7 Sustainable Group Gift Ideas for Green-Beauty Lovers
Over the past few years, sustainable living has become more and more attainable as brands are making more of an effort to offer products that are designed to stay out of landfills.
Treat someone special in your life and set up a group gift that provides both them and Mother Earth with some TLC. Here are seven group-giftable ideas for face, body, and hair that are perfect for the zero-waste beauty lover in your life!
Tata Harper 24/7 Glow Kit ($124)
This kit is a complete, 6-step regimen for brighter skin. The majority of Tata Harper’s packaging is made of glass and meant to be recycled or upcycled after use. Any plastic that is used in packaging is made from sugar cane and any ink is soy-based. The set is also delivered in 100% post-consumer packaging, meaning this gift is one you AND the earth can feel good about giving.
All herbivore products are non-toxic, safe, and effective. This kit comes with Lapis crystal tools meant to last as well as a facial oil packaged in 100% recyclable glass. Herbivore even has an article on ideas to upcycle the packaging once the bottles are empty!
This facial elixir is formulated with nutrient-rich, organic oils to nourish and brighten skin. You can buy the bottle only once, and can refill it for years to come for a discount, making it a great group gift for anyone looking to cut down on their packaging waste.
Say goodbye to plastic bottles and sticky lotion with the Kate McLeod Body Stone. These Stones are crafted of five food-grade butters and oils, essential oils, and no water. Buy the set once and sample Kate McLeod’s different scents; then refill the signature bamboo canister with any full-size Kate McLeod Body Stone ($38).
As the name suggests, this balm can be used anywhere for just about anything. The formula is powerful, so just a dab will do. In this 100% plastic-free and reusable ceramic container, the salve will look beautiful in any home, making it a perfect piece of decor as well as a body-care staple.
While this hair wash is not completely plastic-free, it comes in pouches, not bottles. According to Hairstory’s site, replacing shampoo and conditioner bottles with a Hairstory pouch can reduce plastic consumption by 91%. The kit also comes with a powder to refresh hair between washes and a scalp massaging brush, and with the option to add-on an aluminum pump bottle.
This organic, cleansing, and nourishing duo is hand-crafted in small batches from essential oils and plant-based ingredients. With no synthetics, fillers, fragrances, or preservatives, it makes for a luxurious, and beneficial washing experience. The shampoo and conditioner come in glass bottles and while Sangre de Fruta does not sell refills specifically, the bottles are well-made and can be refilled with any liquid product.
While shopping and gifting sustainably are impactful, another option is to designate any excess funds toward a charitable donation to an organization dedicated to healing our earth, like 1% for the Planet. 1% for the Planet is a non-profit organization that aims to build and support businesses, communities, and other nonprofits that are committed to healing our earth through protecting our natural resources and developing more sustainable practices.
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