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Since the first Earth Day in 1970, the environmental movement continues to build. This year there’s a big focus on the March for Science, but whether you decide to participate or not, there are many other ways to go green. Making decisions with your wallet is one. Here are some products that have caught our hazel eyes, and if you buy them, we think they are all worthy of social media—another way to spread some global love.
Alter Eco Quinoa, $8
This brand not only offers a variety of tasty quinoa (and other products such as chocolate bars, truffles and rice), but it sources these fair-trade products from Bolivian farmers and practices sustainability throughout its operation. The bags the quinoa comes in? Compostable.
Yes To Cucumbers Calming Micellar Cleansing Water, $9
A gentle combo of cucumber extract and micellar water will clean and refresh even sensitive skin. The brand is committed to natural products that are free of parabens.
Sock Guy Recycle, $11
The designs don’t end with fun ones. You can be socially responsible and promote recycling and bicycling with these wrapped around your footsies.
Green Ecolution Elements Saucepan, $18
This cookware is made with a ecologically advanced nonstick coating. A stainless steel base means it’s durable, it’s designed to heat evenly and silicone handles won’t burn you. Plus it’s dishwasher-safe.
Bee’s Wrap, $6-$15
This replacement for plastic wrap is made from beeswax, cotton, jojoba oil and resin. You can reuse them and wash them, and when you wrap something up, the warmth of your hands secures the wrap in place. Genius.