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Is Fair Trade Beauty Also Clean, Eco-Friendly and Cruelty-Free?
The answer in short, is yes! When explaining what fair trade beauty is, it’s important to reference all the trendy buzzwords associated with beaut...
Fair Trade Beauty From Central & South America
When we shop for beauty, we all know to look for products that are clean, sustainable, and cruelty free.  But as conscious and well-meaning as we a...
Why Fair Trade Beauty Matters
The term “fair trade” pops up pretty frequently nowadays. It’s everywhere from produce stickers and chocolate bar labels to bags of coffee, dried g...
7 Uncommon Face Oils You’ll Want to Slather on Your Skin
Face oils have risen in popularity over the last few years, and rightfully so! The precious liquids extracted from various seeds and plants help ...
Say Hello to Saffron, Your Skin’s New Best Friend
If you’re comfortable in the kitchen, you might have used saffron at some point, accenting risotto or a bowl of bouillabaisse, but would you ever ...
Dr. Stephan Helary's Botanical Beauty, Terres D'Afrique
Have you ever looked into the background of the skincare products you use? Sadly, a lot of us don’t, and we end up supporting brands that don’t va...
Save Your Skin, the Planet & Your Beach Bag with this Fair Trade Mineral Based SPF
Tired of your sunscreen spilling in your bag? The mineral based, reef-safe and sweat resistant Broad Spectrum SPF from the Guatemalan brand Tierra...
Use Your Purchasing Power to Put People and the Planet First
Over the last several months of sheltering at home with my family and creating Beautyologie, I’ve learned a lot of about international fair trade ...
The Queen of Fair-Trade Skincare
Back in 2003 before "indie beauty" or "fair-trade" were the trendy terms they are now, Rahama Wright went to Africa with the Peace Corps where she ...
What is a Triple Bottom Line Business?
Ever hear the term Triple Bottom Line, but not sure exactly what it means? In economics, it basically refers to companies that commit to focusing ...
These Women Need Your Help Today
On my trip to India last year with The Solo Female Traveler's Networ, one of the excursions included a visit to Sheroes Hangout, a cafe run by fem...
Beauty Brands That Give Back
Shopping for beauty products is as much a luxury as it is a basic need. At the very least, we all need to follow the guidelines of personal hygiene...
Fair Trade is a global movement designed to help producers in developing countries achieve decent and sustainable trade relationships. They help create solutions to issues such as overuse of natural resources, poor working conditions, equal rights, women’s empowerment, refugee livelihoods and sustainable farming.

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