I’ve spent many years and thousands of dollars trying to get good skin. But here’s what I’ve learnt, you don’t need to spend a fortune on expensive products, and a good nights sleep will do your complexion wonders. A few years ago I got rid of my chemical ridden cleansers and moisturisers and instead used products I would only ever be comfortable eating. So here’s what I found.
Like most eager resolution-makers, I rarely succeed in keeping any of my lofty goals past January. I did not manage to “Write a Novel” or “Refresh my German Skills” last year, and I still haven’t set foot inside a gym since 2012 despite my vow to “Exercise Three Times a Week.”
Instead of continuing this embarrassingly futile tradition, I’ve decided to change the way I approach resolutions. I want my goals for 2017 to be attainable and sustainable for the environment – and my wallet.
The holiday season is a time when people tend to reflect on the things that truly matter to them. Some of our team members have decided to share what the holidays mean to them and which sustainable goodies are on their Christmas lists this year.
Denim Jeans. Practically all of us wear them, most of us love them, and some of us live in them. They’re a must-have, but chances are those perfectly worn-in jeans have undergone a production process reliant on harsh chemicals. In fact, the denim industry is one of the worst contributors to environmental degradation in the fashion world.
Thankfully, you don’t have to give up your beloved jeans to clear your conscious! Here are 3 ways denim mogul Levi Strauss are innovating change in the fashion industry.
Are you worried that your budget combined with your love of fashion will overrule your desire to shop ethically? Scared of being forced to opt for cheap and nasty over ecochic?
Never fear! Here are 8 tips to create a versatile and ethical wardrobe without breaking the bank.
Have you ever been browsing for conscious clothing and stumbled across some pretty strange terminology? This can be especially frustrating if you’re trying to figure out what material something is made from, and it’s something you’ve never heard of before!
One such potential stumbling block is Tencel – so we’ve put together a cheatsheet to help demystify this fabric and put the power back in your hands. Continue Reading
Spring has officially sprung, making this the perfect time to get beach ready. If you’ve been indulging in a little winter hibernation don’t fear, this isn’t one of those articles. We know that the only thing you need to do to get a bikini body is to put a bikini (or tankini, or one piece, or sarong) on your body! That’s why we wanted to give you our list of eco and ethical swimwear brands suitable for every body, budget and style.
Bright, bold and bloody comfortable – Thunderpants have been creating and selling their unique style of underpants for 20 years. They’ve become a trusted brand with a loyal customer base and they choose to use this influence for good. They’re dedicated to remaining New Zealand-made, and they also give back to the community through a range of philanthropic initiatives.