Review: Pure Heat Earthstik Flat Iron

Eco-friendly hair tools can be hard to find. Many companies make a token energy-efficient hair dryer, but few are dedicated enough to build a broad range of products that are designed to be eco-friendly both inside and out. Pure Heat, however, created a line with four hair eco-friendly hair tools, including the Earthstick Flat Iron.

Pros:
  • Gets very hot (up to 400°F)
  • Made of 50% recycled material and 14% recycled components
  • Recyclable cardboard packaging printed with water-soluble inks
  • Lower EMF (electromagnetic field) levels than most hair tools
  • Swivel cord
  • Curved design for easy straightening or curling
Cons:
  • May be hard to find locally
Summary:
I found the Earthstik Flat Iron to perform as well as many expensive, professional-level straighteners that I have used in the past.  It has been designed with care, from the swivel cord to the curved design for easy straightening, flipping, and curling.  I love how it contains recycled materials and components and is safer due to dramatically reduced EMF (electromagnetic field) levels.  If you're in the market for a flat iron, I highly recommend the Earthstik.  Not only is it gentler on the environment, but it also provides professional-level performance for an affordable price.

Available on Amazon.com and through other retailers.

Product Ratings (out of 5)

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*Please note: The cruelty-free, vegan, and gluten-free badges are not applicable for hair tools.*
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