Learn about the latest trends in natural beauty, eco-friendly fashion and organic make-up.
Sea salt is a traditional cleansing ingredient that’s trendy again.
A mineral-based bronzer may be safer, since conventional ones can be loaded with synthetic chemicals linked to cancer or hormone disruption.
A mod makeover turns a boring jacket into an inexpensive look equally suited to the urban safari and vests-are-everywhere du jour.
Bright dyes paired with organic or recycled fabrics let you wear nature's brightest hues.
Morph those kitten heels you love but never wear into fabulous flats, and you'll be able to walk instead of driving or hailing a (carbon-belching) taxi.
Miss USA hopeful Amal Bennett-Judge is not all about the runway. She's working to make green the new black.
Video: Check out these green tips from Jesse G. James and Josie Maran.
While the days of excess seem to be over, a party in New York last week showed that it’s always in vogue (and on budget) to be green.
MNN reports from an unconventional convention.
You wouldn't put unnecessary chemicals in your food, so why put them on your skin? Here's the 411 on organic makeup and where to get some.
No leather needed to hold your pants up.
Bamboo underwear can be greener than cotton and synthetics, but it has its dark sides, too.
Eco-fashion is proving a useful economic tool for Japan's textile manufacturers.
Produced sweatshop-free, Blake Hamster's eight new men’s and women's shirts are made from organic cotton and a seaweed-derived material called Seacell.
Dr. Jurgen Klein turned age-old techniques like homeopathy, aromatherapy and alchemy into a line of holistic, plant-based skin care products.
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