In today's American society, to be "green" doesn't refer to green with envy but rather sensitive to the earth we . Is the product manufactured in an ethical way? Is recycling a part of the process? Is it friendly to the environment? In investigating beauty products that fit the bill, I discovered brands whose mission and purpose earned them recognition by Certified Green Cosmetics.
Our mission is to create high performance natural skincare that is powered by nature, proven by science.
This company started out selling their renowned lip palm at craft fairs and they've come a long way Baby! Their line now includes products for men, babies, skin, face, body, hair AND products for the outdoors.
Aside from a great quality product, here's what I love:
We believe in giving back.Through The Greater Good Foundation, we commit to pledge at least 10% of all Web Site sale revenues to our selected "well being" partners.
In 1959 when other companies were including man made perfume and petroleum in their products, a group of Californians moved towards a more natural approach with Apricot Oil, Peppermint Oil and Wheat Protein. In addition to face, body, hair and sun products these guys have a entire Oral lineup of toothpaste and mouthwash that do not include chemicals and are safe for people and the environment.
Mary Kay Cosmetics
While Mary Kay Cosmetics doesn't carry the "green seal" their newest product is called Botanical Effects Skin Care and the products do not include synthetic dyes or added fragrance. All of their products have a 100% buy back guarantee.
Each of theses companies reaches out to a wide range of clients and they include products for dry, normal and oily skin. Focused on providing people a quality product, it appears that each of these organizations has a reputation of putting their clients needs out in front, and if you're not already 'brand loyal' you might want to give one of these companies a try.