What are you doing on Earth Day this Sunday? For a few years, Jackie and I went to a nearby park and picked up trash. But if you're too busy or a germophobe, there are other ways you can help the environment that don't require a black garbage bag. Instead, you can save the earth by using eco-friendly beauty products!
Good for your skin and the earth!
Crazy Rumors' Plum Apricot Natural Lip Balm ($3.50)
All natural and vegan, and 50% of the proceeds go to the Leaping Bunny Program,
which promotes cruelty-free household, personal care, and beauty products.
Earth Lovers Watermelon and Eucalytus Shower Gel ($10)
This shower gel is 100% biodegradable and is sulphate, paraben and colorant-free.
Urban Decay's Sustainable Shadow Box ($36)
Made with recycled cardboard and paper in the inside, and sustainable bamboo on the outside.
Lush's Mint Julip Lip Scrub ($9)
Handmade with nautral ingredients and Fair Trade sugar.
Anything from Lush is a good choice.
Cover Girl's Nature Luxe Mascara ($7)
A more natural mascara made with beeswax and tapioca.
Tigi's Love, Peace & the Planet Eco Awesome Conditioner ($18)
It's 80% organic with white tea leaf, algae, olive fruit oil, and chamomile flower extracts.
The container is also 50% post consumer recycled material.
Burt's Bee's Replinishing Body Bar in Cranberry & Pomegranate ($5)
It's 100% natural; no animal testing and 35% post consumer content.
Naked Element's Vegan Mineral Raspberry Blush ($10)
Organic, handmade, and all-natural ingredients.
All products shipped with recycled materials.
Bath & Body Works' C.O. Bigelow Organics Lip Shine ($4)
Made with 92% organic ingredients and natural fruit extracts.
And remember to recycle! Have a great weekend!