8 Products to Help You Go Green

Proof that eco-friendly living can be both practical and stylish.

All photos courtesy of the manufacturers

1. MORE THAN PRETTY

Ruffle-print top from H&M’s Conscious Collection of sustainable organic cotton and recycled materials, $69.99 at hm.com.

Recycle with H&MEven before Marie Kondo offered the idea of joy as the reason to clean your closets, we knew we needed to. But what to do with the past-trend stuff of our whims? While there are many worthy places to donate your goods, H&M’sgarment collection program gives back to you—and the planet. You can trade a bag of your unwanted clothes for a 15 percent discount on your next H&M purchase. Now there’s a trend we hope sticks around! For more information visit hm.com.

 

2. SIMPLE SCENTS

Alio’s carefree fragrance reeds neutralize odors and provide a fresh scent using natural wood resins; $18 at aliohome.com.

 

 

3. HIP HEAP

Handy and attractive, this ceramic countertop bin makes saving compostable scraps easy; $34.99 at bedbathandbeyond.com.

 

4. BUG OUT

Skeem’s citronella candles and incense are blended with natural essences like sea salt and jasmine to repel insects, while subtly scenting the air; from $25 at skeemshop.com.

 

5. PUMPKIN PEEL

This enzyme peel from Maplewood-based Erin’s Faces smooths with alpha hydroxy acid and smells like pie; $35 at erinsfaces.com.

 

 

6. PURRFECT CBD OIL

This lightweight, quick-absorbing body oil is a new addition to Jersey native Alexa Burke’s plant-based skin care line, Cocokitty; $42/$64 at freepeople.com.

 

7. BAMBOO FOR BOO-BOOS

Sustainable Patch bamboo bandages are infused with charcoal, aloe vera and coconut oil; $7.99 at patchstrips.com.

 

8. THE LAST STRAW

Say no to plastic straws and yes to this set of reusable, food-safe stainless-steel sippers from Rx 4 Earth; $16.99 at amazon.com.

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