The clean beauty industry in the U.S. has exploded over the past several years. But few companies are committing to the level of organic certification found at Vermont-based Ogee in its luxury skincare line.
Topic: Fashion + Beauty
We’re making the most of this time to get back to basics and do what we know: how to make the best of a tough situation. Here are a few ways to keep yourself looking good from home.
Buying all-new all the time has major environmental consequences. Introducing no-new-anything spring with our sustainable fashion tips and favorite ethical brands. Hint: There’s even a website you can count on to find brands you can trust.
Trusting skincare and makeup brands can get a little messy but we have got you covered. From simple ingredients to sustainable practices, here are our favorite beauty brands.
Most of us know that dry cleaning isn’t great for the environment, but it’s also pretty terrible for our own health as well. But if your clothes or bedding is labeled as ‘Dry Clean Only’, what are the remaining options?
You wash your body with a bar, why not your hair? Shampoo bars get your hair clean and smelling great, and completely eliminate a plastic waste stream. AND, they’re for all hair types. Read on, we’re sharing our favorites!
You buy organic produce, but what about organic cotton? For a lot of people, it might feel over the top. But, as it turns out, your body absorbs a lot that it comes into contact with, so let’s examine the impact of not buying organic.
Most organic clothing lines are missing a decent winter jacket, and for good reason. One brand has been at the forefront of that change, with an eco-friendly outerwear line that’s snow-ready, consciously designed, and totally transparent about what they want to do next.
Gone are the days of driving to your local picked-over thrift store or consignment shop where you might be lucky to find one piece from several seasons ago, now, consumers simply open an app and search for the piece they’re looking for—and they’re likely to find it.
Like a lot of things in our modern lives, renting your clothing is much more complicated than simply purchasing a subscription and instantly gaining access to the season’s most stand-out styles and key trends.