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Plaine Products is one family’s answer to the earth’s single-use plastic crisis. Offering a line of toxin-free personal care products on a per-item or subscription basis, Plaine Products come in aluminum bottles that can be sent back and refilled time after time. The first of its kind and founded in 2017, Plaine Products has started a trend in personal care products that is quickly catching on, offering an alternative to single-use containers. Based in Cincinnati, OH, all of the products are vegan, non-GMO, cruelty-free, biodegradable, color-safe and free of parabens, sulfates and toxins; they’re good for the body and the planet. Plaine Products is proud to be reducing waste and helping stop the spread of single-use plastics. Read more on About Us, FAQs, or contact us at





COO & Owner

Alison Webster has a Bachelor’s of Design from the University of Florida’s College of Architecture. She worked as an interior designer for Archiventure Group in Colorado before going out on her own as a free-lance consultant. She and her husband also own Pecktool, which imports and distributes German woodworking tools. Together with her sister, she co-founded Plaine Products in 2017. Alison volunteers with the Association of Volunteers, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Lion’s Share Community Service program and her children’s schools.


CEO & Owner

Lindsey McCoy has a master’s degree in Public Affairs, with an emphasis in Nonprofit management from the School of Public & Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Her Bachelor’s degree is from Sewanee, the University of the South. She worked in the nonprofit sector for 20 years, most notably at The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County and was the founding Director of Boulder County’s Social Venture Partners.  From 2005-2015 she worked on environmental education in The Bahamas, islands full of single-use plastic. She and her sister co-founded Plaine Products in 2017. Lindsey is on the board at the Friend’s School of Wilmington and the Plastic Ocean Project.