If you’re anything like me, summer shopping is always a gradual process. From finding that pair of shorts that fits perfectly to deciding where to vacation, I need all the help I can get. Thankfully, our sustainable summer shopping guide made this year’s checklist easy to complete. Use our links to check out these brands, and read more extensively about their environmental efforts.

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Eco Hotels is the perfect place to plan your vacation. This company believes tourism has the potential to be used for good; that’s why they have an extensive list of hotels that are committed to sustainability. Their efforts extend even further than that, as they partnered with Plastic Exchange to plant one tree for each booking. You can find a place to stay in 150 different countries through the Eco Hotels website. Use our link to book your stay now!

Gone to the water

MARDA combines modern swimwear and sustainability to create a men’s line with a purpose. This company uses the best Japanese fabric technology that makes comfortable and quality clothing with a highly green focus. With each purchase, the brand donates a percentage of each pair to The Ocean Cleanup. This investment will make you feel and look good while enjoying your summer.

Vitamin A wants you to look and feel good this summer by supporting their sustainable swimwear that creates fabric from recycled and plant-based materials. The positive impact does not end there. Through each purchase, you will donate to organizations supporting protecting the ocean through Vitamin A’s partnership with 1% For The Planet. Use our link for $40 off a 100-dollar purchase!

Fashion Fanatic

Made Trade has all the accessories, clothing and shoes you can choose from this summer. This company is woman-owned, family-run, and a small business. Made Trade’s values are extensive including fair trade, made in the USA, BIPOC owned, sustainability, veganism, and much more. When you shop on their website, you support many different companies that support at least two of these values.

Girlfriend Collective has the perfect collection for active women. When I think of summer, I think of hiking, biking, traveling, and outdoor yoga. This company believes in ethical manufacturing and recycled materials, which is why they are SA8000 certified. Along with their outstanding efforts, Girlfriend carries a wide range of clothes from XXS to 6XL. You can now shop for their new gym bag and new bras.

Outdoor voices are committed to protecting our playground. When I think of summer, I think of hiking, biking, traveling, and other outdoor activities. At Outdoor Voices, you can find the perfect outdoor wear while showing your style. Their products are designed with our environment in mind, using raw materials in fabrics and packaging and partnering with organizations such as WWF, The Nature Conservancy, and CHOOSE.

Make sure you take advantage of their 20% off your first order of over $100. 

For Your Skin

One Ocean Beauty cares for your skin and our planet. Their clean, clinically proven skincare is sustainably sourced and cruelty-free. They also have four certifications, including Positive Luxury, that confirm you are buying from a company that stands by its sustainable claims. One Ocean Beauty has partnered with Oceana to donate a portion of its sales to the organization. Make sure you grab a Summers Skin Essentials Kit to keep your skin hydrated, firm, and free of wrinkles.

Bask will protect your skin from the harsh summer rays in a better way for you and the environment. Their non-oily, easy-to-apply sunscreen is free of paraben, sulfate, oxybenzone, cruelty-free, and 100% vegan. Bask knows the importance of skin protection. They noted that 1 in 5 people will get skin cancer by age 70, which is why they donate 10% of sales proceeds and ten of thousands of sunscreen per year to their nonprofit partners. 

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Curie is a natural deodorant company working to improve the products you use on your skin and our planet. They make their products with no aluminum, cancer-causing ingredients, parabens, and more. Everything in the packaging is recyclable, and the deodorant sticks and tubes are of post-consumer recycled materials. Simply the Basics aims to restore women living in homelessness, and Curie is a proud donator to this organization. With five sticks of deodorant purchased on their site, one is donated to Simply the Basics.

Drink Connoisseur

Public Goods has all the snacks you need when you are outside this summer. Their food is always safe as they only work with manufacturers that meet their standards for ethics and sustainability. If you are vegan or vegetarian, they have included your diet in their food options. Public Goods has partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects to combat climate change. For every new member, this nonprofit plants a tree. Use our link to browse your beach snacks!

Recess has a charming collection of hemp and adaptogen-infused sparkling waters, each made with a purpose. Their mood powder takes your average drink to a new level of purpose with its blend of electrolytes and magnesium. This drink is made with real fruit and CBD and is perfect for the summertime.

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As always, we’d love to hear from you. Let us know what product is your favorite from this year’s summer shopping guide on our Instagram @cada_culture and @cada_consult or in the comments. Make sure you check out our previous gift guides and stay updated on our seasonal releases!