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Ecowear by Future Oxygen


Fun eco fashion to express your passion.  Our braided hemp bracelets are nine inches long with a designed bead.  Each bead is filled with a white pine tree seed. 
The simple loop knot design makes the bracelets easy to wear and adjust the size to fit your wrist.  They are also easy to plant.  We have many designs from smiley faces to butterflies to ribbons.

They  also have a new program called the Smile Exchange.  For every piece of jewelry sold on our website, Future Oxygen will donate a bracelet to a child in need through Ele's Place or Operation Military Kids. The idea is to help bring a smile to a child's face as they are grieving over the loss of a loved one, fighting an illness, or missing a parent deployed overseas. 

My Opinion:
I received a package in the mail with a bracelet and necklace.
I decided to keep the bracelet, with the smiley face, and plant the bracelet. So I followed the easy-to-use instructions and wet my necklace overnight.
Now since it was only today that it got planted, in an indoor pot for now, there is not much else to show or talk about. I have no idea if the wildflowers will take root, it hasn't been enough time, but I am hopeful to see sprouts soon.
I did wear the necklace before planting too. Just to get a feel of how it hangs and looks.
Cute, right?
The hoop clasp is easy-to-use, though I found it hung a little awkwardly. Once it gets some wear it might change a bit, I figure it might be a little stiff being so new. So don't let it deter you from getting one for yourself. Just wear it longer than a day.
So all-in-all I can't say if it really works or not, but I can say I love the idea and hope it does.


3/5


Recommend? Of course, just for the cause it serves!


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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