Exchange plastic bags for reusable ones, carts or baskets.
Do not use plastic cups, plates and cutlery when you are away from home.
Buy your food in bulk and avoid excess packaging, such as trays.
Change the plastic caps by stainless steel or glass.
Avoid the use of cosmetics that have plastic microspheres in their composition.
Drink tap water, not bottled water.
Choose containers for your drinks and liquids that are returnable, such as glass, instead of brick and plastic bottles.
Reduce your baby’s exposure to plastic, not using plastic bottles.
Look for wooden, cloth, or latex and natural rubber toys.
Say no to disposable razors.
Try to get hygiene and personal care products that are not packed in plastics and that do not contain microplastics in their composition.
Avoid cleaning products packed in plastic.
Refill metal lighters.
If it is impossible, then reduce your plastic consumption further.