If there’s one cool thing about being an influencer its knowing where to shop for the best deals on the things you love to buy. As an influencer that focuses on eco-friendly living, I’m even more diligent about where and how I shop. Recently, I reached out to some of my favorite ‘green’ beauty influencers to see where they go for their favorite skincare and beauty products. I’m sharing their shopping secrets below.
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Ethical Bunny has an extensive collection of cruelty-free beauty products that she reviews on her Instagram page for her more than 5,000 followers. She takes animal activism seriously and when asked what her current favorite green beauty products were, she chose the following:
Brianna’s Handmade Soap – “This vegan and cruelty-free soap bar is a fantastic replacement for traditional liquid soap that comes in plastic packaging. It smells absolutely divine and has very moisturizing properties. It’s locally made and I feel great about supporting a small business owner.
River Organics Organic Bare Lip Balm – “Oil-based moisturizing lip balm contains coconut, cacao, and mango. Not only does it taste yummy, but it provides lasting moisture to chapped lips.”
Earthbeat Apothecary Herbal Facial Steam – “This delightful concoction consists of lavender, rose petals and calendula, all certified organic and ethically sourced. ”
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In 2015, Sovereignty Beauty was brought to life by Nethania Abraham from Brooklyn, NY, she utilizes her scientific background in Molecular Biology to determine the benefits or harmfulness of substances which assists in the selection of all ingredients. Each product in the Sovereignty Beauty line targets various skin care concerns and promotes simple skin care maintenance. Nethania wants people to be aware of what they are applying to their face and body and essentially putting inside their bodies – this is one of her main inspirations for creating Sovereignty Beauty.
When Asked Where She Shops:
You can find some great deals on beauty products in the most unexpected places. ASOS has great beauty brand selection to shop from. Brands like Sister & Co. and YES TO. Other unexpected places to get your green beauty fix include Marshall’s and TJ MAXX. They have everything from bath salts and essential oils, to soaps, lotions, face masks and creams.
What are some of your favorite stores to shop for green beauty products? Be sure to follow me on Instagram at @Mybrownsparklez and @mbs_theskincollective for more beauty product reviews and lifestyle tips.