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The Body Shop was the first global beauty brand to fight back against animal testing. It is committed to working fairly with farmers who source everything ethically. Continually bettering itself, the company also plans to double its community trade ingredients by 2020.
Australia’s bestselling natural skincare brand Sukin pride themselves on sustainability and are not only purse-friendly but they’re also kind to the earth. Once the products go down your drain, they won’t damage rivers, animals or plants.
Creating make-up that’s 100 per cent natural is a hard task, but Dr Hauschka’s range is both efficacious and ethical. Sustainability is integral to their ethos and they pride themselves on being kind and considerate towards everyone that touches the brand, from inception to consumer. They constantly give back to the planet through recyclable packaging and by using certified green electricity.
We’d be hard-pressed to show you everything eco, but worthy of your payday pounds are Aveda, Origins and Neal’s Yard. These earth-loving brands continually push boundaries to make sure they are kind to Mother Nature. THE BEST Of THE REST Kiehl’s, Weleda, Odacite, Liz earle, Korres, Jurlique, REN, Burt’s Bees, Odylique, Skinowl, Antipodes, The Organic Pharmacy, Rahua 1 Origins A Perfect World SPF 20 Age-defense Eye Cream With White Tea, £30 2 Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Clay Masque, £9.99 3 The Body Shop Drops Of Youth Fresh Emulsion SPF20 PA+++, £22 4 Aveda Pramasana Purifying Scalp Cleanser, £23.50 5 Dr Hauschka Bronzing Powder in 01 Bronze, £24 6 Neal’s Yard Deliciously Ella Rose, Lime & Cucumber Moisturiser, £25