Earth girls may be easy, but tree-hugging trendsters are a fickle bunch. Ahead of Mama Earth’s big day, we sussed out local green luxuries that’ll satisfy the most haute of hippies.
Ray of Light
Frustrated by a dearth of pure yet effective sunblocks, Koru Eco Spa owner Lauren von Bernuth developed Block Island Organics (pictured), a new line of fast-absorbing, citrus-scented mineral sunscreens in SPFs 16 and 30. (Enter dailycandy20 at checkout to save 20 percent through April 23.)
Aspire to herbivorism but gag over steamed kale? Indulge in a cup of vegan, kosher, gluten-free hemp ice cream from J.P. Licks. Puce color aside, a scoop satisfies your frozen proclivities.
You stayed up late counting your Save the Manatees petition signatures, and what’s your thanks? Under-eye circles the size of pancakes. Suki’s new correct coverage concealer both masks and treats little imperfections with anti-inflammatory white willow bark and caffeine. (The compact is ecofriendly, too.)
Even your Great Aunt Mildred shops the farmers markets. Put yourself back on the foodie front lines with sustainable prosciutto from Formaggio. Its just-unveiled Charcuterie CSA delivers a monthly smorgasbord of sausages, rillettes, pâté, and pancetta made from humanely raised New England meats.
After a long day of enviro-blog browsing, your head deserves a break. Make Good Studio’s Susana DeVoe sources burlap bags from local coffee roasters and refashions them as feather-filled bolsters and throw pillows.
Now you can rest easy.
Photo: Dyad Photography / Courtesy of Block Island Organics