood nor the Carnival spirit, of which this plays some small role. But yes, let’s talk glitter. Or fairy dust. The truth is, there is something about that whimsical feeling which a little, or a lot of glitter gives, whether it’s in eye shadow, or body lotion/gel or nail polish.