December 5, 2007

Green Christmas list...

I've decided to search the world (wide web) and list down the top 10, in no particular order, the most innovative or eye-ball rolling, snort-inducing green products that I could find. I'm the lone judge for now but any suggestions for next month's segment will be greatly appreciated. I'll also look for Simon Cowell's doppelganger to help me judge.

1. Green underwear

Just in time for the holidays, GreenYarn of Boston, MA, now offers its antibacterial Eco-fabric Underwear made from the company's Eco-fabric technology that features nano-sized bamboo charcoal particles embedded into the textiles (and are unwashable - the particles not the underwear). The particles help fight bacteria and deodorize and even help absorb and emit Far Infrared energy - a low energy form of light that help stimulate healthy metabolism and blood circulation, the company said.

In the US, they can be bought (for $20) only at Greenyarn's website although they said that they're in talks with retailers. Now about that infrared thing...

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