The Talk: Earth-Friendly Products
The ladies of The Talk welcomed Chi-Lan Lieu to talk share some great earth-friendly products that you can feel great about buying. When it comes to being more eco-friendly, there are so many ways you can contribute that you may not even know about.
The Talk: G Wear Recycled Shirts Review
The first product Chi-Lan Lieu shared was clothing from G Wear. She said the clothing is unique, and eco-friendly because they’re hand sewn in the United States from recycled t-shirts.
I went ahead and checked out the website to find out more and saw they even had sports themed apparel. As a former college volleyball player, I was beyond excited to see this! Check out these great earth-friendly volleyball shirts, and while you’re there check out the rest of their apparel.
The Talk: We Wood Watches Review
The next product she shared was We Wood Watches. They’re watches made from reclaimed wood, and have no chemicals or dyes in them. Better yet, We Wood Watches has partnered with Trees for the Future and planted over 3,000 trees across the world. We Wood Watches are trendy, a great conversation starter, and of course, eco-friendly!
If you go to their website, they have proudly displayed the words, “You buy a watch. We plant a tree.” How great is that?
The Talk: ICU Eco Eyewear Review + Soma Water Carafe & Filter
Then, Chi-Lan Lieu shared eco-friendly eyewear from ICU Eco-Eyewear. ICU Eyewear created a wonderful line of fully recyclable and renewable eyewear that you can wear without feeling guilty.
She then shared a great way to combine form and function. The Soma water carafe and filter can sit right on your counter top and creates clean water and looks great.
The Talk: GreenPan Non-Stick Cookware Review
She also shared a cool twist on non-stick cook-wear. GreenPan created a line of healthy, ceramic non-stick cookware that lets you use less oil and releases effortlessly when it comes to food and cleaning.
The Talk: Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Masque Review
Lastly, Chi-Lan Lieu shared a beauty product that comes from the earth and is super eco-friendly. She shared Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Masque. She said they created limited edition labels and all proceeds go to Recycle Across America.