Certified Fair Trade Makeup from 3 Brands
We focus a lot on the safety of animals when it comes to the products we use, but we also have to think about our fellow humans, brothers and sisters that farm, manufacture or hand-make the items we love.
What does fair trade mean exactly?
A basic definition of fair trade is the practice of buying goods directly from producers in developing countries at a fair price.
The Fair Trade certification in the US has rigorous fair trade standards, which drive income sustainability, community and individual well-being, empowerment, and environmental stewardship.
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.
These brands honestly have the only fair trade makeup I could find. I’d love if you shared this with a friend and made fair trade makeup the popular choice, just like cruelty-free! Protected people and protected animals. 💜
PETA certified cruelty-free
Strives to use locally made, recyclable and non-toxic packaging
Does not use nut oils
Their makeup is highly rated!
Odylique is recognized by the UK’s Fair Trade Foundation.
Uses fair trade sugar cane from Paraguay in their skincare products
Uses organic shea butter in their sun cream, lipsticks and eye/lip pencils harvested and produced in Ghana by a women’s Fairtrade cooperative
Learn more here
Essential Eye Duo (Mascara & Eye Pencil)
You can use these for contouring, highlighting, lip color, blush and eyeshadow!
Made in San Francisco, California
All products without beeswax are certified Vegan by Vegan Action through the Vegan Awareness Foundation
Products named organic are USDA certified organic by CCOF
Cocokind Impact Foundation provides financial grants between $2,500 to $10,000 to female entrepreneurs in the health, wellness, and sustainability industries who are focused on creating social impact through business
Uses Fair Trade Certified™ organic virgin coconut oil
Which product would you like to try? I use Cocokind’s full brow balm and their macabeet stick.
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& remember to allow your authentic self to empower the women around you