June 30, 2014
Not only is Seattle, Washington known for their Super Bowl winning Seahawks, this city is also a great city for eco-friendly shopping and relaxing spa adventures. If you’re visiting Seattle or living there, you definitely need to stop by these Seattle eco-friendly salons and boutiques.
This salon offers haircuts, blowouts, coloring, conditioning treatments, and every type of waxing under the sun, all while using eco-friendly and natural products, like Davines and Kevin Murphy. Davines is one of the first Italian cosmetic brands to team up with LifeGate and adopt a Zero Impact policy, which means they fund forest creation and protection in Italy, Costa Riva, and Madagascar. Kevin Murphy products are made from renewable and sustainable resources, as well as pure essential oils, planet extract, and natural antioxidants. Plus, all of the Kevin Murphy products are sulphate and paraben-free.
This is another salon we tip our hat to because it’s dedicated to using naturally-based products that are free of ammonia, parabens, sulfates, formaldehyde and petrochemicals. Hazel Salon offers haircuts, coloring, styling, hair removal via sugaring and threading, skin treatments, and lash treatments. A few of the products they use are 100% Pure, LOMA, and Kimberly Sayer.
This chic, eco-friendly store carries only U.S.-made products that are made from organic or repurposed materials. At NuBe Green you’ll find bags by Peg and Awl, Alechemy Goods, and Sea Bags; Hats by Yellow108; and Jewelry by JJ Bolda, Baleen, and Tiffany Kunz. NuBe also carries children’s clothes and home décor. Plus, you don’t have to live in Seattle to purchase NuBe’s insanely fashionable products. You can order online. Phew!
This eco-friendly boutique carries unique jewelry, clothing, and accessories. All of the products Sassafras carries are locally designed and made! At Sassafras you’ll find designers like Lekkerlife, Make It Good, and Sahlia, and so much more!
If you’re living in or have visited Seattle, let us know your favorite eco-friendly salons and boutiques!
-Photo Credit: Flickr/Bala Sivakumar