Eco Hot List special: Shop well with these planet-friendly buys from haircare to lingerie

Going green looks good (Picture: Getty/ Metro.co.uk) As the climate crisis worsens, we all need to be more mindful of what we buy. Thankfully, the fashion and beauty world is tuned into our planet’s needs and are upping their sustainability game with ethical, reusable and renewable products. In this week’s Hot List, we’re celebrating eco fashion, beauty and homeware with non-toxic cleaning products, serums and renewable sunnies. Haircare refill stations Blue Tit will fill in the blanks (Picture: Blue Tit) Sustainable hair salon collective Blue Tit offers refill stations in all its salons, with 25% off for bringing back your amber glass bottle and refilling it with organic hair products that are good for you and the planet. It is the first salon in Europe to achieve BCorp certification of environmental performance. Visit Blue Tit’s website for more details UpCircle Face Serum Circular serum on the upcycle (Picture: UpCircle) Organic, vegan, 100% natural ingredients, and made using coffee oil repurposed from used coffee ground, skin-brightening UpCircle Face Serum is rich in vitamin C from rosehip and buckthorn oils and has won multiple awards. It comes in a glass bottle with plastic-free refills. Buy it for £14.99 from UpCircle Neat eco-friendly cleaning range Neat cleaning products are planet positive (Picture: Neat) Neat is a new range of eco-friendly cleaning products that cut down on waste with no single-use plastic. Neat also offers refillable concentrated minis in a refillable aluminium spray bottle. The Neat Essentials Bundle covers anti-bacterial cleaners bathrooms, surfaces and windows. Buy it for £22 from Neat Dora Larsen lingerie collection Sustainable gets sexy with Larsen (Picture: Dora Larsen) Founded in 2016 by Georgia Larsen, Dora Larsen is an ethical lingerie brand that’s modern, stylish and sustainable, using recycled and organic materials and compostable packaging. The microfibre Cydney bra, £60, and high-waist knicker, £40, are trimmed with recycled-yarn lace to create a flattering silhouette. Shop the collection at Dora Larsen Féroce eyewear collection Renewable sunglasses (Picture: Féroce) New York eyewear label Féroce makes all its sunglasses from Mazzucchelli acetate, high-quality cellulose from renewable sources of wood pulp and natural cotton fibres. Its innovative Revive programme allows customers to sell back their glasses in exchange for credit. We love the speckled Heather glasses. Available from £90 at Féroce Lick eco wallerpaper range Painting a rosy future (Picture: Lick) Thanks to all that time we’ve spent indoors over the past year, interiors are having a fashion moment. Lick has made it easier to be eco-conscious with a range of paints low in toxic chemicals, alongside FCS-certified wallpapers, and wooden, bamboo and recycled plastic paintbrushes, rollers and paint trays. The range is vegan, while Lick plants a tree for each roll of wallpaper sold and cleans up 18g of ocean plastic for each tin of paint bought. Buy it for £125 per roll from Lick This article contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission on purchases made through one of these links but this never influences our experts’ opinions. Products are tested and reviewed independently of commercial initiatives. Do you have a story to share? Get in touch by emailing MetroLifestyleTeam@Metro.co.uk. [metro-link title=”How to make your own shampoo bar” url=”https://metro.co.uk/2021/08/29/how-to-make-your-own-shampoo-bar-15162917/”/] [metro-link title=”How to use makeup to pretend you’re not tired after a late night” url=”https://metro.co.uk/2021/08/31/makeup-to-cheat-a-revived-complexion-on-tired-days-15180219/”/] [metro-link title=”Five popular facial treatments that could actually be damaging your skin” url=”https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/01/five-popular-facial-treatments-that-could-be-damaging-your-skin-15186787/”/]

Eco Hot List special: Shop well with these planet-friendly buys from haircare to lingerie

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