The Best Cheap Sustainable Brands

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable Brands. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Dosso Beauty

This product was recommended by Gabriella Craig from Transformation PR

Based out of Philadelphia, Dosso Beauty was founded on the desire to create an affordable Black and Woman owned brand featuring all organic products. Kadidja Dosso created her first business plan for Dosso Beauty on Hampton University’s campus in 2016. In two years, she was able to build her own Organic Beauty Empire. Through her work, she gained recognition from Pharrell Williams, and went on to win the Black Ambition prize. Kadidja Dosso has committed the company to remaining eco-friendly through sourcing, packaging, ingredients and all other processes. Kadidja has traveled globally to find the top eco-friendly ingredients for her products and has dedicated herself and her company to protecting the environment.

Thoughts

This product was recommended by Alexandra Watson from Wickfree Candles

Thought carries a variety of clothing, from dresses you can wear to the office to loungewear and comfy socks if you’re chilling (or working) at home. In addition, they use eco-conscious materials like organic cotton & Tencel, and you can find zero plastic in their packaging, Thought is a great, value for money, cheap sustainable brand.

Gondwana Ecotours

This product was recommended by Sarah Holmes from Whatyurt

As you travel with this brand you will get to enjoy nature sceneries through forests where you will encounter animals such as baboons. Whatever meals you enjoy and the activities you enjoy with this company are absolutely eco-friendly. They have a goal at promoting sustainability.

SoapStandle

This product was recommended by Hope Vista Oberwanowicz from Trent & Company, Inc.

We’ve all heard of the standard soap dish, but they aren’t the most functional piece of decor to add to your bathroom countertop. Soap dishes create goo on the bottom of bar soap, because they don’t allow the soap to dry. Instead of wasting your money on another dysfunctional soap dish, how about using a simple stand for your bar soap? SoapStandle is a handy and eco-friendly bathroom must that sinks its “teeth” into bar soap, creating a platform that keeps the soap elevated on the soap dish, allowing the bar soap to shed water and dry so “goo” is a thing of the past. Made of recyclable material, SoapStandle is a nifty solution to eliminating “goo,” and it can extend the life of bar soap by 30%.

Tentree

This product was recommended by Mia K. from HerPaperRoute

True to its name, Tentree plants ten trees for every item you buy from them. They’re also committed to using sustainable fabrics and use only organic or recycled materials, such as lyocell, organic cotton, and recycled polyester.

Quince

This product was recommended by Max Shak from SurvivalGearShack

It is Quince’s mission to make luxurious pieces at affordable prices so everyone can afford the best. Using sustainable materials such as organic cotton, linen, Mulberry silk, and cashmere, the team creates sleek and stylish designs that will last. In addition to sharing more about wages and working conditions, Quince provides transparent information about its partner factories. In need of inspiration-or simply to make your shopping experience easier-I look to the Capsules section!

Bleeker and Rowe

This product was recommended by Jack Williams from Handyman Reviewed

This eco-friendly toothbrush is vegan-friendly in addition to being biodegradable and sustainable. They made sure the toothbrush set was cruelty-free so you could practice good oral hygiene and still protect all living things.

The Humble Co.

This product was recommended by Jack Williams from Handyman Reviewed

These eco-friendly, plant-based toothpicks and gum floss pick, as opposed to toothpicks made entirely of plastic, help reduce environmental stress while still providing superior oral and gum care.

Out of the Woods

This product was recommended by Jack Williams from Handyman Reviewed

This vegan backpack is made of actual paper. Supernatural Paper, as its name suggests, is created by bonding tree cellulose from sustainably managed forests to produce a superior paper that makes this backpack lightweight.

COLONY CO

This product was recommended by Eleanor Fletcher from The Best Brisbane

These are ideal for purchasing produce, especially fruits. You won’t ever require plastic produce bags again if you bring a few of these with you whenever you visit your neighborhood market. The bags are made without synthetic fibers like polyester or nylon and are made from unbleached, chemical-free material. Every single bag has the Global Organic Textile Standard (G.O.T.S.) certification label, which verifies every stage of production, from farm to factory.

Blueland

This product was recommended by Eleanor Fletcher from The Best Brisbane

Each tablet is packaged in completely compostable home-based materials, reducing plastic waste and transportation-related emissions. Additionally, in collaboration with Plastic Bank, Tirtyl collects the equivalent of a 16 oz bottle’s worth of plastic meant for the ocean with each tablet sold.

Caboo

This product was recommended by Eleanor Fletcher from The Best Brisbane

This is made of viscose derived from sustainably grown bamboo, which can regrow in as little as three to four months as opposed to trees, which can take up to thirty years. Wipes that can be flushed and are safe for use in RV and marine sanitation systems. For campers and boats, there are the ideal compostable camping wipes.

BioGo

This product was recommended by Abigail Richards from Tech President

One of the most sustainable brands is bioGo. They sell environment-friendly products that are reusable and sustainable. Their products are cleanly-sourced too so you don’t have to worry where they came from. They sell mugs and cups that are perfect for travelling because they are reusable, leakproof, and can handle and keep hot temperature beverages. Hence, they are really a good brand.

Hudson Childrenswear

This product was recommended by Sharon Sanders from Philadelphia Weekly

My babies used the Hudson Baby Cotton Scratch Mittens as toys when they were babies. These mittens are made from 100% cotton and feature an elastic closure, ensuring that they stay on the baby’s hands. They are also very soft and hypoallergenic and my babies never had an allergic reaction with them. They are also machine-wash friendly so they are very easy to clean. Each set comes with 10 mittens of varying designs.

Kotn

This product was recommended by Joshua Tibando from FindStorageFast

Kotn which is a great brand to shop for ethical wardrobe. Designs are minimal, subtle and refined, making it classy and decent. Furthermore, they have a lot of unisex designs making it easy to shop for men and women. Their clothing price ranges from $30 to $130. They are expensive for a good reason as they use sustainably sourced materials which are good for our skin and eco-friendly packaging which is good for our environment. Since they use biological materials, they produce limited quantities and unique designs further adding to its costs.

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