AVEDA: All Natural Green Beauty Products

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These days you can’t be too careful with what you’re rubbing on your skin. Although many products on the shelves are claiming to be all natural or ‘green’, the beauty products industry isn’t really regulated for claims such as those. These days you can’t be too careful with what you’re rubbing on your skin. Although many products on the shelves are claiming to be all natural or ‘green’, the beauty products industry isn’t really regulated for claims such as those. That’s why it’s refreshing to find a company like Aveda, who not only creates natural products, but does so in the greenest way possible. The manufacturing process they use is 100% powered by clean wind energy, packaged in post-consumer recycled materials, and its labels are printed with soy ink. Plus, all of their flower and plant based ingredients come from areas around the globe that need economic help. Shop online in time for Valentine’s Day, or just sign up to get some free samples when you buy, and see the difference all natural beauty products can have.

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    As the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Greener Ideal, Ian has been a driving force in environmental journalism and sustainable lifestyle advocacy since 2008. With over a decade of dedicated involvement in environmental matters, Ian has established himself as a respected expert in the field. Under his leadership, Greener Ideal has consistently delivered independent news and insightful content that empowers readers to engage with and understand pressing environmental issues.

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