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Going Green: 15 Eco-Friendly Products to Shop Now

Put your everyday dollars into eco-friendly household and personal products that are better for the environment! This post shares brands making an effort to go green and 15 items you can shop right now to make a difference!

Collage of 15 eco-friendly products to use in your efforts going green

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Choosing eco-friendly products is not always easy, and I’ll be honest, I have not been good about recommending them here on P&P nor have I made enough of an effort to incorporate these items into my every day life. But I’m amending that now!

Putting my everyday dollars, meaning the money I would normally spend on household and personal goods, towards options that are more eco-friendly and brands that are striving to be more environmentally conscious is something I can do today to reduce my negative impact!

As I discuss in this post about strategies for going green, clothing and plastics are two of our biggest problems contributing to greenhouse gases and environmental damage. Making some simple swaps to avoid plastic packaging and support brands using recycled materials and organic fabrics, is easily done if we know where to shop and what to shop for!

I recommend exploring Good On You’s Directory of Ethical and Eco-Friendly Brands as well as reading this on green product marketing claims.

Eco-Friendly Brands:

If you know of a brand, service, or product that should be included here, please comment below!

Home Decor & Household Products:

Bloomist – ecofaux florals, natural sustainable materials

Lo Home – sustainable raw materials, USA-manufacturing, biodegradable packaging

Pottery Barn – GOTS fabrics, plant a tree campaign

Earth Easy – sustainable living products

Grove Collaborative – sustainable living products

Public Goods – sustainable living products

Boll & Branch – organic bedding and home textiles

Clothing:

Be aware that several of these companies only offer certain styles in eco-friendly fabrics or manufacturing methods. Watch for words like “conscious,” “organic,” and “recycled.”

Ralph Lauren – reducing carbon emissions and water waste

Vetta – capsule wardrobes, eco-friendly fabrics

People Tree – fair trade fashion, organic fabrics

Unspun – custom denim, sustainable practices

Fair Indigo – organic cotton tees

Reformation – fair labor practices, eco-friendly production

Everlane – fair labor practices, organic fabrics

H&M – eco-conscious and sustainability practices

Patagonia – organic and recycled fabrics, eco-friendly production

Nuuly – fashion rental

AAKS – straw handbags made from ecologically-harvested raffia by Ghanian artisans

Beauty & Skincare

by Humankind – beauty and personal care, plastic reducing

Briogeo – naturally derived, sustainable ingredients and recycled plastics

Saie – sustainable ingredients, plastic reducing

Biossance – vegan, cruelty free ingredients

Arbonne – vegan, TerraCycle® participant

Kiehl’s – renewable ingredients, sustainable packaging

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