Eco Beauty Earth Day Everyday: 15 Green Product Lines to Watch 4 15 All Images Full Article 49 Shares by Miriam Lacey 1. Tata Harper Farm-to-table has a completely new meaning with beauty brand Tata Harper. A portion of the ingredients are grown on the Harper farm in Vermont. The lip treatments ($28) are among our favorites. 2. LVX Little-known fact: April is also Animal Cruelty Awareness Month. So, 3. Vapour Organic Beauty Usually you don't ask questions about what's in your favorite makeup products. But with 100 percent natural Vapour Beauty, you don't have to. Try the Aura Multiuse Blush ($34) for a natural flush. 4. Sibu Beauty It's likely you haven't heard of the sea buckthorn berry, because it grows high in the Himalayas, but Sibu Beauty is bringing it down to sea level. We like the Hydrating Serum ($40) for your daily dose of omega nutrients. 5. Kahina Giving Beauty If you're devoted to the beauty oil craze, then Kahina is the ultimate source for certified organic argan oil. This brand is sustainable to its roots with recycled packaging and a charitable cause. Donations are regularly made to the Moroccan women harvesting the oils. Try the Argan Soap Trio ($48) to experience the brand. 6. Suntegrity When it comes to our everyday skin care routine, Suntegrity is one of the foundations. Their sunscreen smells like freshly squeezed tangerine juice, and it's incredibly gentle. It's a physical sunscreen, made with 20 percent zinc oxide, so you get broad-spectrum protection. Plus, it's also packed with goodies like aloe juice and cucumber extract. 7. Tay We love Tay's awesome bamboo packaging, and the stuff inside the bottles is pretty great, too. Try the Botanical Water ($28) for removing residue left over by cleanser or masks. 8. Ilia Lip color often has all kinds of questionable stuff in it: lead, artificial preservatives, and phthalates. The lip conditioners from Ilia ($24), however, are gorgeous, smell great, and have none of those issues. They're made almost entirely of hydrating, organically sourced oils, and the shades are truly outstanding. 9. Suki Suki is a combination of two big trends in skin care, blending organic ingredients and futuristic-sounding proprietary compounds. The company promises to use organic, fair trade, and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, and they've engineered their manufacturing process so that it has almost no carbon footprint. 10. Sheswai Lots of nail lacquers these days are made without formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP, but Sheswai takes things a step further by incorporating more sustainable packaging (like their wooden bottle caps). 11. Sprout Love the idea of freshly made skin care, but don't have a Lush nearby? You might want to order from Sprout, then. This Brooklyn-based brand requires that all its ingredients be certified organic, fair trade, or sourced from small family farms, and they cook everything up in new batches once a week. Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow gave them her GOOP-y seal of approval. 12. Duchess Marden If roses are your thing, you're going to love Duchess Marden. This brand's all plant-derived formulas center around Damascus rose oil, which smells great and hydrates wonderfully, too. 13. Melvita Melvita may not be a household name in the US yet, but in France, they've been the biggest organic brand for decades. Now they're beginning to launch stores stateside, and you can get their Continental take on natural beauty, complete with flower waters and pollen-based skin care. 14. Éminence Hungarian organics line Éminence is another European line that's recently jumped across the Atlantic and onto the US market. They have a wide range of skin care that focuses on aging and acne concerns, but they've also recently debuted a USDA-certified organic collection of body products. 15. Nourish Organic Food For Healthy Skin Finding a whole USDA-certified line of skin care in your grocery store isn't typically an option, but Whole Foods stocks the entire Nourish line of products. They're all truly, reliably organic, and the packaging, as you can see, is stunning.