What is Blue Beauty?
If you think of ways to make your beauty products cruelty-free and eco-friendly, you might want to consider blue beauty products. Sounds familiar? Just like green products that are non-toxic, made of recyclable materials, blue beauty products are ocean-friendly.
The brands that follow this new sustainable beauty movement make sure their products are safe for the marine life, which includes being sustainable, minimizing carbon footprint, and are looking at ways to have a positive effect on the blue life. It is about limiting plastic waste, making the product easier to recycle and protecting the oceans from chemicals found in our beauty products, especially sunscreens.
If you are thinking of “going blue” then start by making the switch through your beauty products. Keep scrolling for our selection of the beauty products that are ocean-safe.
Pacifica Coconut Pro Strong & Long Creamy Oil mask
This vegan hair treatment is here not to only protect your hair color with its formula but also to protect the ocean, as it is free from petroleum, parabens, sulfates and phthalates and “coral reef-safe”, as shown on the pack.
Crème de la Mer, La Mer
As the name says “La Mer” (sea in French), this beauty brand makes sure all its products are safe for the marine life, it also launched the La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund in support of ocean conservation projects. One of its best products is La Crème de La Mer, which is a wonderful treatment for dry skin.
Coola, Classic Face Organic Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50
When we think of blue beauty, the first product we need to make sure that is ocean-friendly is sunscreen, because you are more like to put sunscreen on and take a dive in the ocean or the sea. Coola will make sure your sunscreen is safe for marine life, as it is organic, paraben-free, and 100% recyclable plant-based tube sourced from sugar cane.
Le Prunier, Plum Beauty Oil
To fight aging with the least damage on the environment and the ocean, Le Prunier has this Plum oil that will assure restore and refreshes your skin while recycling its raw materials and utilizing byproducts to eliminate waste.