After over a year cooped up, we are more than ready to reconnect with the people we love. We've got a renewed sense of gratitude for everything. We want to show our appreciation for both our customer base and our like-minded partners who we (e)co-create with. So, we curated a best-of-the-best Summer Love Shopping Guide so that you can shop effortlessly across categories for products embedded with love so you can express yours without a care. Everyone wins-- you, eco brands, AND Mother Earth. That's right, all these products were designed with love for people and planet. Enjoy!
1. sundays is a non-toxic nail care brand with studio locations specializing in wellness and sustainable nail care alternatives. Bonus: check out their tags on the 'gram for nail art inspiration!
2. Conscious Coconut produces virgin, unrefined,100% certified organic, fair trade, and cold pressed coconut oil. For every product sold, Conscious Coconut donates a meal to a child in need! There are countless ways that coconut oil can support individual wellness-- check out their site for ideas!
3. We Are HAH is "sexy made easy on you and Mother Earth." This intimate apparel brand is focused on comfort, ease, & ethically made product, so you can #startsomewhere in breaking the cycle of waste in fashion and look sexy doing it!
4. Josie Maran is a clean skincare and cosmetics brand dedicated to deep-down, healthy, holistic beauty. All of their products are based in 100% pure, sustainable argan oil, from skincare to makeup to sun care.
5. Remake is not a consumer brand at all. Instead, the organization is community of individuals committed to sharing stories about supply chains, helping create a connection between consumers and producers, and inspiring ethical business. Follow @remakeworld and learn to say "no" to fast fashion!
We hope you are inspired to shop your values and activate on your passions this Summer of Love! How are you spending it? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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