If you do just one thing when it comes to your morning routine, consider switching to an all-natural, biodegradable shampoo. The suds we use to get our heads and hair squeaky-clean can end up in waterways, where aquatic wildlife and fish live. The chemicals in shampoos and conditioners, like artificial fragrances, dyes, microbeads and sulfates, can be hormone disrupters, and even cause death. The good news: It's easy now to find 100 percent biodegradable shampoos on the market, and they aren't expensive. One natural brand, JASON, is in most stores and is affordable and effective. Or look for biodegradable shampoo bars that ditch plastic bottles altogether; they create a rich later and are gentle on your hair and the planet.