April is Earth Month

It's Earth Month! In honor of our April issue, which has a focus on all things "eco" and "green," we've compiled a list of some hot new eco-friendly products.

Deserving Thyme Organic Body Balms: The new Care & Comfort Body Balm, Dry Skin Body Balm, and Sports Fan Body Balm are infused with beeswax, coconut oil, essential oils, and organic shea butter. www.deservingthyme.com

La Fresh Eco-Beauty Waterproof Makeup Remover: This makeup remover instantly dissolves even the most resistant eye and lip makeup and leaves no heavy residue. It is free of parabens, sulfates, alcohol, petrochemicals, glycols, dyes, PEGs, artificial fragrances, and animal byproducts, and it is made of 100 percent biodegradable wipe material. www.lafreshgroup.com

Suki Correct Coverage Concealer: This concealer actively corrects redness, blemishes, puffiness, fine lines, undereye circles, and wrinkles. This lightweight cream base is enhanced with 100 percent natural pigment minerals, and it works to not only correct, but prevent flaws while wearing it. www.sukiskincare.com

Vermont Soap Tea Tree Mint Foaming Hand Soap: This certified-organic foaming hand soap combines tea tree oil with the fresh scent of peppermint oil to deliver a healthier alternative to the petrochemical-based germ fighting products prevalent in the marketplace. www.vermontsoap.com

Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil: The lightweight nourishing oil treats and prevents cellulite by using pure, natural ingredients such as apricot kernel oil, organic jojoba seed oil, and vitamin-rich wheat germ oil to encourage the body’s system to tighten, smooth, and balance the skin. www.weleda.com


For more "green" products, check out the Spotlight section in the April digital issue of American Spa.

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