Use these eco-friendly products to feel good about looking great!
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You can look good and do good by wearing these Blue Tangier Vegan Classics shoes ($54) by TOMS. They're constructed with recycled and sustainable materials, and every time you buy a pair of TOMS they give a pair to a child in need. Did we mention they're also vegan-friendly and contain no animal products? Visit toms.com to find your favorite pair.
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Wear a beautiful hint of color with Origin’s Smileage Plus Liptints ($11), available in six different sea-worthy shades. With 95% organic ingredients, they give you every reason to smile. Visit origins.com.
3 of 9Jean Allsopp
Get on board with a recycled sailcloth tote. Call 888/210-4244 or visit seabags.com.
4 of 9Jean Allsopp
Key chains made from flip-flop scraps will float if they fall overboard. Call 866/664-2488 or visit bittersco.com.
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Prevent sun damage and shield against UVA/UVB rays without getting greasy. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and aloe vera, Bare Escentuals bareMinerals SPF 30 Natural Sunscreen ($28) glides on easily for reliable coverage. And the weightless power formula won’t clog pores like most sunscreens. Visit bareescentuals.com.
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Keep skin looking radiant with In Fiore’s Soleil Fleur Before Sun Treatment ($115). Organically grown ingredients such as green tea and pomegranate extracts help protect antioxidants to prevent and heal skin damage. Visit beautyhabit.com.
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Strengthen your tresses with Frédéric Fekkai’s Au Naturel Gentle Shampoo and Conditioner ($23 each) to protect against sun and sea by cleansing hair with a combination of plant-based surfactants. Bonus: Both come in bottles composed of 40% recycled material and have a fresh ocean-inspired scent. Visit fekkai.com.
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Exfoliate with Jo Wood Organics’ Langa Salt Scrub ($52) before heading out into the sun. Dead sea salt and other natural ingredients gently cleanse and moisturize to provide an even surface for sunscreen and self-tanners. Visit beautyhabit.com.
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You spend time coordinating your purse and shoes -- now consider your grocery bag. JP Monkey makes limited-edition shopping totes ($30) constructed from remnant fabrics, so you won't see everyone with the same bag.