Take our quick quiz and we'll find the perfect products for you!

The 'Good, Clean, Fun' Blog

Ever wondered about how long your deodorant packaging hangs around after you've moved on? With only 5% of global plastics getting recycled, most roll-ons, sticks and cans are here to stay way past their pit duty. But hey, not all heroes wear capes -  some come in cardboard tubes! Here’s 5 reasons why our biodegradable cardboard tube deodorants are the superheroes of the armpit world and the best-smelling way to help reduce waste. 

  • 2 min read
How much do you know about recycling? From where we’re sitting in Newcastle NSW, we see a lot of shortfalls in our recycling systems, and we wanted to take a moment this Earth Month to share a few tips and tidbits about recycling. Generally speaking, the recycling systems in Australia leave a lot to be desired.
  • 4 min read

Here’s a real mind blower: did you know that recycling just ONE aluminium tube saves enough energy to power a TV for 3 hours? This is because producing recycled aluminium consumes only 5% of the energy used to make new aluminium. In fact, aluminium is one of the most recyclable materials out there. It can be recycled infinitely without degrading its quality. 

  • 2 min read
Here at Woohoo, we treat every day like it's Earth Day. We're passionate about creating fabulously effective products that make you feel amazing, without compromising our precious planet. And we’ve been busy bees on our eco-friendly mission! 🐝Today we’re spilling the beans on our planet-saving initiatives.
When it comes to formulating our deodorant & skin products there are lot of things to take into account, but our #1 priority is product safety. Sure, it's great to use natural ingredients. And it's even better if the products get you sensational results. But none of that matters if the product isn't good for you.

Way back in 2015 when Woohoo Body first started, our very first deodorant was a deodorant paste While there are loads of folks who love our pastes, some people prefer an application where you don’t have to get deodorant on your fingers or touch your armpits. Enter our deodorant sticks!!

Reading product labels should be easy, right? So why does it sometimes feel like labels are written in an entirely different language? If you find yourself staring at product labels wondering how in the world you’re supposed to understand them without a science degree, you’re not alone!

Now that’s a really good question. These are words that are thrown around all the time, but what exactly do they mean? Aren’t they all pretty much the same thing?

Nope! In fact, they’re quite different. But they’re all related, as they all help us understand what can be done with a piece of packaging when you’re finished with it.

  • 5 min read

Sadly, like most other industries, the personal care market has a pretty significant negative impact on the environment. This is primarily because the bulk of products come in single use, hard-to-recycle plastic. However some brands are saying “budge over plastic, we’re opting for bamboo.” Others are swapping out certain materials (like single-use plastic) and nasty ingredients (petrochemicals and palm oil, for example) for more sustainable alternatives. Here are a few sustainable swaps we are totally all for this Plastic Free July (and beyond).

  • 4 min read

Yesterday was World Environment Day, so today we're going to get a bit green on you and tell you about something cool we did this week... We officially became Plastic Neutral!

If you’re wondering why everyone has been carrying on about plastic lately, we’re here to let you in on the secret. It’s because it’s Plastic Free July - the perfect time to do a little check and see if there are any ways you could reduce the amount of single use plastic in your life.
  • 2 min read
The cosmetics industry is far from perfect, and (according to us), packaging is its biggest shortcoming. The unfortunate truth though is that there’s no perfect cosmetic packaging out there for skincare products like ours, and regardless of the packaging we use we’re always going to have an impact on the Earth. It’s just up to us to minimise that impact.