Entrepreneur invents wearable glitter without the microplastics

Glitter lovers can now sparkle with a conscience thanks to a new biodegradable alternative

Wearable glitter has become part of the uniform for stylish festival-goers the world over – but the microplastics in conventional glitter are pollution to our oceans.

Entrepreneur Olivia Moon, from Shropshire, has developed an eco-friendly alternative. Wild Glitter is made from wood pulp and is entirely biodegradable, meaning glitter lovers can sparkle with a conscience.

I wanted to create an ethical, eco-friendly and animal-friendly way to sparkle

“Watching a weekend’s worth of glitter wash down the plughole after a festival, I realised that my glitter use…

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