Use these eco-friendly products to feel good about looking great!
Photo courtesy of TOMS
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.
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.
Get on board with a recycled sailcloth tote. Call 888/210-4244 or visit seabags.com.
Key chains made from flip-flop scraps will float if they fall overboard. Call 866/664-2488 or visit bittersco.com.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Available at myearth360.com