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If you are looking to be more environmentally friendly in 2020 then why not start with the daily kit you carry around. It has never been so easy to make little changes that make a big difference to our world, from reusable cotton pads, coffee cups and water bottles to choosing eco-friendly beauty brands such as bareMinerals, Anastasia Beverly Hills and Neom Organics. Scroll down to find our conscious must-haves for every handbag or shop our Sustainable Edit with over 650 items below…


In need of a caffeine boost? Then try swapping your trusted coffee for a truly healthy alternative, matcha mint tea from Teapigs is as good for you as it is for the planet.

Non-toxic and reusable, each pad replaces up to 500 single-use face wipes. Founder of Face Halo Lizzy Pike harnessed her 15-year background in fibre technology in its creation. Makeup removal on the move has never been so eco-friendly.

When it comes to sustainable credentials few beauty brands are as natural as bareMinerals. One of their best selling products are their cruelty-free waved fibre brushes. Designed with a convex centre that holds loose powder like water to a sponge.

Harnessing the best from nature with Lilac Plant Stems Cells and Vitamin C to help brighten skin bareMinerals BareSkin® Perfecting Veil is a signature blend of minerals to absorb excess oil and balance skin texture.

Anastasia Beverly Hills is a cruelty-free, vegan brand created by beauty entrepreneur Anastasia Soare and has been an Instagram sensation since 2014, her matte lipstick range is an Insta favourite thanks to it’s full-pigment colour and luxurious velvet smooth finish.

Nails Inc. Nailkale contains extracts of healing aloe vera, lemon, ginseng, pomegranate and grape, this base coat is superfood by name and nature. Keeping your fingertips healthy and carbon footprint clean all in one step.

This Neom Organics candle is made of pure vegetable oil with a fragrance of Sicilian lemon that will give you an energising lift at a moments notice. Enjoy 20 hours of burning time on the move for moments when you need a pick-me-up.

Following in her famous mother’s footsteps Stella McCartney has given a vegetarian stance to her designs by including vegan leather in her bag production. Using recycled polyester instead of Brazilian calf leather, for example, creates 24 times less of an environmental impact.


Not a fan of traditional Tupperware? Then this chic three-part lunchbox will make you see your leftovers in a new light. Think of all the cling film you will be saving with this Italian designed reusable container.


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