Category: Materials + Ingredients
Natural skincare is becoming the new norm thanks to its ethical ingredients and packaging. Made without sulfates, phthalates, and other nasty additives, natural skincare products use the power of nature. But what ingredients are truly the best for your skin – and how can you find them? Read on the blog to learn more!
As a conscious consumer, shopping for ethical clothing made with eco-textiles can feel daunting. There's so many options of sustainable fabrics, and each has its own pros and cons. In this blog we'll help you compare natural and synthetic fabrics, and learn about organic cotton, rPET, wood-pulp fabrics, wool, and more!
Learn: What “reef-safe” and “oxybenzone-free” means in relation to sunscreen choices, why switching to reef-safe sunscreen is important for human + ecosystem health, and learn the answers to common sunscreen questions about ingredients, UV rays, SPF, and more!
We all want a clean house…. But nowadays, a clean planet is even more important. Luckily for you, you can have both thanks to...
Fact: 85% of the toxic chemicals used in personal care, food, packaging, and other everyday products have not been tested–which means we have no...
Everyday you pack your child’s lunch for school. But lately it has turned into a tedious late night activity that you dread at the...
Silicone is flexible, versatile, and great for food storage! What sets it apart from plastic though? Can you recycle silicone? Will silicone biodegrade? Learn about all of the environmental and health benefits of silicone here!
You’ve probably applied parabens to your skin, hair, or teeth at some point today without even knowing it. But what are parabens, and should you avoid them? Find out why you might see "paraben-free" more often!
Hemp, Organic Cotton, and rPETe are three types of sustainable fabric that we often turn to, each with their own benefits (and downsides). Read about each of our favorite materials below, and let us know which one you prefer in the comments!
It's the number one question that we receive here at EarthHero. As more and more people make the switch to shopping sustainably, there’s one question that needs to be answered: what makes a product, sustainable?