This week’s Friday Five is dedicated to 5 amazing eco-friendly and ethical brands.
Sustainable & eco-friendly living are growing more important to me every single day. One way I’m working to minimize my environmental impact is by buying from businesses that share these values.
This week’s Friday Five features 5 incredible brands that are committed to a high standard of sustainability!
Yala Jewellery is an African jewelery designer that creates gorgeous, ethical pieces in Africa. Their goal is to change the misconceptions about Africa & its people. They pay their workers fairly, & only use eco-friendly materials with minimal environmental impact. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
I recently discovered Grove Collaborative, they are an online shop for household cleaning essentials & they are amazing! They only offer non-toxic & cruelty free brands like Meyers, Seventh Generation, Method, etc.
You can set up a subscription to get items delivered to your door depending on how often you need them! You get SO much for your money, & they always have deals and you get a ton of free add-ons. This mama right here is seriously obsessed!
Another amazing brand committed to a high standard of sustainability & bare minimum waste!
337 Brand is a line of women’s basics, & they only use sustainable materials & recycled fibers. I also love that they only ship in 100% recyclable materials!
Dropps has changed the laundry game for us, we haven’t used anything else in over a year. It’s simple, but oh so smart.
Their packaging is recyclable, their ingredients are safe & plant based, and they don’t test on animals. Plus their packaging is very innovative & child proof!
I’ve been trying an endless number of different natural deodorants for, like, over 5 years.
None of them have ever worked for me, until I found this one by Aspel. These spray deodorants by Aspel are perfect, and the brand has a high standard of quality and is free of harmful chemicals. Plus they smell AMAZING.
I hope you enjoyed this week's Friday Five - Ethical Brands Edition! See you next time!
If you’re looking for more eco-related content, head to my Sustainability page!
PS- this post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own (as always!)
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Hi, I'm Teresa!
Thank you for taking the time to read my little space on the internet. I’m a digital creator, blogger & environmental advocate.