The dye-, paraben-, and cruelty-free Love Beauty and Planet Shampoo & Conditioner Bar ($5) is going to make a young vegan in your life very happy. Plus, it smells like the beach and is super gentle on hair.
For anyone who wants to glow up and green her routine, treat her to Biossance The Rose Radiance Trio ($72): a mask, an oil, and a lip balm that hydrate with sustainably sourced squalane oil.
MamaP Bamboo Toothbrushes ($7 each) sweat the small details like compostable bamboo handles, and a portion of each sale gets donated to charity just because. This rainbow-head brush benefits the Trevor Project, a suicide-prevention organization for LGBTQ youth.
Replace your kid’s ratty Converse with Nothing New High Tops ($110), which, true to the name, are made of 100 percent postconsumer upcycled plastic and recycled fishing nets.
An Aarke Carbonator II ($249) will help your family kick its canned seltzer habit to the curb.
You won’t find a better plastic-straw alternative than Food 52 Five Two Silicone Straws ($25 for 10 straws, four cases, and four squeegees). They’re bendy and dishwasher-safe and travel well in their tiny cases.
These Dual-Sided Recycled Leather Coasters ($12 for a set of four) are the gift that keeps on giving. Not only do they protect your furniture from water rings but they also reverse to contrasting colors for a different (equally pretty) look.