Blueland's New Earth Month Bottles Were Illustrated by Mona Chalabi

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Reassessing your shopping habits this Earth Month? Blueland is here to help. The eco-conscious brand has released a limited-edition foaming hand soap in celebration of the month.

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Blueland teamed up with data journalist, illustrator, and writer Mona Chalabi for a series of special illustrations on its reusable bottles. Chalabi's work has appeared in ​New York Magazine,​ NPR, Netflix, and more.

The drawings portray "some of our most at-risk wildlife," according to the brand. Each illustration is paired with "key waste and species facts," so you can learn more. The bottles come with the dry tablet soap in the scent "Pretty Earthy," which has "notes of a wooded fig tree" — another unique part of the release.

The soap is available as an individual bottle, or a three- or six-pack. Each purchase of a three- or six-pack also comes with a special puzzle designed by Chalabi. Here's to creative packaging that ties into eco-friendly shopping.

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