Low Waste Living in the Kawarthas

At Unwrapped clean living takes
center stage.

We're passionate about providing products that not only enhance
your well-being but also prioritize the health of our planet. From natural
skincare essentials to toxin-free cleaning solutions, every item on our shelves
is thoughtfully curated to support a lifestyle of purity and sustainability.

At our refillery, clean living isn't just a trend—it's a
commitment to nurturing both yourself and the world around you. Located
in the heart of cottage country, our refill bar and clean-living
product offerings cater to a diverse set of needs with lake-safe and environmentally
consciousness top of mind.

Drawing inspiration from the zero-waste movement,
we have found joy in empowering our Kawartha community—Lindsay, Fenelon Falls,
Bobcaygeon, Lakefield, to name a few—in shifting away from single-use plastics
and opting for lower environmental-impact products.

What are People saying about unwrapped?

  • ★★★★★
    “There isn’t a product I don’t love and I also appreciate that they are open to researching new products to bring into the shop.”
  • ★★★★★
    "My top favourite products are the pet soap, the shave bar, the dish soap block and the INCREDIBLE make up eraser that took my wedding make up off with only two wipes!"
  • Shannon
  • MJ

Visit Our Store

112 Kent St W

Lindsay ON K9V 2Y4

Interested in Clean-Living? We'd Love to Connect!


Monday - Friday 10 - 5

Saturday 9 - 4

Sunday 10 - 4



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