Pamper Yourself… with Eco-Friendly Products

By Lavender February 14, 2008

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On The Runway Section

Hot picks from MOA® Trend Specialist Sara Rogers

“Green” is the new black this season, and anything organic and all-natural tops the list of must-haves. With eco-friendly products showing up everywhere from the grocery store to your favorite boutique, it’s getting easier than ever to help Mother Earth – and now you can look and feel great while doing it!


Organic Tea
Teavana
128 West Market
Teavana provides fresh, high quality teas, including seven varieties that are certified organic by the USDA. In addition to producing great teas, the company has a desire to help the communites where their premium teas are grown. Teavana donates 1% of all profits from teas sold to CARE International.

Verbena Candle
L’Occitane
268 West Market
L’Occitane’s Verbena Candle is deliciously aromatic and is particularly prized for purity and power.  It burns for approximately 17 hours and is 100% cotton which is non-toxic.

Heritage Collection
Silk-Blend Cardigan
Banana Republic
100 West Market
Banana Republic Heritage Collection is exclusive to MOA. This cozy, silk blend cardigan sweater is a light-weight alternative to a blazer that can be worn with any look, from dressy to casual.

Geir eau de Parfum
Nordstrom
Geir Eau de Parfum smells sooo good. This woodsy, clean, sensual scent garners rave reviews and it features a higher concentration of natural oils compared to most other fragrances that are eau de toilet.

Lush Handmade Body Products
Lush Boutique at Macy’s
Lush offers indulgent bath and body products made by hand with fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, the finest essential oils and safe synthetics.

Onward Style is Lavender’s exclusive column written by Sara Rogers, MOA® Trend Specialist. Sara has worked in the fashion industry for more than 20 years as a model, fashion specialist, wardrobe therapist, and television host. As the Trend Specialist and Personal Shopper for Mall of America, her “office” spans 4.2 million square feet and more than 520 stores, providing her with extensive resources to research what’s hot in retail trends.

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