Links & discount codes

for my favourite sustainable brands

disclaimer: some of these links are affiliate links, meaning I get a small commission if you purchase products using them or the codes provided.

OnsightCare Eco Friendly Travel Essentials

OnsightCare is an amazing Canadian business that makes liquid-free travel products for less mess! Check out all their sustainable products.
Use the code PLASTICFREECATHY15 at checkout for 15% off!

Berkey Water Filter from Conscious Water!

My Berkey has become a vanlife staple! Berkey systems remove viruses, bacteria, parasites, and chemicals in water. I’d recommend them to anyone - whether traveling or in a house.

Life UNpacked Zero Waste Store

Life UNpacked is a Canadian company who’s goal is to reduce waste. It’s the ultimate zero waste online store!

Use code PLASTICFREECATHY10 at checkout for 10% off!

Pela Compostable Phone Cases & Accessories

Pela is a Canadian company who makes 100% compostable phone cases and accessories! I have been using their cases for YEARS and they’re incredibly durable and look amazing.

Pomp & Sass Turkish Towels

Pomp & Sass is a Canadian company who makes sustainably-sourced and ethically-produced woven Turkish towels! They’re super soft, surprisingly compact, and gorgeous!

Use the code PLASTICFREECATH10 at checkout to get 10% off your order!

Knixwear Wireless Bras & Leakproof Underwear

Knix is a female-founded Canadian brand! They ethically and sustainably produce wireless bras (so comfortable for all sizes - I’m a E cup and love them), and leak proof period/postpartum underwear. Their sizes are incredibly inclusive, and so are their models!

Wolven Sustainable Apparel

Wolven makes apparel (I love their leggings!) from post-consumer plastic. They are also carbon-neutral and have inclusive sizes!

Are you a business looking to work with an ethical influencer?

Reach out! I’m always looking for brands to collaborate with that share my values.


Hey! I’m Cathy.

I run @plasticfree.cath on Instagram. I started this page to show that it can be easy and affordable to live a low-waste and sustainable life.

When I started my plastic-free journey in 2018, I was discouraged by the content I saw. It was a lot of people living pretty glamorous lives with expensive “sustainable” products! So, I had to find my own way to go plastic-free while on a university student budget.

Recently, I’ve moved into my converted Ford E-350 for full time vanlife, which has brought its own challenges to my personal sustainability goals.

Follow along for recipes, tips, and vanlife content!