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In the SUSTAINABLE BEAUTY category, you will find:

  • valuable tips and trick which could help you improve your everyday skin-care and body care routine. We know this is important for you!
  • We share our favorite beauty products. I will explain what sustainable beauty means.  If you want to find out where you can find reliable and trustworthy skin and body care products, this is the right place for you.
  • What is the difference between clean, vegan, organic, non-toxic, sustainable, cruelty-free, and green skin and body care products?

Women all over the world love to find out about new sustainable skin and body care products free of harmful chemicals. This is our mission: to help you become the best and healthy version of yourself.

Currently Wearing Swiss Sustainable Blog is the number one choice when it comes to clean beauty and the latest trends.

If you agree with me, come join us. Comment on our posts, and contact us in case you want to collaborate. We have so much more in store for you. Let’s get acquainted!

5 Tips on How To Celebrate Halloween in 2020 With Natural Beauty Products

In this article, I share 5 tips on how to celebrate Halloween in 2020 with natural beauty products that you can find in Switzerland. Because of COVID-19, many of you are most likely, spend Halloween as you are used to. Instead of accompanying your children to trick & treat, you can focus on yourself. Take a long bath with a fizzy bath bomb or relaxing bath salts. Or you can try one of the natural beauty brands I mention in this article.

There are several brands that I like, and LUSH is one of them. Although some may …


In this article, I share my favorite Swiss zero-waste beauty brands. Some of the products I tried, some I keep using, and others are made by brands that my friends recommended.

Some of the products are totally packaged free, some are packaged in paper and others in reusable glass jars that you can refill or reuse.

There is a huge difference between the brands that you can find on the market. Some companies offer fresh, self-preserving products that contain ingredients that may contain irritants (for example essential oils) or synthetic ingredients. It really depends on you, …

Empowering Waste Pickers Through Community Trade Recycled Plastic

In May 2019, The Body Shop launched its new Community Trade programme “Community Trade Recycled Plastic” which aims to improve the livelihood of informal waste workers in Bangalore, India. By the end of this year, The Body Shop will buy two hundred and fifty tons of waste PET plastic and recycle it into its haircare bottles (starting with the Shea shampoo).

The fact that the Shea shampoo is the first product that’s packaged in Community Trade recycled plastic feels like coming full circle. It symbolizes two sets of women from different cultures and continents who work hard to create a better livelihood for themselves, their families, and the whole community.