1. Cargo Plant Love
From the cheerful packaging to the trendy colors, this makeup collection-100 percent renewable and greenhouse-gas neutral-is as good for
the planet as it is for your
$16-30; buy online now at sephora.com.
2. Nude Skin Cleansing Milk
This collection forgoes
synthetic parabens and
sulfates in favor of active
naturals, such as organic
cupacu oil and hibiscus.
$42/6.7 oz.; buy online now at nudeskincare.com.
3. David Babaii for Wildaid
Created by Babaii, an L.A. stylist, in collaboration with Kate Hudson, his longtime friend and client, this hair care line is free of harsh detergents, artificial fragrances and parabens. Instead, the team turned to natural ingredients from the South Pacific, including hydrating kiwifruit and mineral-rich volcanic ash, to produce rich lathers and luxurious textures.
4. Eco Tools
These professional-quality makeup brushes are made with all earth-friendly materials-from recycled aluminum to bamboo. You'd never know it from the smooth handles and soft bristles.
$6; buy online now at walgreens.com.
5. I.D. Bare Minerals
The first of its kind and, pros agree, still the best
for quick, on-the-go foundation with a clean, sheer
finish. "It doesn't get too powdery," says N.Y.C.
makeup artist Carolina
Gonzalez, who applies
it with a soft, natural bristle
$25; buy online now at bareescentuals.com.
6. Dr. Andrew Weil for Origins The Way of the Bath Body Lotion
We like to think of it as much more than a hydrator-it's an all-natural pick-me-up. Ginseng, jojoba seed oil and murumuru butter perk up dull, dry skin; the refreshing scent of green tea makes early wake-up calls a breeze.
$40/6.7 oz.; buy online now at origins.com.
7. L'Oreal Paris Bare Naturale Mineral Doux
"Very sheer" and "never blotchy" is how makeup artist Carolina Gonzalez
describes this weightless, skin-soothing mineral blush. Bonus: It lasts for hours, even on the most sweltering summer day.
$15; at drugstores.