“Waterless beauty is not a trend or fad, but will increasingly take the guise of an everyday necessity. With water reserves running low, consumers are making incremental lifestyle changes that posit planet positivity. Going waterless will mean swapping convenience for conservation — and that’s a good thing.” – Shanu Walpita This post contains affiliate links. […]
The Sustainable Beauty Brands List is getting a makeover! Starting with sustainable hair care, this updated list makes it easier for you to find brands that share your ethical and environmental values. Specifically, the new list provides more information on how brands approach Beauty and the Planet’s sustainability priorities: packaging, ingredients, carbon footprint, and ethics. […]
The Sustainable Beauty Roundup is now monthly! With my daughter back in (virtual) school, I don’t have the time to do a roundup each week. This also led me to rethink the roundup. My original intent was to engage with the green and ethical beauty community. In doing the roundups, I discovered the best engagement […]
Learn how to develop a sustainable beauty routine in 5 steps. Ethical, eco-friendly, cruelty-free. All are worthy goals. But it can be hard to know how these ideals fit with our own beauty and wellness goals. All the choices make it even harder: natural, organic, clean. How do you even start? Of course, there probably […]
A Review of Tata Harper Crème Riche Velvet Moisturizer Cream, Including a Discussion on Sustainability A lot was happening in May. Well, really COVID was the only thing happening in May, but it felt like a lot. Which might explain why I bought myself a $195.00 moisturizer. Afterall, I had just started a sustainable beauty […]
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