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The sustainable beauty landscape is packed full of designers and brands making changes to adopt the newest sustainable make-up practices. We couldn’t be more excited to see all this change and shift happening in the beauty space.
Take a look at the beauty brands we assessed and see how they are doing in terms of Giving Back and Sustainability.
LOOK for products made in recycled or reusable containers.
TRY at home recipes for common skincare products and STORE them in glass jars.
FIND local beauty stores that have a recycling program.
SWITCH to vegan cosmetics.
SWITCH out everyday products for more sustainable options such as:
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Sustainable, organic, all natural…we’ve all heard the terms, seen the marketing and read the labels but what does sustainable beauty and bath actually mean? First off, take a look at the products in your bathroom. Whether it’s the shampoo bottle sitting in your shower, the floss in your mirror cabinet or the lipstick in your cosmetic bag, the impact these products have on our planet can be detrimental.
Sustainable beauty and bath goods are products with ingredients sourced from organic farms, made of vegan materials, not tested on animals, made in recycled packaging, produced in energy efficient ways, made with responsible waste management practices and most importantly, won’t harm the oceans once they’re washed off of our bodies and down the drain.
You may not find a beauty brand that offers ALL of these things but if they are making a considerable effort to at least hit a few of those bullet points then we want to celebrate that.
Giveback beauty means a few different things, but for starters, it could be any product purchased that donate a product to those in need. There are a ton of amazing companies who know that access to basic sanitary products isn’t a guarantee for many. Look for brands with a clear practice of giving back to the community, such as providing jobs, promoting education, or building schools.
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