The on-going rescue for sustainable fashion has been rigorous by producing ethical clothing but what consumer forget is using the harmful chemicals and plastic bottles every day for their skincare routine.
The beauty industry has come under the spot light for negatively affecting the environment.
Though the industry doesn’t have a good record when it comes to sustainability, having non-recyclable plastic packaging and containers since forever now, the stakes are finally changing.
Consumer mindset is aiming for getting a clear conscious by contributing towards the environment in any way they can.
The emerging focus and shift to eco-friendly sustainable beauty products have gained consumer attention but still the question lingers on ‘what is sustainable beauty and where to find them?’
Started 30 years ago, Burt bees produces 100% natural products from bee’swax.
Guided by the single principle that nature has the best answers, the brand offers everyday products ranging from Lip Care and Lip Colour, Facial Skincare, Hand and Body Care, Baby Bee and many more!
The iconic Burt Bee’s lip balm £3.99 (which is also Blake Lively go to lip care product) comes in 17 delicious flavours and is 100% natural infused with beeswax, a natural skin conditioner and vitamin E to moisturise.
The Body Shop
‘’We aim to be the world’s mostethical and sustainable global business.’’ (Thebodyshop,2019)
Started in 1976, the brand aims to provide naturally inspired beauty products, ranging from obvious essentials for hair, body and face, the brand also has a blog with tips and advice on a quick fix at home for instant remedies.
Having a range for vegan free products in its beauty and skincare department, the brand is all about transparency and aims to provide the best with zero tolerance towards animal cruelty.
The camomile cleansing butter £10/ 100ml and the drops of youth sheet mast £5, are a best combination for hydrating and cleansing the skin. The wonder flower has been proven super effective when it comes to soothing sensitive skin due to its anti-irritant properties.
The drops of youth is a biodegradable sheet mask made with a concentratedblend of drop’s of youth and exotic ingredients like edelweiss, criste marine and sea holly plant stem cells making it the perfect skin rescue for hydration and healthier looking skin.
Born in 1978, Aveda is based on Ayurvedic medicine, pharmacology, botanical research and aromatherapy and is committed to using organic ingredients.
Aveda salons are known to offer the signature ritual of neck and shoulder massages that are perfect to divulge in after a hectic week at work.
Rosemary mint shampoo £15.50 and conditioner £17.50 is one of the best sellers of the brand due to its invigorating aroma of rosemary, peppermint and spearmint that energizes, awakens the senses and improves focus.
Since April being a stress awareness month, the brand has recently launched its stress-fix kit with French Lavender and clary sage.
Established in 1981, Neal’s Yard Remedies is a modern apothecarycreating, award-winning natural and organic health and beauty brand.
Using ethically sourced herbs, botanicals and essential oils, the brand stands strong on its ethics of cruelty free products.
The brand’s iconic blue bottle and jars are pigment made to protect thedelicate aromas and herbal properties from light.
Neal’s yard has products ranging from skincare, bath and body, mother and baby, aromatherapy and wellbeing.
The brand also offers therapies such as acupuncture, aromatherapy and Cranial osteopathy in its stores across the UK.
Frankincense IntenseTM Lift Cream £65/ 50gm
The multi action nourishing cream visibly lifts and recontours skin with its anti-aging formula that helps with loss of firmness, reduced elasticity and wrinkles.