You all know how I am a fan of environmental friendly decisions and structures. Anything to preserve our environment works for me. I am not a beauty blogger but hey when I see my favorite things I would definitely talk about them. Besides who doesn’t love a beauty product that would create as much impact on the environment as it would their skin? I think we all should tilt towards this direction, we should always check for products that are not harmful to our skin and the environment.


P.S. These are my lazy days, but I won’t stay down for long….. 

A Reblog Originally Posted by When Women Inspire

Now, Sophia Smith stops by to talk about the best eco-friendly beauty products. With a focus on eco-friendly beauty, this post is educational and can help each of us minimize our environmental footprint.

We all love using our favorite makeup and beauty products, and we know how heartbreaking it is when we find out that a company we’ve loved so much, and whose loyal customer we have been for years, reveals that it uses animal tested products or unsafe ingredients. And if you want to use natural, organic products, it can often mean that you are sacrificing efficiency. So, to help you out and make sure you don’t get into a situation where you fall in love with a brand that isn’t nearly as good for you or the environment as you think it is, here is a list of standup companies that give you great products you’re happy with, all without sacrificing our health. Or the health of the planet. Check out these best eco-friendly beauty products.

Why is using natural products important?

Before we start listing off our top favorites, it’s important to understand why we should be using natural products versus artificial ones. Firstly, we have to decide what it is we want for our skin. If we want long-term solutions for any skin problems, a healthy and youthful glow and an overall healthierfeeling, we have to understand that artificial ingredients can’t work with our skin – they can only work against it. They might provide quick solutions, but in the long-term, it’s only causing even more damage.

On the other hand, natural ingredients can work together with your skin and your body to help it heal and repair itself. Not to mention, if products are eco-friendly, it means not only they are made out of natural ingredients, but also that their production process isn’t damaging the environment, nor is it torturing animals. Admittedly, natural products tend to be more expensive, but in the end, there is still a clear winner.

Organic antioxidants

best eco-friendly beauty products


Yes, oxygen helps us stay alive. But it actually isn’t the best thing for us, which is why there is so much focus on substances that inhibit oxidation. Antioxidants can be incorporated into nearly every skincare product, the food we eat, and even hair growth products. Just like an apple browns due to oxidation when left outside, your skin ages. Using natural antioxidants, though, helps rejuvenate the skin, smooth it out, and prevent wrinkles and fine lines. It can even help reduce dark spots from sun damage.

Eco-Friendly Beauty Products: The Down to Earth Kit

You can’t ask for much more than an all-in-one kit that is perfect for on-the-go makeup, all wrapped up into one pretty package. This four-piece kit comes from Tarte and it was made in collaboration with celebrity makeup artists and stylists. The kit comes with a butter lip tint, a mascara with great packaging, a classic liquid eyeliner, and a blush. They are all full-sized products and they come in a pretty little eco bag. But the best part? Twenty percent of the revenues will go to an organization which provides clean drinking water all over the world.


best eco-friendly beauty products


If you thought this list of the best eco-friendly beauty products wouldn’t include Korres – you haven’t been paying attention. They are one of the leading eco brands in the world, and a company everyone should look up to. They have a wide range of top quality products, and all of them in eco-friendly packaging. If you want to try one thing from their collection, let it be one of their life changing face masks. You will feel like you were in a five star spa, and the results are just incredible.

Burt’s Bees

best eco-friendly beauty products


You might know them best for their lip balms, but Burt’s Bees are so much more than just honey-smooth lips. They have the aim to become the greenest company in the world. And their goals are all noble, including fair trade, all-natural ingredients and, of course, bringing the bees back. If you’ve never tried their eco-friendly beauty products, definitely start with the balms, and it’s very likely you will be coming back for more.

We live in a time when it’s extremely important to take care of not just our bodies, but the entire planet. Now we need to be more aware than ever of what is going into our products. We can all do our part in maintaining our planet, and if we think globally and act locally, we can change the world – one lipstick at a time.

Chukukere Amarachi is an Artistic Nigerian Social Impact Advocate, Blogger, Communications & Media Enthusiast, Aspiring Social Entrepreneur and Trainer who promotes and believes in sustainable livelihoods for all. She seeks to inspires a global audience with her voice, business, community development projects and advocacy messages. Her Goal Building an enabling environment for great potentials to thrive. She can be really goofy and playful, is attracted to exotic dishes and locations and wouldn't mind owning a private jet, oh yeah! She's a strong believer and follower of Jesus Christ. For her people who cook, create, explore and travel have a spot in my heart ♥


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