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Swim Leggings by Line in the Sand

For those chillier days on the water or when you need to keep the sun’s rays away from your skin, check out Line in the Sand’s Dive In Swim Leggings. With a rating of SPF 50+, you can rock climb, paddleboard, kayak, and hike without worrying about scorching your skin. They dry quickly, fit over a swimsuit, and are inclusive of many different body types. They even include a pocket for your phone, keys, and wallet. Line in the Sand offers many different styles of swim gear, including ¾ length capri swim pants and tank tops. The company’s leggings and other products are made from 100% regenerated nylon yarn derived from discarded fishing nets and other pre- and post-industrial waste. Founded by Lynn Fletcher O’Brien and based in Cape Cod, the company has collected 510 tons of fishing nets since 2013. Materials used for other clothing items include those that have a low impact on the planet, such as organic cotton, wool,  and bamboo. Need another reason to buy a pair? All profits go to ocean and cancer organizations doing good. www.lineinthesand.com 

Happy Socks by Hippy Feet

Socks don’t have to be basic or boring! Creating designs that are both cozy and fun is Hippy Feet’s mission. These socks come in varieties of cool and colorful designs, and some are even created by artists and activists. An option for custom socks is also available. Socks are made in North Carolina with recycled or organically grown materials and limited synthetics, resulting in 6,097 pounds of material diverted from landfills. The amount of water used to grow new cotton is limited, and Hippy Feet estimates the company has saved about 14.6 million gallons of water. The company also donates 50% of its profits to nonprofit organizations serving young people experiencing homelessness. https://hippyfeet.com/

Chamomile Blossom Shower Steamers by Parrotfish

What’s better than a steamy relaxing shower? How about feeling good about the products you shower with? Made with clean ingredients you can pronounce, Parrotfish’s shower steamers up your self-care game. Made with chamomile and lavender essential oils, they provide all the relaxation of a bath infused with a bath bomb, using only half the water. Parrotfish also features other self-care, hair care, and body care products that are made with clean ingredients. Founder Katie Pearson Fucci believes the brand reflects her mission of creativity, caring about the environment, using clean ingredients, the importance of self-care, and making a positive impact on the world. https://shopparrotfish.com/

Ilia Beauty’s Lip and Cheek MultiStick

Clear the clutter in your makeup bag and make way for Ilia’s Multi-Stick. Available in 12 shades, it’s good for both cheeks and lips. The creamy color is stored in a twist-up stick and requires no tools. Just swipe and blend, or mix, match, and layer for a custom look. Key active ingredients include shea butter, avocado oil, and orange peel wax. Creating clean beauty products that make you feel great and are better for the planet is the heart of what Ilia stands for. The company uses recycled aluminum, glass components, and responsibly sourced paper in its packaging; is Leaping Bunny certified; and a member of 1% For The Planet. The company has also partnered with Pact Collective to provide a way for customers to recycle empty makeup packaging. U.S. customers can mail in up to 10 empty beauty products per month (they’ll even accept other brands),, and they’ll work with Pact Collective to break down the packaging responsibly to avoid the landfill. https://iliabeauty.com/

EcoTool’s Dry Body Brush

Say goodbye to your loofah because EcoTool’s Dry Body Brush is the only exfoliator you’ll ever need again. This palm-sized, round brush is made of renewable bamboo, and vegan, cruelty-free bristles that exfoliate dead skin cells to reveal smoother, softer skin. A familiar name in self-care products, EcoTools focuses on using recycled and renewable materials in its products, and its packaging contains biodegradable and compostable elements. https://ecotools.com/


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