Climate change affects the whole planet, so why is the sustainability movement so white-washed? Enough Black-owned brands exist within the stratosphere to dominate a large chunk of the eco-friendly fashion, beauty, wellness, and lifestyle industries, yet are often left out of the conversation. Let’s chat: we scoured the web (and our own personal belongings) to curate a list of the best Black-owned sustainable brands that we can support to support the planet.

What makes a brand sustainable? Biodegradable packaging, all-natural ingredients and textiles, ethical sourcing, fair trade methods, and upcycling materials are just a start to a long list of practices that retailers can implement to soften their carbon footprints. Ahead, shop an eco-collection of all-natural coconut lip balms, breezy 100% linen sheets, luxe vegan foot care, toxin-free yoga mats, and more sustainable goods from Black-owned brands that are crushing the eco-friendly game — not the earth.

At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. The product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Goodee

Goodee, founded by Byron and Dexter Peart, creates, “good design that doesn’t cost the Earth.” This Black-owned marketplace offers hundreds of responsibly-created products from numerous vendors and each one tells its own story. 

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Goodee Bicycle Basket, $, available at GoodeeLinoto

Linoto sheets are held to the same standards as designer dresses — each set is marked with chalk, expertly cut, washed with natural laundry detergent, and wrapped up in plastic-free sustainable packaging. Founder and creative director, Jason Evege, manipulates linen fabric into sheets that help you sleep better, curtains that effortlessly embellish a room, and more quality home essentials.

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Linoto 100% Linen Sheet Sets, $, available at LinotoJade Swim

A majority of Jade Swim’s collections are created from 100% regenerated nylon, Oeko-Tex certified fabrics, and are packaged in 100% recycled plastic and biodegradable shipping bags. Former fashion stylist and editor, Brittany Kozerski runs Jade Swim on both minimalist designs and minimal waste practices.

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11 Black-Owned Sustainable Brands To Shop On Earth Day & Beyond

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