We’re talking ditching plastic packaging, eschewing toxic chemicals and synthetics and supporting sustainably-beauty that everyone needs to follow.

Beauty industry is growing rapidly but with environment paying the cost. With the tons of plastic being generated and forests being exploited for beauty products, beauty is coming at the cost of environment. This may seem fair to many of you now, but in the long-run this may be the end of the humans from the face of earth.

But on this ‘World’s Environment Day’ you can do your part. Say ‘No’ to plastic products and resource wastage and say ‘Yes’ to sustainable and environment-friendly beauty.

With the list of our recommenced sustainable beauty products, you can make changes at your part.

BYBI Babe Balm

BYBI-BabeBalm, sustainable beauty products

100% natural, vegan and cruelty free, there isn’t a single winter-induced skin bugbear BYBI’s Babe Balm can’t resolve.BYBI, have packaged their balms in totally plastic-free tubes. Instead, they’re made from sugarcane and are entirely biodegradable.

Lush Jungle Solid Conditioner 

Jungle Hair Conditioner- sustainable beauty products

Lush has been at the forefront of eco-friendly beauty by eliminating packaging from as many products as possible. Walk into any store and you’ll find slabs of soaps stacked up with bars of body butter, shampoos, conditioners and bath bombs, all nakedAs for the products in their recyclable jars, you can bring five of your empties back to the store to score a free tub of a face mask.

Their Jungle Solid Conditioner is a hydrating blend of cocoa butter, bananas and everyone’s favourite avocados. There’s also fresh figs, kumquats and passion fruit juice that adds shine and leaves your mane smelling fabulous.

Their shampoo bar is something you might wanna try.

Tata Harper Clarifying Cleanser

tata harper clarifying cleanser-sustainable beauty products

If your skin is prone to oil slicks and breakouts, you need Tata Harper’s new, 100% natural and non-toxic foaming cleanser in your life.

All of Tata Harper’s farm-to-face formulas are housed in these recycled green glass bottles. Plus, any plastic used is all recycled, and the ink on the cleanser label is made from soy.

Nourishing Coconut Body Wash, Soaper Duper

soaper duper body wash- sustainable beauty products

As well as being free-from parabens and harmful chemicals, all of Soaper Duper’s formulas are microbead-free and contained in either recycled or recyclable plastic (the reason the bottles are green is due to recycled milk bottle tops). Oh, and every purchase helps to support Water Aid, providing water to communities who need it.

Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Botanical Cream Deodorant

Aurelia cream deodorant, sustainable beauty products

Don’t freak out, but we’ve found a natural deodorant that actually does what it’s supposed to do – guard against odour and stickiness for hours on end and leave you feeling fresh – YAS. You have to apply this with your fingers but it’s incredibly easy, and a little goes a long way.

Face Halo Makeup Remover Pad

Face Halo makeup Remover- sustainable beauty products

Pie off your plastic wrapped face wipes and cotton pads for this reusable, microfiber makeup remover. Just add water and a little bit of elbow grease to see mascara, foundation and more lift off before your eyes. No chemicals down the sink or waste in the bin.

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