For The Eco-Lover

For The Eco-Lover
Whether you have to cater to a particularly eco-loving gal or just want something that smells like a garden floral, we've got you covered. From the superficial--Balenciaga's rosy scent--to totally compostable, like Lite + Cycle's biodegradable candle, there's a whole spectrum from which to choose.Balenciaga Paris Florabotanica Eau de Parfum ($95)
Kristen Stewart didn't wear perfume until she met this scent, which is classified by the French fashion house as "an experimental rose." It's floral and powdery, with complex green notes reminiscent of a botanical garden.

Origins Brightening Mascara ($18)
This totally natural mascara takes lashes from plain to plump with a fat brush and smooth black formula.

Bite Beauty Bite Size Discovery Set ($25)
This kit boasts five shades of lipstick so natural they're edible, set in a mirrored case the size of an Altoids tin.

Neutrogena Naturals Lip Balm ($3)
Vitamin E and bionutrients moisturize lips without petrochemicals and parabens--two chemicals very common in lip balms!

Lite + Cycle Vetiver Candle ($32)
This candle is compostable, organically cultivated in Haiti, and full of aromatherapy benefits thanks to its essential oils.

Sprout Shea Butter ($32)
Besides providing intense moisture to skin and vintage charm to your vanity, this body cream packs just three natural ingredients: shea butter, extra virgin olive oil, and coconut oil.

Zoya Ornate Holiday Winter Nail Polish Collection ($48)
Six festive shades that will work over the holidays and into the new year. Zoya polish is cruelty-free, vegan, and made without the chemicals usually found in polish, like formaldehyde and toluene.

Lush Ceridwen's Cauldron ($8)
This potion has cocoa butter and walnut oil for a spa-level soak. Drop the bag into the tub, let it dissolve, and use the leftover oats in the muslin sack to exfoliate your skin.

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EXPLORE: Gift Guide, Kristen Bell, Balenciaga, Bite Beauty, Sprout, Origins, Zoya, Lush, Lite + Cycle
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