The brand "Bare Necessities," as the name suggests, promotes a zero-waste lifestyle in which they have nothing left over. They solve waste management flaws in manufacturing, distribution, and consumption by delivering long-term and innovative solutions that are both people-centric and earth-centric.
Their mission is to "create an environmental and social impact by offering zero waste solutions to local communities and changing people's perspectives on sustainability in India and beyond."
How did it start?
Sahar Mansoor, who describes herself as an accidental entrepreneur, was once overwhelmed by India's waste management crisis. The sight of trash piles and local trash pickers in garbage-filled streets caught her interest, eventually leading to the creation of a zero-waste business.
Bare Necessities provide justice to environmental, social, and health challenges created by poor waste management.
"In response to this problem, I wanted to create a company that mirrored the values of zero waste, ethical consumption, and sustainability. In addition, I wanted to make it easy for other people looking to consume more mindfully and encourage others to produce less waste," says Sahar.
Bare necessities products
They have zero-waste, recyclable products ranging from self-care and household accessories like shampoos, soaps, spoons, and toothbrushes to stationery like books and pencils.
'Bare Necessities' aims to eliminate waste by providing sustainable and environmentally friendly everyday necessities.
The products are manufactured with organic, locally sourced, and fair trade ingredients.
Their complete product line is cruelty-free, non-toxic, and non-GMO.
The manufacturing recipes are simple and natural. Because the items are freshly created and contain no chemical preservatives, they are limited in quantity to avoid waste. The majority of the products contain coconut oil, which is believed to be one of our country's magical natural ingredients.
Bare learning is the education curriculum provided by Bare Necessities, which is regarded as the future sustainability school. It is an initiative to educate people on living a sustainable, zero-waste lifestyle. Bare learning incorporates online courses, books, gaming training programs, and business engagements.
Bare Necessities has had a positive impact on the environment and people's attitudes toward waste management through zero-waste goods, sustainability consulting services, and education programs.
Bare Necessities has come a long way from a little spark of concern to a well-known business. Through their products and 126 workshops, they have influenced the lives of about 223916 people. They have 49 collaborators who operate side by side with them. The most important thing is that they have diverted over 172542 kilograms of garbage.