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16 Eco-Friendly Beauty Products To Try This Earth Day

Posted by Alexandra C. | Wednesday April 17, 201311 comments

April 22nd is Earth Day and while Mother Nature and I haven't exactly been on the best of terms lately (um, where exactly is spring?), this Earth Day, I'm going to try and call a truce. In fact, I'm even going to celebrate all that is green and earthy in the best way possible - with a huge beauty haul! 

Going green with your beauty is easier now than ever. There are some great brands out there that produce organic or non-toxic products that are good for you and good for the Earth. In purchasing for enviro beauty products, try looking for biodegradable, all natural, food grade ingredients. And steer clear of parabens, sulfates and silicones. We rounded up 16 of some of our favourite eco friendly beauty buys for your Earth Day:

1. Lush Caca Marron Mama Henna Hair Dye (C25.95): A great, environmentally friendly alternative to traditional hair dyes, 100% natural and it's conditioning while adding red tones and shine

2. Ilia Lipstick in Blossom Lady (C$24.00): 85% organic ingredients and a gorgeous soft, muted pink 

3. Juice Beauty SPF 30 Tinted Mineral Moisturizer (US$29.00)

4. Josie Maran Argan Cleansing Treatment + Cloth (C$58.00)

1. Pai Royal Jasmine & May Chang Replenishing Body Oil (C$56.00)Rich in essential omegas 3 and 6 and vitamins A and E

2. Bite Luminous Creme Lipstick (C$28.00)

3. Crawford Street Skin Care Frankincense and Geranium Face Moisturizer (C$30.00)

4. Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Hair Care and Styling Line (C$5.29-7.99): Shampoo is 94% biodegradable and the conditioner is 92% biodegradable

1. Giovanni Smooth as Silk Xtreme Protein Hair Infusion (C$8.95)

2. Green Beaver Certified Organic SPF 15 Daily Face Cream (C$21.99)

3. Consonant 100% Natural Matte Finish Sunscreen SPF15 (C$36.00): I love that this is a matte, smooth and clean finish instead of the regular greasy or chalky one

4. Soapwalla Deodorant Cream (C$14.00): Clay absorbs moisture while tea tree oil fights bacteria 

1. Soapwalla Restorative Face Serum (C$48.00): This serum contains a few different misturzing oils including carrot seed essential oil, rosehip seed oil and evening primrose oil

2. Priti NYC Polish (C$12.50, each)

3. Tata Harper Refreshing Cleanser (C$80.00)

4. Scotch Naturals Water Colors Polish (C$14.99): These polishes are gluten free, vegan, toxin free, paraben free and biodegradable 

Do you look for natural or eco products when shopping for beauty? What are some of your favourites?  
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on April 26, 2014  montie  265 said:

I would love to try these products, especially the Scotch nail polish.

on April 22, 2013  smiley_gen  9,832 said:

I'd like to try out a few of them... I've been trying to find a good face cream for a while. I'm loving the the Scotch Naturals Water Colors Polish - Nice purple!

on April 21, 2013  shanaz  5,961 said:

I love Burts Bees and Bite Beauty!

on April 21, 2013  justjenne  1,755 said:

Most of these products are too expensive...

on April 17, 2013  flower  4,433 said:

Burts Bees

on April 17, 2013  Bren  25,851 said:

I really like Green Beaver products...I buy lots of natural/eco products there are many good ones out there that are amazing!

I love the color of that Scotch nail polish!

Some of my new finds that I like are Pacifica products and Andalou products...

on April 17, 2013  midnightsun2288  6,053 said:

I use some of the Garnier pure clean products. I prefer eco-friendly products, but I don't always get them because of price. I would love to try the Scotch nail polish.

on April 17, 2013  lovelydays  3,649 said:

This is a wonderful article. I try my hardest to buy from companies that are environmentally responsible... but it's sometimes hard! Some of the eco-friendly products are so expensive. But whenever I find an affordable product that's good for the environment, I almost always buy it!

on April 17, 2013  takoda  28,648 said:

No not really, but only because I don't know enough about these type's of eco products and I haven't seen many of them in the store's I shop at. There was a point in time not all that long ago when we had no choice at all, so it's nice to see that more of these type's of products are being made available to all of us. I just need to look a little harder for them and not be such a chicken to try them out.

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