How Many Plastic Phone Cases Are Sold in a Year?

Do you know? Want to take a guess?

OVER 1 BILLION!

That’s a whole lot of vanity plastic! And with people using their phone as an accessory, as well as changing their phones way more often than they used to, there’s a whole lot of phone cases that end up polluting our beautiful home.

When I decided to be a way more conscious consumer, I decided to look at the products that I had quite a few of or changed quite often, and my phone cases got my attention. So I started looking for a better option.

That’s when I discovered Pela!

Pela Cases are 100% COMPOSTABLE and free of lead, cadmium, BPA, and phthalates. Their cases are made of a proprietary blend of biopolymers and Canadian Prairie flax shives.

How awesome is that?!

I ordered my first case last year, and then another this year so that I have a couple of different looks to choose from.
I love how durable they are, and how soft to the touch they feel!

Pela makes it easy for us consumers to make a more conscious choice when it comes to our phone accessories! They have a range of different designs and colors for both iPhone and Android, and they also have special editions made in collaboration with designers or charity partners.

I’m absolutely in love with their products and everything that Pela as a company stands for, and I want to give you the chance to fall in love with them too!

When I bought my last case, I got a referral code that will give my friends (that’s you! ๐Ÿ’–) $10 off!!

All you have to do is to go to Pela’s website by clicking the logo below:

Or press this link: http://pelacase.refr.cc/devries

There is no planet B my dear lovelies, and we all have to do what we can to try to save it for our future generations!

Every little bit helps!

๐Ÿ’›If you buy via my affiliate links, I get a small commission ๐Ÿ’›

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