Check Out These Seven Sustainable Companies

A few months ago, I accidentally liked a sponsored post on Instagram. When I scrolled back up to unlike the photo, I found that it was by a company called Wholesome Culture. The picture was of a shirt with a monarch butterfly on it. After doing some digging through their feed, I learned that each of their shirts is made to order, dyed with water based ink, and a portion of the profit goes to charity. I chose to follow them. As a result, my Instagram feed was flooded with ads from other sustainable, environmentally friendly companies. Below is a list of companies that I now follow and buy products from because of their sustainable practices.

  • ShellyCove

Each shirt from ShellyCove is made from used water bottles and a portion of its profit goes to sea turtle rescue, clean water, or feeding young children.

(Photo credit to ShellyCove)

  • Wholesome Culture

Each shirt is printed by order, using water based ink. A percentage of the profits goes to animal sanctuaries. The shipping packages are recyclable too.

  • Sandcloud

Their products are made from used plastic and 10% of the profits go to marine conservation.

Misty Rays Towel

(Photo credit to Sandcloud)

  • Happy Clothing Company

Every product purchased from this company provides 10 meals to hungry children around the world.

Life of Adventure Woven Patch <br> Mid-Profile Snapback - The Happy Clothing Company... Outdoor apparel with a cause.

(Photo credit Happy Clothing Company)

  • Pura Vida

They support multiple different causes. It says where they donate in the bracelet title.

  • Morphe

Morphe’s products are cruelty free. When shopping at Morphe, you can use the code adoptlove to donate to adoption.

  • LUSH

LUSH sells their products in reusable tins and compostable bags. Their products are completely vegan and are not tested on animals.  Different products donate to different foundations.

Image result for lush charity pot

(Photo credit to LUSH)