Gifts for Vegans: 3 Best Vegan, Organic, Eco Beauty Bundles Under $50

Discover a curated list of the best gifts for vegans, feat. some of the best vegan, organic, eco friendly beauty bundle gifts under $50. Discover a curated list of the best gifts for vegans, feat. some of the best vegan, organic, eco friendly beauty bundle gifts under $50.

Kit by: Jake & Audrey
Co-Founders | Agreeable & Co.

This is our 3rd installment of the “gifts for vegans” series. As you could have probably surmised from the title, this kit is a kit of kits featuring some of the best organic, vegan and ethically-crafted beauty brands.

We curated each of the three kits below to focus on a certain part of one’s beauty routine. The first kit is geared towards deep skin and hair hydration and repair, with three plant-based essential oils; the second is a bundle of two Fair Trade Shea body and hand lotions; and the third kit is for all-around hair care with healing plant, essential oils.

Since this kit of kits is part of the “gifts for vegans” series, we’ve added a video (directly below) that details a few helpful DIY tips for wrapping gifts with everyday home objects, like magazine pages and un-used clothes. You know us, we’re always trying to find low impact solutions.

Gifts for Vegans: 3 Best Vegan, Organic, Eco Beauty Bundles Under $50

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All You Need, Deep Skin & Hair Hydration Kit – Botanical Essential Oils
Kit Curated By: Jake & Audrey

A Conscious Kit

Vitamin E is a well-known nutrient for hair and skin health that’s been used for quite a while — but we’ve also included Cucumber Seed Oil and Jojoba Oil, both essential plant oils that offer deep skin moisturizing and hydration. If you’re a tad curious, this is a helpful page we used to research the benefits of Jojoba oil.

We also found a section on their website that tells you how to use these oils if you’re a newcomer.
1. FACE: Add oil to your facial moisturizer, facial cleanser and make-up remover.
2. SKIN: Add oil to your body lotion, hand cream and sunscreen. Apply a few drops of this oil directly on nails and cuticles. Add vitamin E oil to your pure moisturizing carrier oils.
3. HAIR, SCALP: Add oil to your shampoo and conditioner.
Price: $30.97

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100% Organic, Vegan, Antioxidant Vitamin E Oil (Lavender Essential Oils) – Deep Moisturizing for Skin & Hair
By: Bella Terra Oils

RATING

100% Organic, Vegan, Cold-pressed, Unrefined Cucumber Seed Oil – Deep Moisturizing for Skin & Hair
By: Bella Terra Oils

RATING

100% Organic, Vegan, Cold-pressed, Unrefined Jojoba Oil – Deep Moisturizing for Skin & Hair
By: Bella Terra Oils

RATING


Fair Trade, Organic Shea Hand & Body Moisturizing Lotion Bundle
Kit Curated By: Jake & Audrey

A Conscious Kit

Astrida Naturals is a relatively new beauty brand on the Fair Trade Shea scene. (Yes, we just said that.) According to their site, Astrida Naturals line of Shea-based face, body and fragrance products is “formulated with sustainable, ethically sourced natural ingredients such as fair trade, organic shea butter, botanicals, essential oils and organic natural fragrances.” In our opinion, moisturizing hand and body lotions make for a solid gift — everyone uses them.
Price: $40.00

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Handmade, Lemon Verbena Hand & Body Lotion with Organic, Fair Trade Shea
By: Astrida Naturals

RATING

Handmade, Shea Butter Hand & Body Lotion with Organic, Fair Trade Shea (Fragrance-Free)
By: Astrida Naturals

RATING


All Natural, Vegan Hair Care Bundle
Kit Curated By: Jake & Audrey

A Conscious Kit

A favorite, socially responsible and sustainable beauty brand of ours is Foxbrim. We interviewed them a bit ago. If you’re more curious about their practices and what they stand for, we’ll link to the interview, here. We curated this kit of their products to focus on hair health and repair — so if you’re planning on getting a gift for someone who cares about their hair (i.e., virtually everyone), then we recommend this kit.
Price: $46.93

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100% Natural, Vegan Argan Oil Hair Repair – Soften, Protect & Repair (+ Jojoba & Coconut Oil)
By: Foxbrim

RATING

Soft & Light Detangler Spray, 100% Natural, Vegan (Castor & Neem Oils, Aloe Vera & Vitamin E)
By: Foxbrim

RATING

100% Pure Organic Neem Oil – Nutrient Rich Oil, Moisturizes Hair & Scalp
By: Foxbrim

RATING


View Our Research Standards.

Each of our six badges has its own unique set of metrics. These are some of the qualities (i.e., metrics) we try to look into when assessing a product and brand with respect to each of our badges:

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Socially Responsible (purple triangle):
+ Does the company abide by Fair Trade Practices, or is it Fair Trade Certified;
+ Is there a commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR);
+ Is the company philanthropic – does it donate goods or services to environmental or humanitarian efforts;
+ Does the brand promote corporate transparency;
+ Are there any community engagement initiatives set in place;
+ Does the company communicate healthy and equitable working conditions along the supply chain;
+ Does the brand abide by fair and honorable employment values;
+ Is there a disclosure of sourcing methods, and are such materials or ingredients sourced responsibly;
+ Does the brand have a cause-driven mission towards human & environmental health & well-being.
*We do not conduct in-person audits. Oftentimes we will consult the language and standards set by third-party certifications and seals such as Fair Trade Certified, B Corp Certified, Rainforest Alliance Certified, Green America Certified, etc. We will, however, do independent research with respect to certain badges and utilize peer-reviewed articles. Also, please note that according to the Journal of Economics and the EPA, “social responsibility” does include practices and commitments that support environmental health and well-being; thus, the qualities of this badge may overlap with our other badges.

Eco-Conscious (red triangle):
+ Does the company practice sustainable modes of production;
+ Is the product composed of materials and/or ingredients that are biodegradable;
+ Are the materials and/or ingredients compostable;
+ Does the company have carbon reduction or mitigation strategies set in place;
+ Do the involved materials and/or ingredients have a relatively low environmentally impact;
+ Does the company utilize reduce or reuse principles in their facilities;
+ Does the company use renewable or efficient energy technologies in the production of their good(s);
+ Are there practices in place that work to maintain ecosystem biodiversity;
+ Is environmental stewardship a part of their business model.
*We aim to be transparent and objective when it comes to labeling a product as “Eco-Conscious”, and reject “greenwashing”. According to marketing and advertising standards set by The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Green Guides, it is most accurate to communicate not that a product is necessarily “good” for the environment, but that it is a “better environmental alternative”. This is the message we aim to communicate in labeling a product as “Eco-Conscious”.

Quality Materials/Ingredients (M/I) (green triangle):
+ Does the product contain organic or certified organic m/i;
+ Is there a significant degree of m/i ‘naturalness’;
+ Is the product non-GMO or Verified Non-GMO;
+ Are the m/i biodegradable;
+ Are the m/i compostable;
+ Do the m/i raise little to no concern in terms of m/i toxicity;
+ Is the product treated with harsh chemicals;
+ Is there a healthy ratio of synthetic or artificial m/i to natural m/i;
*For select “Pantry” products, we may look into health and nutritional value.
*For select products, we may consult reviews to assess m/i effectiveness.
*Generally, these are the ingredients that we try to steer clear of: Acesulfame-K (acesulfame potassium), Acetylated ester of mono- and diglycerides, Ammonium chloride, Antibiotics, Artificial colors (Synthetic and FD&C Certified), Artificial flavors, Aspartame, Astaxanthin, Azodicarbonamide, Bentonite, Benzoates, BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole), BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene), Bisulfites, Bromated flour, Brominated vegetable oil (BVO), Calcium bromate, Calcium disodium, EDTA, Calcium peroxide, Calcium propionate, Calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate, Calcium sorbate, Caprocaprylobehenin Carmine, DATEM (diacetyl tartaric and fatty acid esters of mono and diglycerides), Diglycerides (acceptable in supplements), Dimethylpolysiloxane, Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (DSS), Disodium calcium EDTA, Disodium dihydrogen, Disodium guanylate (GMP), Disodium succinate, Dimethylamylamine (DMAA)… Read more at Free From 101.

To see the rest of our badges and read our full list of indicators, please visit our “About” page.

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