Although we shouldn’t be waiting until Earth Day to be environmentally conscious and conscious of our consumption habits, it’s never too late to begin caring more actively about our planet’s future.
With climate emergency warnings and the prospect of plastic waste outnumbering fish by 2050, figuring out how we can help change the earth’s fate might be overwhelming. Fortunately, there is a growing number of companies taking steps to alleviate these environmental threats, and we can help them.
This Earth Day, we’re sharing our favourite sustainable brands that are dedicated to helping you on your quest to enjoy a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
This Earth Day hit refresh on your decor with LickPro Tools, a new range that is leading the way with innovation. From production to packaging, the entire LickPro Tools range has been purposefully designed with sustainability in mind, without compromising on quality.
Lick also offers durable, designer paint as well as a fabulous line of wallpaper. Rest assured that whichever shade or pattern you choose, it will be made from an eco-friendly formula.
Get that fresh-faced look with Authored. A tinted moisturiser, mascara, brow gel, and lip balm are all part of the brand’s curated collection of go-to beauty products. Authored’s products are vegan, carbon-neutral, and come in eco-friendly packaging that consists of 95 per cent less plastic.
Expertly formulated, Kair provide a range of luxury laundry care products that help to increase the longevity of the clothes in our wardrobes, as opposed to wearing out from chemicals found in traditional detergents. Kair believes that we should all ‘Buy Less, and Wear More’ and its range of detergents and FinishIng Sprays helps us to do exactly this. Using plant-based ingredients, Kair products are as gentle on
your skin as on your clothes, so Long Love Your Wardrobe!
Glow Hub’s brand new SPF 30 can protect both your skin from UVB and UVB rays with ingredients such as Marigold, Vitamin E and green tea as well as protect the planet with its one of a kind cruelty-free, vegan, reef safe and fragrance-free formula.
Go natural with Wild, a sustainably sourced and effective deodorant made from anodised aluminium and recycled plastic, coming in five different scents made from real plants this will be your new favourite refillable. Its plastic-free refills are even made from bamboo pulp, making them compostable. We’ve got our eye on that electric blue case. Fun, or what?
Who said you can’t be stylish and sustainable? Not Radley, that’s for sure. Radley’s new sustainable range of bags, which are crafted with sustainable materials, are perfect for those casual days.
Shop sustainably with Lampoo – a luxury fashion resale platform. For this year’s Earth Day Lampoo are partnering with Treedom, meaning for every fashion item purchased between the 18th and 24th of April Lampoo will plant one tree across the world. Each customer will receive a unique link to their specific tree where they can track its growth and receive stories from the local community, whilst looking glamorous with their new purchase.
Clean Living is on a quest to reduce the amount of plastic packaging used for household cleaning products by providing eco-friendly alternatives. The concept is simple: the bottles are made of aluminium and are sent to you empty, along with a sachet that can be returned for recycling – all you have to do is fill the bottle with water and the sachet, and you’re ready to clean!
Who Gives A Crap
Who Gives A Crap makes toilet paper out of recycled paper or fast-growing bamboo and donates half of its proceeds to help build toilets for the 2 billion people who don’t have access to decent sanitation throughout the world. I guess this company actually does give a crap.
When In Rome
When in Rome is aiming to make drinking wine as fun as it is in Italy. They provide high-quality craft wines at affordable prices while minimising their environmental impact. When in Rome offers sustainably sourced wine in bag-in-box, flat, recycled PET bottles, aluminium single-serve cans, and, most recently, (the world’s first!) paper wine bottles.