As people worldwide celebrate Earth Day, we wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the environmentally friendly companies that have been created and run by some of the biggest Hollywood celebrities. To kick off our list is Jessica Alba and her business baby, The Honest Company.
Alba is focused on "Real conscious living." The Honest Company has baby products and care essentials, as well as makeup and beauty lines, clothing, and a collection of eco-friendly cleaning supplies! According to her website, Jessica's top priority is not making customers "Choose between what works and what's good for you."
Next is Step Forward Paper, created by award-winning actor Woody Harrelson in 2012. His innovative company is Canadian-based and has committed to "Creating a sustainable future and a better planet" by making paper made from 80% wheat instead of trees, according to www.stepforwardpaper.com.
Leaning into sustainable accessories is Nikki Reed's company, BaYou with Love. The actress' creation works to resource sustainably sourced rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more! According to her website, the brand is focused on "Sustainable, ethical fashion, and production," which helps you look good and feel good!
Pharrell Williams is a partner of Bionic Yarn, a company that focuses on collecting recycled materials to create "High-grade textiles and polymers." So, what runs this company that's so marine-focused? Making sure Earth has "A positive impact on society and our natural environment," according to bionicyarn.com. Last but not certainly not least is an eco-friendly company started by none other than Millie Bobby Brown. The Stranger Things actress has been spearheading her new brand focused on creating a company that opts in to only using "Vitamins, antioxidants, and botanicals," and out of "Parabens, sulfates, and animal testing."
The actress has created makeup, skincare products, and many more items! If you're curious about what Millie's makeup shades would look like on your own face, head to her website, Florence By Mills, to try out her "Virtual Try-On" option. Who knew there was a digital way to save on single-use testers? Well done, Bobby Brown!