The BodyWash Bar in Blood Orange + Bergamot smells as divine as it feels. By HumanKind’s (a carbon neutral company) system is completely free of single-use plastic, using exclusively sustainable packaging and reusable containers. This bar is ethically made with only natural ingredients and minerals. Apparently, it’s so natural you can eat it (though I can’t say I’ve tried yet).
Seed to Skin
I have sensitive skin so am always on the lookout for soothing products made from natural ingredients. This mask, however, takes it to the next level. Made using sustainably-sourced organic and wild ingredients from their own Tuscan farm (do I even need to keep going?), Seed to Skin ensures their supply chain is traceable, transparent, and local. All of this goodness is then packed up in eco-conscious packaging.
Tata Harper’s Cream Blush is a go-to in our makeup bag. What’s even better than the no-makeup makeup effect of their blush, is that in Vermont, Tata Harper owns their own farm and a lab comprised of EXCLUSIVELY female scientists, so everything is local and traceable. Their packaging is comprised of glass, post-consumer materials, soy-based ink, recycled paperboard, and has the Sustainable Forestry Initiative’s stamp of approval.
We all know daily spf is a must, but how to pick the right one? Personally, I know I need a formula that’s light and fragrance-free, but this one is also made using clean, consciously harvested ingredients and packaged using recycled plastics.