What does it mean to be eco-friendly? Well, it literally means earth-friendly or at least not harmful to the environment. People usually use this term when referring to products that contribute to “green living” or practices that people do to help conserve precious resources like water and energy. Eco-friendly products also aim to prevent unnecessary contributions to air, water and land pollution.
Trendchaser has a list of “eco trends” which showcases companies, designers, architects and others who are trying to counter climate change, and on a grand scale, are hoping to contribute to the wellness of the planet. From IKEA’s Space10 initiative to pop-up bike racks to compostable frozen treats packages, these are all eco-friendly trends that we all need to know about if we want to make even a tiny impact on our planet. And they’re also just really cool.
Schwan Cosmetics’ line Clean Beauty emphasizes transparency. Their cosmetics line feeds a growing consumer demand for products with more transparency, environmental responsibility, and safe and effective ingredients.
The products are made with no controversial ingredients like parabens, sulfates, chemical sunscreens, and synthetic fragrance. Instead, the brand focuses on using ethically sourced, eco-friendly materials. Dagmar Chlosta, the Chief Market Officer at Schwan Cosmetics, said: “Today’s consumers are leading an increasingly conscious lifestyle. With this comes a desire for transparency.”