Learn about the latest trends in natural beauty, eco-friendly fashion and organic make-up.
Morieka Johnson knows you can be green and beautiful, and it doesn't have to break the bank, either.
Procter & Gamble is reformulating some Herbal Essences shampoos to reduce the amount of 1,4-dioxane in the products.
Something green? More couples are adding environmentally sound options to their wedding plans.
Writer Annemarie Conte shares tips on how to make your wedding day more environmentally friendly.
Before it touched your skin, your T-shirt already had a history.
Want more eco-friendly textiles? Make more eco-friendly factories.
Audit your closet before calling relatives for emergency hand-me-downs and then head to Salvation Army stores in upscale neighborhoods. Oh, and don't forget consignment and vintage stores.
Jewelry can come with a tainted past, but better options abound.
Neither option is good for the environment (or your karma), but there are other solutions such as bucking the trend entirely or buying vintage.
Video: Find out if organic hair dye works as well as conventional hair dye with Jolene Eyre.
The nutria, an invasive species of water rat wreaking havoc with Louisiana's ecosystem, is a relatively eco-friendly source of fur.
New research shows early Egyptian makeup had antibacterial properties.
The vote is open for Barbie’s next career: Will she be an environmentalist, surgeon, computer engineer, news anchor or architect?
A new line of all-natural body care products aims to make green and healthy beauty accessible to more consumers.
Chanie Kirschner has some ideas on what to do with those old, stained T-shirts your husband has stuffed in the back of the drawer.
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