Crimson Goods

Climate Positivity

Who They Are

Crimson Goods is not a charity–but a new way of consuming. Their products aren’t just sustainable, but they’re also designed to promote climate positivity. But what is climate positivity you ask? Simply put, climate positive products prevent more carbon dioxide than they create.

Crimson Goods’ founder was sitting on his laptop, charged by a small solar panel, amidst the devastated U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricane Irma, when he knew one thing with absolute certainty: the Earth is pissed off. Seeking to reverse the global climate problem was the only way to move forward, both within his personal life, and through Crimson Goods. Through their partnership with Chooose.today, Crimson Goods offsets carbon dioxide with every product, actively taking away CO2 emission permits from polluting industries.


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Why We Like Them

When the industrial revolution came about, there was an exponential increase in the burning of fossil fuels for heat and power. These processes have resulted in the highest ever recorded amount of CO2 emissions in history (that’s the highest levels in 8 million years!) Crimson Goods recognizes this, and has committed to making a difference with their innovative, sustainable products that don’t just reduce negative impact–they reverse it.

The average American is responsible for 17 tons of CO2 emissions per year. Now, don’t get it twisted–CO2 is totally normal. But there’s nothing normal with how much big industries emit. Crimson Goods is here to do business differently–partnering with Chooose.today to push corporations to reduce their CO2 output by limiting their access to carbon credits, motivating them to change their ways.

By reducing or preventing more CO2 than you produce yourself, you are “net positive”. Crimson Goods applies this principle to all their products by considering the carbon cost of producing and shipping their goods, and offsetting more than that amount for every purchase. Each and every product comes with a carbon offset certificate, which offsets CO2 by taking away industry polluters’ emission permits! From their virgin cold pressed coconut oil, to compostable paper straws, their products offset the equivalent of the emissions from a round trip flight from Denver to Los Angeles.

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    Recyclable
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    Compostable
  • Paraben Free
    Paraben Free
  • Phthalate Free
    Phthalate Free

  • 100% Organic Content
  • Charitable
    Charitable
  • Vegan
    Vegan
  • USDA Certified Organic
    USDA Certified Organic

This product contains recyclable materials. It may be recyclable with curbside recycling collections, but might need to be sent to a special recycling facility. Contact your local waste-hauler or recycling facility for details. Appropriate facilities may not exist in your area.

This product contains material that can break down into soil in either a backyard or industrial composting system. These products are declared compostable by the manufacturer, but may not third-party certified. Contact your local waste-hauler or composting facility to determine where these materials may be accepted. Certain materials may be better fit for industrial facilities than backyard composting systems. Industrial facilities may not exist in your area.

Parabens are synthetic chemical preservatives, commonly used in beauty products like shampoo, lotion, and deodorants. Parabens can accumulate in your body, and have been linked to hormonal disruption and reproductive problems. In studies of breast cancer patients, parabens have been found in the tissue of cancerous tumors–yikes! If you want to avoid Parabens in your beauty products, keep an eye out for methylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, and ethylparaben in the ingredients list.

Phthalates are found in toys, electronics, personal care products, plastic wraps, containers, and more. These petroleum based chemicals help soften plastics, and bind fragrances to perfumes, deodorants, creams, and other personal care products. Phthalates are are not chemically bound, meaning they can easily get released into the air, water, or your body, just by using the products as intended. Phthalates have been found to disrupt the endocrine system, which can cause reproductive damage, hormonal imbalances, infertility, mood changes, metabolism changes, and more.

Organic materials and ingredients are grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers, promoting a healthier use of land and decreasing harmful agricultural runoff. By steering clear of toxic chemicals, farm workers experience less exposure to hazardous conditions, promoting social responsibility as well as environmental stewardship. Choosing organic materials eliminates the use of insecticides and other harmful chemicals, promotes efficient resource use, and results in a safer products and a cleaner planet! This product contains 100% organic content.

This company donates a portion of their time or profits to charitable efforts in their community or abroad.

This product does not contain any animal products or byproducts, and has not been tested on animals.

Products labeled as USDA certified organic contain ingredients that are produced without pesticides, petrochemicals, ionizing radiation, or synthetic preservetives. USDA certified products are categorized into three classifications. Items labeled as “100% Organic” with the USDA seal must only include organic ingredients. Items labeled as “Organic” with the USDA seal must contain at least 95% organically produced ingredients, and cannot contain any of the USDA excluded methods or ingredients. Products labeled as “Made with Organic Ingredients” must contain at least 70% organic ingredients.

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