Sustainable Skincare Brands

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Consumers are now more conscious about the beauty products they buy, knowing that some ingredients harm the environment or are tested on animals. In fact, 66% of millennials worldwide are willing to spend more on sustainable fashion brands that sell products with natural formulas, use eco-friendly packaging, and promote social ethics. So, what are some of the current brands that not just enhance the beauty of your skin but care for the environment as well?

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/skin regimen/ by Davines Group of Italy was awarded the B CorpTM label in 2016 after making sure that its entire value chain follow and respect sustainable practices, from its suppliers down to its distribution partners.

/skin regimen/ uses dark stained glass and aluminum packaging to prevent light from damaging

ingredients and to prolong their potency. The brand’s topical vitamin C for your face is part of its

Fabulous Five skincare system to provide a balanced diet for your skin.

The Davines Group is one of the companies taking part in the internationally recognized beauty fair Cosmoprof Worldwide, whose theme in 2019 is “Sustainable Beauty with No Compromise.”

Dr. Bronner’s

The American brand that’s been around since the 1960s is known for its vegan lavender

castile bar soap as it can be used for anything—from shampoo to household cleaner—when diluted. Dr. Bronner’s also produces the acne-fighting hemp tea tree pure castile bar soap and hemp rose pure castile soap.

The brand uses recycled bottles and reduces material, energy, and water waste in its production line.

Meow Meow Tweet

Meow Meow Tweet uses steam distilling and cold pressing processes to produce unrefined plant oils and butters. The brand also uses recyclable and biodegradable materials for packaging. Meow Meow Tweet encourages customers to clean empty containers and bring them to designated areas so the company can recycle them.

Its facial regimen products combine plant and essential oils for cell regeneration of dry, oily,

sensitive, and blemish-prone skin.

Herbivore Botanicals

Herbivore products are mainly packed in reusable glass and recyclable cardboard. The brand is also known for its vegan and animal cruelty-free products.

Among its notable skincare items are its coco rose coconut oil body polish, blue tansy resurfacing mask, and lapis balancing face oil.

Eminence Organics

Eminence has a certified organic farm in Hungary and other partner farms across the world, growing yam, rhubarb, and paprika pepper for their professional-grade products.

Their skincare line’s packaging is made of recycled, non-toxic plastic that are packed in boxes made of recycled material.

Like /skin regimen/, Eminence is a certified B Corporation. Because their products are distributed through the Green Spas Program and verified online retailers, it’s popular among A-list celebrities, including Meghan Markle.


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