Eco-Friendly Shopping Guide for Beauty and Household Products

With Earth Hour come and gone, it’s time to examine your personal commitment to the earth and climate change.

 

You can look good, and so can your house, without hurting the environment! This shopping guide will give you a brief list of some of the amazing accessories you can buy made from recycled material. This isn’t your traditional thrift store merchandise: It’s classy, it looks good, and it’s eco-friendly! We’ve also scoured the web for green personal care and beauty products.

Use this eco-friendly shopping list as a spring board and introduction to the many companies that offer great products that are kind to the environment around us.

Eco-friendly accessories for your dining table:

Beautiful, bamboo drink coasters; perfect for your summer glasses of cool, refreshing lemonade! Not only is bamboo a replenish-able natural resource (it is actually a grass and grows fast), but these coasts are also made of organic bamboo! A set of four can be had for only $18.99 online at grassrootsstore.com.

Resource Revival’s recycled candle holders are made from old bicycle parts. These are great for any bikers in your family, or for adding a beautiful and classy element to any dinner. A pair of these recycled candle holders can be found at eco-artware.com for only $25.

Green, Organic Personal Care and Beauty Products:

A set of four Tashodi soap bars aren’t just cute and heart-shaped. These body soaps are also fair trade and totally green. It will leave your skin feeling clean and soft while being gentle on you and the environment! I love the smell, and you can enjoy it to for only $3 each when you buy four at tashodi.ca.

Farmaesthetics combines oil of rose with five natural herbs into something they call “Pure Complexion Tonic” which promises to clean and moisturize your skin, all naturally of course! Pick up your bottle of Pure Complexion Tonic at farmaesthetics.com for only $25.

Environmentally Friendly Women’s Jewelry:

Who said looking pretty had to be costly? For less than $150, you can get a beautiful, handmade bracelet from Trisha Laurel made of recycled material. Even better, these one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces aren’t found everywhere. Get first dibs on it and set a earth-lovin’ beauty trend at trishalaureldesigns.com.

Environmentally Friendly Men’s Accessories:

Guys can look sharp and handsome with some recycled cufflinks. Handmade from eco-artware.com, these unique, $40 cufflinks are fashioned from old typewriter keys. Definitely a fashion statement like no other!