Happy Earth Day to US!
So many beauty companies are participating in Earth Day, we had to shout them out:
For every product she sells in April, Tata Harper will plant a crab apple tree in the Vermont farm where she grows many of the ingredients for her eponymous 100% natural skin care line (above).
Fragrance company Rich Hippie is offering 20% off their all-natural perfumes through April 25th (use code RICHHIPPIE).
Beauty subscription brand Birchbox is teaming up with Ecofabulous.com for an Earth Month Edition box filled with goodies from natural brands like Weleda and Juice Beauty. In addition, 20% of profits from full-sized product sales through May 13 will go to Global Green USA, and shipping will be offset via Carbonfund.org. (subscription to birchbox.com is $10/month or $110/year).
Until April 24th, Suki (above) will match all retail orders on their site (sukiskincare.com) in the form of a donation to GlobalGiving.
Kiehl’s has partnered with actors Chloë Sevigny and Michael C. Hall to design packaging for its Limited Edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque (above), and 100% of net proceeds will benefit Waterkeeper Alliance ($23, at Kiehl’s stores and kiehls.com).
On Friday, Physician’s Formula will be giving away 25 Organic Wear Jumbo Mascaras on their Facebook page (under the “promotions” tab). Aveda is celebrating Earth Month (April) by donating 100% of the proceeds from their “Light the Way” soy wax candle to Global Greengrants water projects ($12 at aveda.com) and by taking donations online at avedaearthmonth.org.
A portion of sales of the new Eco-Tools by Alicia Silverstone collection (above) will support the Wildlife Alliance (at drugstores).
Korres is gifting free ground shipping and a free reusable tote bag with any purchase of $50 or more at korresusa.com (use code: EARTH).
All John Masters Organics products are 25% off through April 25th at their Soho store and at johnmasters.com (use code EARTHDAY).
Skin 2 Skin Care (above) will be donating 20% of all sales on Earth Day to the Rainforest Foundation (skin2skincare.com).
Whole Foods is taking the confusion out of green shopping by offering its “Look for the Labels” guide to help customers locate organic products more easily.