We have perfume that duals as bug repellent, vases from recycled rubber, beaded necklaces from upcycled magazines, and cotton tees derived from plant cellulose; so, don’t be surprised when we tell you we love to wash our hands with grease.
Though an unlikely source for a luxurious hand soup, Further products are resourcefully made from the leftover glycerin from recycled restaurant grease.
Marshall Dostal, a New Yorker gone West, was creating biofuel in his garage for his 1984 Mercedes 300D when the light when on about how he could use all of this excess byproduct. With the aid of his wife, Megan, and an FDA-certified lab, what resulted was a simple, fresh disinfectant with a soft, foamy lather.
The family business expanded the line to include dish soap, lotion, and candles with a smooth, clean smell of bergamot, olive, and exotic grasses.
Marshall and Megan still collect from their local Los Angeles restaurants and close the recycling circle by refurbishing their contributors with their delicately repurposed products.
We are delighted to add the line to our collection and are always on the hunt, keeping our ear to the ground, for beautiful items that creatively take sustainability one step Further.
Experience the collection on the first floor of NYC store at 888 Broadway @ 19th street or click below to shop online.
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-photos by The DieLine