Product Review: Jane Goodall Save the Animals Bracelet Kit w/50 Endangered Species Icons (Not for Children Under 3) *Fun*
State How Action Is a Necessary Solution (SHAINS). Say It. Wear It. Mean It.
I admit I don’t own or wear a lot of jewelry but there is something very special about the recycled and recyclable fashion accessories by SHAINS that I love. This is customized fun jewelry for kids (yes, and *ahem* adults!) with an eco-friendly theme and I fell in love with their Save the Animals bracelet kit. The Jane Goodall Save the Animals Bracelet kit is fitting for a company who started their product line as a way to voice statements through accessories and also contributes financially to environmental organizations.
The Jane Goodall Save the Animals Bracelet kit is a bracelet made of recycled Thermoplastic Elastomer with holes to place up to 50 different types of endangered species icon charms that are included. I am not going to list all 50 species in this review, but you can check out the product page from the SHAINS ware website to see the different animal icons in its entirety. The nice thing about this bracelet kit is that the endangered species icons can be used with other SHAINS products, including hair accessories and belts, within the product line. You also choose a custom color for your bracelet from up to 20 colors, including a cool Blue Hawaiian color. Don’t forget that with each purchase of the Save the Animals bracelet kit, Shainsware will contribute 10% of net sales to the Jane Goodall institute. Fantastic!
About Creator Ewa Martinoff: Ewa went from being a (self-proclaimed) ‘corporate drone’ to business owner after a particularly interesting rush hour traffic-epiphany she had while gazing at her laptop computer’s power cord ‘bundler’ she had put on her wrist. Her Los Angeles company made its product debut in November 2007 to very positive press reviews and her woman-owned business has been successful in her expressive eco-friendly fashion line. Check out Ewa’s entire product line here. Bonus – Shainsware gives a percentage of their net profits to environmental organizations!
About the Jane Goodall Institute: The Jane Goodall Institute was founded by the famous primatologist, Jane Goodall, with the goal of international environmental and wildlife conservation and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Ewa is especially interested in helping support the Roots and Shoots youth program supported by the Institute. Check out the website for the Jane Goodall Institute here.
List Price: $12.00