Nothin’ But Love

While for some Valentine’s Day is about putting on a show, those of us who understand the depths of love know that it is an act that never truly falters, and certainly doesn’t choose one day a year to reveal itself. To love is to empathize, to respect. Love is altruistic; it is a “gift that keeps on giving.” That’s why we want to provide you with thoughtful, luxurious treats to show the ones you love that what you share goes deeper than just yourselves. Your love is part of a force that charges the world, and right now that world needs more. Because we can’t deny the excitement of a valentine and because we know that through responsible entrepreneurship, gift giving can be beneficial for more than just the recipient, we want you to selflessly enjoy browsing our shop for the perfect eco-friendly gift this holiday. We even pulled out a few suggestions. Enjoy and spread the love!

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This trendy ring says it all, as  Loud Love Jewelry tends to! Handcrafted by artisans earning an equal pay and using 90% recycled materials, this LA-based accessory line is sold with the guarantee that 30% of all profits go to Global Green USA.

raaka chocolate gift box - 6 large bars

Ah, the classic Valentine’s Day gift. This Raaka gift box includes Dark with Sea Salt, Blueberry Lavender, 85% Dark, and Vanilla Rooibos. Made and packaged with soy ink and recycled paper in Brooklyn, this brand is fair trade, organic, vegan, and donates all scraps to Edible Schoolyard NYC.

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When nature is aesthetically pleasing, our attitudes towards protecting such beauty elevate. Sustaining the image of our environment is just as crucial as any environmental issue, and also influences our physical and mental health whether we realize it or not. This kit, a twist on the age-old gift of flowers, ensures a lifetime of allure, enhancing your home with a decorative, scented landscape.

All gifts can be purchased through Lux&Eco

Allison Beauregard

Allison is a New York City based writer with a focus on sustainability. Her work demonstrates how it is possible to have the “things” that make us happy without compromising the resources that provide these goods. With this vision, Allison sees a future where environmental degradation is reversed and the quality of human life is equally distributed. She is the Category Editor of The Franklin Report and was among the top 5 contributors for Elephant Journal in October 2014.

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