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Shop for eco-friendly products through Amazon’s new mall

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There are many ways to celebrate Earth Day, which takes place on Friday, April 22. For many, now is a good time to consider more sustainable brands for everything from clothing to homewares and beauty products. Amazon recently launched a new page called Amazon Conscious to offer buyers a selection of selected products, all made with respect for the environment.

The page gives buyers the opportunity to purchase green products ranging from Clothes and bedding for skin care and bathroom essentials. There are even special collections on the page that let you browse products that meet specific criteria, like items made from organic or recycled materials. There are many options for men’s and women’s clothing, including tops, bottoms, jackets, sleepwear, and even denim. For example, these cropped straight leg jeans costs less than $50 and are made from Global recycling standard (GRS) certified recycled denim, which means they contain at least 50% recycled material.

Plus, you can enhance your skincare routine with cleansers, body washes, and lotions like this. nourishing body cream which has a 10% off coupon on the page. The soothing cream is vegan, fragrance-free and not tested on animals. Plus, it’s been dermatologist tested, contains moisturizing shea butter and Vitamin Eand is EWG verifiedmeaning the products are free from harmful chemicals.

Amazon Aware Hydrating Facial Cleanser and Balancing Facial Moisturizer on a bathroom sink.

You can buy eco-friendly skincare products through Amazon Aware. / Amazon

The products offered on the page must meet specific criteria and obtain third-party sustainability certificates through Amazon Respectful of the climate commitment program. This program determines whether products provide improvements in at least one area of ​​sustainability. Several third-party certifications are used depending on the product, such as the Rainforest Alliance, which means that the products are produced using sustainable farming methods. There is also Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), a label that indicates that all the textiles used are entirely organic. In addition to the specific certifications used for products, items must also be carbon neutral. This is calculated by ClimatePartneran organization that verifies a product’s carbon footprint and develops strategies for it to become neutral, such as using carbon offset projects.

Although this page hasn’t been around for long, there are some reviews of what Amazon calls “vine voicewhich has nothing to do with the forgotten social media platform. These are shoppers who have been invited to the program by Amazon based on the helpful and trustworthy reviews they have written of previously purchased products. They are not paid to do this, and they are not expected to write only positive reviews.

Head to the Amazon homepage to learn more about these environmentally friendly products.