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Découvrez les nouvelles recharges écoresponsables de Bleu Lavande
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Discover Bleu Lavande's New Eco-Friendly Refills

Bleu Lavande launches five new eco-friendly 1L refills, allowing you to reduce plastic waste and save 60% on your favorite products. Discover these new additions for a more sustainable and economic...
Bleu Lavande : Engagée dans la réduction du plastique
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Bleu Lavande: Committed to Reducing Plastic

Bleu Lavande is committed to reducing its plastic footprint by offering innovative refill formats, having already saved over 1.6 million bottles since their launch, showcasing our determination to ...
Bleu Lavande : Engagée pour la planète
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Bleu Lavande: Committed to the Planet

At Bleu Lavande, we are firmly committed to environmental protection and biodiversity. This deep conviction translates into a series of concrete actions aimed at preserving our fragile ecosystem an...
Le Mois de la Terre, une occasion de reconnecter avec la nature
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Earth Month, an opportunity to reconnect with nature

Spring has arrived, bringing with it the opportunity to celebrate the beauty of our planet and to take measures to protect it. At Bleu Lavande, we are proud to promote biodiversity conservation by ...
Notre engagement en développement durable
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Our sustainable development pledge

When you choose Bleu Lavande, you choose a company committed to protecting our planet by offering you quality and clean lavender products and an agrotourism site that respects ecosystems.
Le défi mai sans tondeuse : à la rescousse des pollinisateurs
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No-Mow May: A Collective Effort for Help Pollinators

Protecting pollinators is important for us at Bleu Lavande and this is why we teamed up with Bee City Canada. Their mission is to raise awareness about protecting bees and other pollinators. They e...