During this time, it’s important to support brands that are helping keep the earth and environment safe. From skincare to activewear, these brands not only offer eco-friendly products, but they hope to inspire others to do the same.
Here are 5 sustainable brands you should have on your radar this Earth Day.
The Tease’s favorite skincare brand, Versed is not only good for your skin; it’s good for the environment as well. With lower-waste packaging and a commitment to recycling, Versed always looks for ways to support the planet. They use shipping boxes made out of recyclable materials and biodegradable packing paper to lessen their carbon footprint. They also use sustainable manufacturing processes to reduce CO2 emissions and industrial waste.
Activewear brand, Girlfriend Collective believes “good things come to those who don’t waste.” With sustainability at the top of their priority list, they use recycled water bottles, fabrics and even fishing nets to create their leggings and other activewear. Moreover, the brand uses 100% recyclable packaging and ships items in reusable pouches also made with recycled materials.
Best known for their handmade bath and body products, Lush is constantly working towards making the planet a safer place. From the beginning, the revolutionary brand has taken a “naked” approach to help reduce landfill waste. Additionally, Lush even replaced their traditional gift-wrapping practices with reusable fabric wraps that double as a fun accessory!
Another company recycling plastic water bottles is shoe and bag brand, Rothy’s. Rothy’s prides itself on the fact that every item is manufactured with 100% recycled materials. This includes marine plastic that comes from high risk beaches and their signature thread that’s spun from water bottles. They also use recycled packaging, which is vegan and biodegradable.
For haircare brand Davines, sustainability has always been about protecting their employees and customers along with the environment. They don’t allow single-use plastics at their operation facilities, and their packaging includes the smallest amount of food-grade plastic possible. Not to mention, their natural, biodegradable ingredients are sustainably sourced from Italian Slow Food Presidia farms.
What brands are you supporting this Earth Day? Let us know in the comments!