About us

Canada's sassy, safe & sustainable lifestyle brand!

Our Story

Hello friends! For those of you who are recently discovering Green's Your Colour, I would like you to know we are proudly Canadian! Yay! I mean eh!!  For those of you who haven't already met me my name is Sandy Costa and I founded Green's Your Colour in 2011.

Growing up, at the age of 12 I became a strict vegetarian, which I still am to this day. My choice to become a vegetarian came from my love for animals. I've been living and promoting a green lifestyle ever since I could remember, so the decision to open an eco shop in 2008 was a no-brainer.

I quickly realized I wanted to design, manufacture and set the standards for my own line of products, which began with GYC bottles! I wanted to offer products that were high quality, safe and I wanted to continue to promote sustainability. Establishing Green's Your Colour has taught me endless skills, knowledge and it has forced me to build resilience I never thought I had. It's allowed me to see the world in a whole new perspective.

I stand proudly behind Green's Your Colour and the products we offer. I'm honored that our loyal consumer base love what we do. I'm heavily involved in inspection, quality control and safety testing to ensure my consumers receive products that are safe and healthy!  

 Thank you friends for supporting and loving Green's Your Colour just as much as I do!

As Featured

It certainly is great to be recognized and we're proud to have been featured in some of the following media outlets and publications.

Proudly Canadian

Based in Burlington, Ontario, we experience the same harsh climates seen throughout the country.  With that in mind our products are constructed to perform year round, regardless of the climate!

Interesting Facts

Our brand is fun, stylish and very green.  We're not only helping you keep cash in your pocket, but we're doing our best to help preserve our planet.  Here are some quick facts.


Different Animal Species

Have been documented to ingest plastics containing BPA.  Many of which are permanently injured or die as a result of the poison.

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More Energy is Required

The Pacific institute suggests the production of bottled water takes 2000 times the energy required to produce tap water.