EcoTools Cosmetic Brushes are made with cruelty free synthetic bristles, sustainable bamboo handles & recycled aluminum ferrules.The cosmetic brushes are packaged in reusable cosmetic pouches, and EcoTools paper packaging is made from 80% Recycled and 100% Recyclable Paper.
Perfect for afternoon tea with friends, this teapot offers beauty and utility. Produced by Terra Clay, this teapot is handmade by artisans of local villages in Northern India. It's microwave safe, and made from serpentine rock and other natural materials sourced locally. And because of it’s non-mechanized production, the tea pot will slowly “season,” absorbing the rich tea oils over time.
Not sure what to get your powerhouse feminist? Stop by Bloom&Give. The delicate embroidery on this scarf is inspired by the “Chikankari” technique, traditional to the region of Lucknow, India, with origins dating back to the 3rd century BC. Queen Nur Jehan, one of the most charismatic and influential figures in 16th century Mughal India, is said to have popularized it. We have attempted to contemporize this style of embroidery with a modern fabric. The scarf is made in small batches in a women-owned factory. Most importantly, every purchase helps send a girl to school. Half the profits from the purchase of this item funds girls education programs in India.
I've been using SanRe Skinfood for almost a year now, and I am never going back to my old cleansers and lotions. The products are perfect for your most sensitive girlfriends, with gentle and entirely organic ingredients.
In ten different colors, you can't go wrong with this ballet flat redefines our childhood favorite jellies. Produced right here in the USA, Oka-B prides itself in its dedication to recycled plastics and energy-efficient product production.
The Jump-In Romper features a subtle low slung back drape with a graceful crossover, and nothing screams summer (or holiday vacation) more than an ethically-made romper. Another favorite part of this piece is the fact that it's produced with 100% cotton, hand tied, and dyed with azo-free dyes.
Luxury meets sustainability, with this new upcycled brand. Each item begins with recycled bottle tops from Africa, are then stitched with recycled plastic fibers, and even feature certified Zero Deforestation leather. And ultimately, their inspiration derives from their Bottletop Foundation, which empowers disadvantaged young people to take control of their lives through health education.