Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

The Best Ethical and Sustainable Sandals for Summer

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  • Jun 5, 2024
A cute, comfy pair of sandals is a must-have in every woman’s summer wardrobe. We rounded up some of our favorite brands making beautiful, ethical and sustainable sandals that will not only last you several summers, but are beautiful, comfortable, and affordable too.

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The Best Eco-Friendly and Ethically Made Bath Towels

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  • Apr 17, 2024
We tested out fluffy and organic bath towels from popular sustainable brands. Here is our review of each, including whether they're good for sensitive skin.
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Sustainable and Artisan Resortwear for Your Next Eco Getaway

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  • Feb 26, 2024
Most vacation-centric clothing is made to last for only one vacation, and mass-market brands appropriate indigenous symbolism and patterns for polyester pieces. Here are brands taking a more thoughtful approach.
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16 Beautiful Black-Owned Brands That Are Ethically Made in Africa

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  • Feb 6, 2024
These brands offer a fresh and exciting perspective to a fashion industry that seems to be stagnating. They pay everyone involved fairly, positively impact the local environment, and preserve traditional skills of the continent.
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Synthetic-Free Base Layers and Fleeces for Winter Ski and Snowboarding

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  • Dec 19, 2023
Do you know the secret to staying warm on ski trips, hiking outings, and frosty morning commutes? If you live for the slopes, you probably already know the answer: it’s base layers. Before you strap on your ski gear and venture out into the wilderness, make sure the layers that keep you warm are also good for your health and the natural beauty around you. 
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Sustainable and PFAS-Free Snowboard and Ski Gear

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  • Dec 18, 2023
Toxic perfluorinated chemicals are so ubiquitous in snow gear that they've been found soaked into the snow of Mount Everest and ski resorts. Here are the snowboard and ski brands that have gone non-toxic.
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