1. Ecosumo is the on-line, one-stop green marketplace. Ecosumo sells everything from apparel to household cleaning items. All of their packaging is made from 100% recycled post consumer waste and they also invest in green technologies and non-profit green organizations. We love their Envirosax reusable shopping bag and water bottle combo. (pictured)
2. Bella Ve’ Skincare boasts being one of the first companies to offer natural, cosmeceutical skin care on the web. Bella Vé uses only recyclable containers and packaging material. Their products are free of artificial dyes or fragrances, sulfates and petrolatum.
3. Earthsake sources natural products including mattresses, bed linens, kids products and more and makes them available in one convenient location on the web. The family-owned business was founded in 1990 in honor of Earth Day’s 20th anniversary.
4. RealOrganicSkin.com carries a line of chemical-free body care products called simply, Skin. When founders Ellen Holder and Stephanie Simkins discovered they shared a passion for green living, they joined forces to create a skin care line that contains only organic and natural oils, each with a specific healing benefit. The line includes products for the hand, lips, feet and body.
5. Gap Adventures – By offering adventure-craving travelers an alternative to resorts, cruises and motorcoach tours, Gap Adventure Travel creates authentic, sustainable travel experiences unlike the ones you might be accustomed to. Want to celebrate 40 with a bang? Why not sail the Greek Islands with friends or hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu? With more than 200 tours priced under $1,000, your next big adventure might not be out of reach!