066: Sustainable Intimacy Products with Wendy Strgar of Good Clean Love
In this episode, Wendy Strgar and Marjorie Alexander cover: Bioplastic as sustainable packaging - what is it, where do you get it and why more companies aren't using it How petroleum in personal hygiene products can impact the body Staying emotionally connected with your partner Active grieving after a loss Connect with Wendy Strgar and Good Clean Love Online: Good Clean Love website: GoodCleanLove.com The scientific (and independent) research behind the Good Clean Love products: https://goodcleanlove.com/pages/science Good Clean Love on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodcleanlove/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makeloveorganic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/goodcleanlove Suggested Resources from Wendy: Suggested online resource: Insight Time Calm App Books: The Book and Nature, Man and Woman by Allan Watts 21 Lessons for the 21st Century and Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstein About our guest: Wendy Strgar is an award-winning entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love. Wendy started Good Clean Love in 2003 after hearing from many women about, and experiencing for herself, the painful side effects of using petrochemical-based hygiene and intimacy products. Under Wendy’s leadership, Good Clean Love is a champion of sustainable business practices. In 2018, the company launched a carbon offset initiative; its flagship product, Almost Naked personal lubricant, became the first-ever Carbon Neutral intimacy product in the world. Good Clean Love is also one of the only personal care product brands whose products are packaged using bioplastic, a material made from recyclable sugar cane.