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Fig + Yarrow's products (starting at $8) are made from all-natural and mostly organic ingredients, and the packaging is eco-friendly too. Meet all your beauty and skin care needs with items ranging from Cardamom+Coffee Body Scrub to Herbal Pore Steams to Rose+Vanilla Tinted Lip Blush.
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EcoTools produces eco-friendly beauty tools (from $3) that are high in quality and low in environmental impact. The makeup brushes are cruelty-free and made from recycled aluminum and renewable bamboo. They're even packaged in reusable cosmetics cases printed on 100% tree-free paper made from bamboo and cotton fiber.
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Reformation's on-trend, high-quality clothing (from $28) is produced with minimal environmental impact. The company promotes sustainability in its factories, stores and shipping practices with heat-reflecting roofs and the use of renewable energy, recycled hangers and 100% recycled packaging. But that's not all. To combat the 68 pounds of clothing per person, per year thrown away in the U.S., Reformation has created an incredibly easy recycling program. Learn how you can recycle your clothes by clicking here.
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Woodzee creates wooden sunglasses (from $53) out of natural and renewable resources and recycled materials like old skateboards and whiskey barrels. They also have a great recycling program: Send back your old Woodzee sunglasses and they'll recycle the pieces, plus you'll get 40% off your next order. And for every new pair of glasses you buy, the company will plant a tree.
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bkr uses minimalist design, fashionable colors and eco-friendly materials and practices to produce the ideal reusable glass bottle (from $28). It come in three sizes, with a colored silicone sleeve to add grip and personality. That distinctive sleeve is non-toxic, protects the glass, insulates your beverage and, most important, is 100% recyclable. Plus, when you buy a bkr, a portion of the proceeds goes to support various global and domestic philanthropic organizations.
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Boll & Branch employs a simple yet positive three-part business model: the use of all-natural, 100% organic cotton, a fair-trade supply chain and factory-direct pricing for their luxury products. In addition to "remaining rooted in fairness from farmer to factory worker," the company donates a portion of every purchase to Not For Sale, an organization that fights human trafficking. A new Boll & Branch towel collection ($12 to $45) launches this Earth Day.