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Eco-Friendly Beauty and Self-Care Alternatives

Written by TeriLynn Troxell
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One of the hardest habits to break are the ones we make with our self-care regimens. Every body is different and reacts differently to the plethora of products that are out there for purchase today. It can be hard to find something that works. So, when you do, you tend to stick with it. This past year one of my goals was to find eco-friendly alternatives to the beauty products I use every day.

Below are some of the best products and solutions I found.

SW Basics ECO Friendly Cotton Rounds

Eco Cotton Rounds by SW Basics – Price $22 + shipping


I love make up. I wear it. I play with it. Sometimes too much and it has to be removed. If I used a cotton ball for every mistake, correction or end of day removal my bathroom trash bin would be over following with little bunny tails by the end of the week and that has never sat well with me. The S.W. Basics Eco Cotton Rounds are my favorite reusable beauty product. The rounds are made in the U.S. and are certified organic unbleached cotton. They even come with a tiny laundry bag to make care easy!

coffee ground scrub

Coffee Ground body scrub – Price Free! (probably)

Pinterest is flooded with natural beauty regimes. A lot of them I have tried and a lot of them I have hated. How ever I did respond well to using coffee grounds as a body scrub. It’s as simple as it sounds. You take the left over coffee grounds from your morning batch with you into the shower. The natural oils from the coffee will make your skin silky smooth, not to mention the energizing scent that will stay with you through out the day. There are several variations to scrub; one includes coconut oil & cinnamon, while I’ve seen other recipes for coffee grounds mixed with sugar. Both sound lovely to me, but I prefer straight grounds.

Humble Brush

Humble Brush toothbrush – Price $4.99 + shipping


Change does not always come as a revolution. But a lot of small changes make mountains move.” The Humble Brush has it al. Simple design, 100% biodegradable Bamboo handle with nonslip surface and ergonomic grip. The bristles are BPA free, and the packaging is compostable. Not to mention for every Humble Brush sold a toothbrush or the equivalent o the product cost is donated to a child in need. It’s everything you could ask for in a toothbrush and MORE. I love it.

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