11 green products to pack for your summer vacay

May 15 2017 by
Categories : Travel

Minimize your environmental footprint when you’re abroad with these travel must-haves.

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    © thedetoxmarket.ca
    This organic beauty brand’s products are made from rahua, palo santo and morete oils harvested sustainably from the Amazon rainforest.

    Rahua The Jet Setter Kit ($45) at thedetoxmarket.ca.
     
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    © net-a-porter.com
    Travel tip: pack a bathing suit and coverup – like this bright Mara Hoffman number made of viscose from the pulp of sustainably harvested trees –  in your carryon. That way you can still hit the beach even if your luggage gets lost.

    Mara Hoffman Cover-Up ($307) at net-a-porter.com.
     
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    © maison-de-mode.com
    This travel bag is made by hand in Brazil.

    Bottletop Candice Bag ($1,550) at maison-de-mode.com.


     
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    © net-a-porter.com
    Because it’s inevitable you’ll spill some red wine on your fave white linen pants, try these plant-derived detergents, which are also free from petroleum, phosphate, bleach and parabens.

    The Laundress Travel Pack Fabric Care Set ($68.47) at net-a-porter.com.
     
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    © maison-de-mode.com
    This handcrafted scarf can double as a pillow or blanket during long flights.

    Yanvalou Designs Guardian Eye Cashmere Blend Scarf ($144) at maison-de-mode.com.

     
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    © kowtow.com
    Slouchy cardigans are both super chic and super comfy. This one is made from fair trade organic cotton.

    Kowtow Last Days Slouch Cardigan ($349), at kowtow.com.


     
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    © chapters.indigo.ca
    Write down every last memory of your adventures learning Spanish in Madrid in this notebook made of acid-free, sustainably harvested paper and recycled binder boards.

    Paperblanks Riviera Ultra Journal ($22.95), at chapters.indigo.ca.

     
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    © nisolo.com
    So comfy and so ethically made. (These sandals are handmade in Peru.)

    Ecuador Huarache Sandal Bone ($118), at nisolo.com.

     
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    © mattandnat.com
    A millennial pink vegan leather passport holder – what more could you want?

    Matt and Nat Passport Sleeve ($28), at mattandnat.com.

     
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    © thebodydeli.com
    This is really for all the time, not just vacation.

    The Body Deli Solar Day Cream ($16 USD), at thebodydeli.com.
     
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    © heys.ca
    Pack it all in a suitcase made of 100% recycled plastic.

    Heys Eco Orbis Suitcase ($270) at heys.ca.
     
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