We’re sure that if we gave you an option to help the environment while taking care of yourself at the same time that you would jump at the chance, which is why we’ve rounded up a bunch of brands that could cater to your conscious consuming needs. Happy Earth Day…
Not only are Lush’s products safe for human use, none of their ingredients are ever tested on animals and are all free from Parabens. Pushing towards ethical products and practices, all of their ingredients are made with safe synthetics, organic fruits, vegetables and essential oils. With their packaging also being free products, this eco-friendly company has a positive impact on the environment.
All Burt’s Bees products work without harsh chemicals and while half of their line is made from 100 per cent natural formulas the other half is 99 per cent natural with all of their packaging being ‘Post-Consumer Recycled’. The Earth-friendly company is also committed to preserving animal and human rights with free-trade and fair working conditions.
L’Occitane has several eco-friendly products under its belt. Their Certified Organic Pure Shea Butter is a multi-purpose beauty balm containing 100 per cent natural certified organic Shea Butter and produced in a fair-trade agreement with operatives of women in West Africa.
Green Bar is a small company based in Bahrain and founded by Reem Al Khalifa in 2006. With a modern take on old-age Middle Eastern beauty rituals Reem personally works to source the natural ingredients directly from historical areas in which they grow, directly from the specialized natives who grow them.
Headquartered in Dubai, Herbline Essentials is a natural cosmetics company centered around ayurvedic medicine. All of their products are made form 100 per cent natural ingredients sourced in the Himalayas and are paraben, paraffin and animal cruelty free and use recycled and biodegradable materials.