Here are some of the best sustainable beauty articles, videos, and podcasts posted online May 10-16, 2020. Let us know what articles and posts you come across; post in the comments.
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In “Beauty Industry Wrestles With Sustainability During Pandemic,” Glossy reports that some brands are continuing with sustainability efforts. Unfortunately, some brands are putting other priorities ahead of sustainability. Let this be a reminder that our purchasing decisions communicate our priorities and that effectiveness and sustainability are not mutually exclusive.
The Mancunion says it best, “Don’t lose sleep over it; you don’t have to have a zero-waste beauty routine from one day to the other. Just remember these options next time you wish to update your beauty products. Every change truly is a step in the right direction.” Here are the “10 Sustainable Beauty Swaps” they prioritize.
Ready to up your sustainable personal care game? Stylecaster suggests 3 “Sustainable Self Care Products You Can Feel Good About Investing In,” as well as “The Best Beauty Bars for Head-to-Toe Sustainable Cleansing.”
It’s time to make your DIY beauty routine international! iDiva offers “13 Beauty Home Remedies To Try From Around The World.”
If you have been practicing self-isolation for a while now, you might not have noticed that sustainable beauty brand W3ll People is now available in Target. Sustainably Xi bought several W3ll Beauty products so that she could test them and provide an “Honest Review of Sustainable Makeup Brand W3ll People.”
The Ecological gives us a list of her “Springtime Favourites – Best of Green Beauty.”
In her review of Avant’s Damascan Rose Petals Antioxidising & Retexturing Treatment Mask, Boxnip states it is “The Luxe Rose Face Mask You Want In Your Life.”
Videos and Podcasts
The Maison Pur podcast talks “Slow Beauty With Laurel From Laurel Skin.”
In “Refill, Reuse, Rejoice! Featuring Plaine Products CEO, Lindsey McCoy,” The Positively Green Podcast speaks with McCoy about Plaine Products (her sustainable beauty brand), plastic pollution, and her work to fight plastic pollution.
YouTuber Sustainably Vegan shares “100 Sustainable Beauty Tips You Have to Try!” And she manages to do it in less than 18 minutes.
CrueltyFreeVeganBeauty recorded an “At Home Facial for Acne, Refining, and Brightening.”