Red Lists from Campaign for Safe Cosmetics are Pocket Guides to Toxic Ingredients

Published on March 9th, 2015 | by

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The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a watchdog group with a mission to get harmful chemicals out of our cosmetic products. Their new Red Lists are a set of consumer guides to help you shop smarter. read more

Stellasport by Stella McCartney: Versatile Workout Wear for the Eco-conscious Woman

Published on February 19th, 2015 | by

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You may know British designer Stella McCartney for her commitment to creating beautiful, vegan women’s wear. What you may not know is that she recently teamed up with Adidas on a collection of oh-so-stylish workout gear that’s as trendy, versatile, and animal friendly as her label’s standard ready-to-wear. read more

Cruelty Free Deodorant Guide: I tested them, so you don’t have to.

Published on February 16th, 2015 | by

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Finding cruelty free deodorant that works can feel a little bit daunting. I’ve been trying vegan deodorants for years and finally landed on what works. Here are my top picks and tips for effective cruelty free deodorant. read more

How Fashion Can Help You Embrace Individualism and Live an Authentic Life

Published on February 13th, 2015 | by

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I am such a sucker for TED talks, and I recently came across a really inspiring by Morgana Bailey, called The Danger of Hiding Who You Are. In her talk, she highlights a pretty basic human need- the need to express our individualism, wholly and authentically! Bailey begins with stories about her teen years as […] read more

Shopping for Ethical Clothing: A Look at Target’s Store Brand

Published on February 9th, 2015 | by

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I’m always on the lookout for more mainstream stores offering ethical clothing. A recent article suggesting that Target’s store brand was a good ethical choice really surprised me. Here’s a breakdown of Target’s sustainability record. read more