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Holiday Guide: Our Favorite Eco-Friendly Gifts of 2018

The holidays are in full swing, but you’ve still got time to find a meaningful gift for everyone on your list! To make your shopping a little easier, we’ve rounded up our favorite eco-friendly products of 2018. Check them out below and give with intention this year.

 

Stasher Reusable Silicone Sandwich Bag, $12

We’ve been longtime fans of Stasher Bags and use them for anything and everything. From marinating to packing lunches to using as a makeup bag while traveling, these little guys do it all. We love them even more for sharing our eco-focused mission of keeping plastic out of the environment!

Imperfect Produce, $11-$43

More than 20 percent of produce never makes it on grocery store shelves because it’s not considered perfect enough. This results in billions of pounds of produce going to waste each year. Enter Imperfect Produce. This amazing company sources “ugly” produce directly from farms, allows you to customize your box each month and then delivers straight to your door. The perfect gift for the foodies in your life.

Suga Travel Yoga Mat, $64

This eco-friendly brand creates yoga mats made from recycled wetsuits. The Travel Yoga Mat is our favorite, and we take it everywhere. Easily rolled up into a compact size, you can take it on the road or put it in your carry-on. It’s a no-brainer travel accessory that the wanderlust yogi in your life will be sure to love!

ECOBAGS Produce Bags 3 Set, $14

Plastic produce bags are one of the first things we gave up when we began our journey of living an eco-conscious life. ECOBAGS is a tried and true brand leading the way in environmentally friendly, socially produced goods, and their produce bags are a must! We keep em’ in our car with our reusable grocery totes and haven’t looked back since.

Healthy Human 20 oz. Cruiser Tumbler, $23

Our friends at Healthy Human are our match made in heaven! We can’t live without their stainless steel insulated tumbler, and for $23, you really can’t beat it. Be on the lookout for a special GoPure Pod and Healthy Human bundle launching on Amazon (just in time for last-minute gifting, too).

Girlfriend Collective Compressive High-Rise Legging, $68

These leggings are made from recycled plastic water bottles and are super sleek, simple and comfortable. We love the color options and matching tops, too! They’re great quality, sustainable and only $68 — making them the perfect gift for the yogi or fitness enthusiast in your life.

HUM Supplements, $25

This fun and energetic brand works with esteemed nutritionists to send you nutrient recommendations, and then ships a variety of personalized supplements right to your door. Our favorites are the Red Carpet to help strengthen and shine hair, and the Big Chill to keep us calm and collected during stressful times. Give the gift of good health in a new and unique way!

To-Go Ware Bamboo Utensil Set, $13

These utensil sets round out living eco-friendly while on the go. Keep them in your purse, car or suitcase and never be without a sustainable way to gobble down that to-go order. Can you say perfect stocking stuffer?

Mother Dirt AO+ Mist, $49

We simply cannot get enough of this stuff. Mother Dirt created a line of biome-friendly skincare products with the main ingredient being Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a peacekeeping bacteria that lives on our skin. It wasn’t until 100 years ago that companies started removing it, but no fear — Mother Dirt has brought it back, and it’s better than ever. The AO+ Mist is a must-have, clinically proven to restore clarity and balance to your skin in just weeks.

Meow Meow Tweet Deodorant Stick, $20

If you haven’t considered natural deodorant yet, now is the time. A great stocking stuffer (or maybe a gift to yourself!), the Meow Meow Tweet Deodorant Stick is made from potent and powerful plants, essential oils and minerals. Not only does it really work, but the packaging is fully biodegradable and will compost in less than a year.

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