We all want to do our part in being eco-friendly. But, what good is it if you’re not doing anything about the environment? Whether it’s recycling or buying environmentally friendly products, your actions can have a huge impact on the planet. The same goes for your beauty routine. You may be surprised at how many ways you can make changes without even noticing! Read this blog post to find out more.

I know how tough it is to maintain a beauty routine. Finding products that are both eco-friendly and effective can be tricky. Here’s my list of the best eco-friendly beauty hacks.

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Make your beauty routine more green

We’ll explore some easy ways you can make your regular beauty routine more sustainable. From buying in bulk to using natural makeup, there are plenty of options! Let’s get started with one of my favorites: making your deodorant at home (just like the old days!). This recipe will cost you less than $2 for 6 ounces–and you’ll never run out again! I’ve also included tips on how to use reusable pads instead of disposable tampons.

Getting in touch with your inner eco-warrior is all too easy these days. There are so many ways to be conscious of the environment that it borders on overwhelming. But don’t let fear or confusion stop you! Here are some simple tips for anyone looking to do their part when being mindful about what they put on and in their body.

Guide to sustainable beauty

Do you want to look your best without harming the environment? We’re here to help! Read these eco-friendly beauty tips and find the one that’s perfect for you.

  1. Start with a clean face. You can use natural, organic products like coconut oil or baking soda mixed with water if you don’t have any other option. Ideally, wash your face in cold water before bedtime (or after long days when it’s not practical).
  2. Don’t forget to moisturize! If you do this at night, make sure it doesn’t contain parabens which are bad for your health. And don’t forget your lips – they need moisture too!
  3. When choosing makeup, opt for mineral foundations instead of liquid form.

I’ve always been one to recycle and reuse, but I started thinking about my beauty routine and how it could be more eco-friendly. It’s not too difficult to make some changes. From reusable cotton rounds for toner or exfoliator to using natural products like coconut oil instead of petroleum jelly on your lips, there are many ways you can keep your beauty routine green.

I love that these tips are easy because I’m still figuring out the best way to get my makeup off at night (hint: water). And who doesn’t want an excuse to buy a new lipstick? The next time you’re just grabbing a lip scrub from their shelves that smells good enough to eat.