The Su­per Play­ers

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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

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