Reviews

Why would anyone care how good a product is if making it harms the planet and the workers that produce it? Our reviews start with a simple premise: the best, and longest lasting, products are climate friendly and made with sustainable ingredients and materials. Our reviews are designed to help readers find brands that put the health of planet and the health of their customers first.

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An unexpected solution to the earth’s environmental crisis: dog treats made of crickets. Here's our review of Chippin's treats and food.
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Despite my misgivings about the play gym, we’ve continued to use it on pretty much a daily basis at our home.
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Naturepedic’s Organic Cotton Changing Pad was an obvious choice, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision. Here’s why.
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I was very happy to spot an incredibly discounted secondhand Oeuf Sparrow Crib on my local marketplace. Here's how it's held up.
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The P.L.A.Y dog bed is an eco-friendly, non-toxic option that your dog is sure to be a big fan of. Here's why.
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The Blueair air purifier makes a noticeable difference to the air quality in a room, is easy to use, and doubles as a white noise machine.
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If you’ve been fretting about nursery décor, and worrying about sticking stickers in the wrong place, reusable decals are absolutely the way to go.
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How does the North York Coat from Jack Wolfskin hold up to cold weather? Is is sustainable? We wore one to find out.
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Is Farm to Feet an ethical socks brand, or are they on the verge of a fast fashion designation?
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Girlfriend Collective clothing is an inclusive fitness wear brand that makes its garments largely made from recycled materials.
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Common Heir Skincare seems to be doing everything right, but do their ingredients pass the LeafScore test? Here's what to know.
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Curious about the Floyd bed but not quite ready to take the plunge? Check out our analysis here to see why we're fans of this modular frame.