Learn about the latest trends in natural beauty, eco-friendly fashion and organic make-up.
Williams-Sonoma has a great line of green kitchen products.
Fashion Conscience scouts all over the world for green designers and vets their designs for trendy treehuggers.
Simple's Eco-sneaks are made from hemp, recycled bike tires, recycled car tires, recycled plastic bottles and certified organic cotton.
Premium Body Care Line is free of unwanted add-ins like waxy parabens, polyethylene glycols, and irritating sodium lauryl and laureth sulfates.
Amy Sacks' fantastically durable, eco-eyewear collection features luxe eyeglasses, reading glasses, and sunglasses.
The jewelry line is fashioned from recycled rubber bands and inner tubes.
The impetus behind the store’s development was simple necessity: Three new mothers had trouble finding nontoxic and earth-friendly products for their children.
Vegan style maven Gina Ferraraccio's handmade collection of high-fashion shoes is visually stunning and carbon neutral.
Designer Marcia Maizel-Clarke's cult brand is famous for its gold and silver charm necklaces with peacenik names like karma and shine.
With tinted moisturizers, blushes, and finishing mattes, Organic Wear features surprisingly sophisticated products that are also recyclable.
Bryan Meehan's line is made of ethical, organic cosmetics and is free of the harsh stuff and full of natural botanicals.
The funky Faucet Necklace features a single droplet of glass falling from a detailed faucet of environmentally sound, reclaimed sterling silver.
SmartWool's line of Merino wool socks are itch-free and repel water.
Protect your socks from their all too common sock fate.
The Australian company that makes cleansers, moisturizers and facial serums abstains from things like parabens, sulphates, artificial colorings and dioxins.
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