Responsible consumerism simply means buying products that have little or no negative impact on the environment. This is important so as to bring balance between what nature is giving us and what we’re giving back.
Beauty industry is quite ironically one of the ugliest industries in the world. Under the glamorous shadow of skincare and make-up, lie over-exploited resources, toxic chemicals and innocent animals, tortured and killed for the purpose of raw materials, testing, whatnot.
Silk is a thing so fine that the very word brings a lustrous, buttery soft canvas to mind. Behind this age old fabric, are a large number of silkworms that are killed for the sake of luxury & convenience. Not a pretty picture, right?
‘Organic fibers’ have become like a buzzword thrown around by many brands. Hence it becomes important to understand what it implies to invest in a Continue Reading
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Ethical, Sustainable and Slow Fashion, terms that come with a lot of Ethical Certifications and Memberships. What are these Ethical Certifications and Memberships and why Continue Reading
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What is Madhubani Art? Madhubani Painting, also known as Mithila Painting is originated from the Mithila region of Bihar, India. Traditionally, women practiced this as Continue Reading
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Eco-friendly literally means earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment. This term most commonly refers to products that contribute to green living or practices that Continue Reading