SUSTAINABILITY

At Love Not War we are committed to being good to you, your body and the earth. 

Having spent decades in the industry and witnessing first-hand how wasteful the sex toy world can be, we knew both you and the earth deserved better.

Design

Our toys come with a battery base that is interchangeable with all our detachable heads, meaning you need only 1 battery unit for all our separate heads, creating multiple products. This design also makes our products easier to repair and recycle.

We just been shortlisted too for a Green Product Award. A testament to our commitment to sustainable sex toys.

 

Materials

Our products are designed using as few materials as possible. We use only FDA grade-silicone and recycle and reuse leftover materials. We use recycled Aluminium and limit plastic and the small amount we do use is recycled within our factory.

All our packaging is a natural and eco-friendly brown cardboard, which needs less energy and water to make and it carries the FSC logo, showing you won’t be harming the world’s forests when you choose a Love Not War toy. 

Plus we use eco-friendly soy ink for the text on our packaging and eco-friendly glue too. 

 

 

Manufacturing

Our custom-built factory is powered by green energy, mainly from hydroelectric sources. 

We try our best to work with companies that have sustainability at their core.

We continually try to lower our energy and water consumption, waste production and reduce, repurpose and reuse when possible. 

Carbon Zero

Our factory is set up with heating and air conditioning timers. We turn off lights, shut-off  unused equipment and we work regularly with sustainability experts to find new ways to improve.

We haven’t hit the net-zero milestone yet, but that’s one of our aims.

It’s a learning process and we rely on feedback from you and sustainability experts to continually find ways to innovate and improve.

As the saying goes: “We don't need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly”.

If you have any recommendations or ideas on how we can further improve, please get in touch!