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Eco-Warrior Yogi Gone Green Tells Us Her Fav Sustainable Brands

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It's impossible to get onto Instagram and not see a million influencers promoting a billion different products; how do you make sure you're not promoting wastefulness, though? Sustainability, a word that started off as a trendy buzzword, has now become a way of life, one that's actively rallied by Sana Sawhney, AKA Yogi Gone Green on Instagram where she has 20k+ followers who follow her page for not just incredible yoga asanas, but also eco-friendly living and good vibes. We spoke to her about her favourite online sustainable brands, from beauty to snacks to apparel. 

Murginns

Murginns

Not only are the cereals and granolas at Murginns super healthy, they're made using millets which uses less water and all their ingredients are ethically sourced and come in eco-friendly packaging. While they're obviously perfect for a superfood-rich breakfast, these also make for awesome snacks to get you through the day.

Vie En Rose

Vie En Rose

The soaps at Vie En Rose are almost too pretty to use but they smell so good that you can't help but reach for them again and again. Their products (which also include foot soaks and scrubs) are made using natural ingredients- free from any chemicals- that are hydrating and moisturising. They also get bonus points for being totally vegan and cruelty-free!

Satva

For athleisure made sustainably and using organic cotton, Sana's personally loves the apparel from Satva. Their yoga pants, shorts, sports bras and tops are good for your skin since they're free from chemicals and are comfortable (and flexible) enough to perform any asana in and they come in a bunch of prints and colours so they look pretty damn cute, too. 

The Indian Beekeepers

The Indian Beekeepers

The raw honey from The Indian Beekeepers is completely natural; no, seriously, it's literally hive to bottle. The organic honey is unheated, unfiltered, unprocessed and organic so you can add it to your tea or spread it onto your toast or honestly, you could even make a DIY hair mask out of it.

Just Herbs

Just Herbs

Just Herbs isn't just a Yogi Gone Green favourite, it's super popular on Instagram, too, for its wholesome and ayurvedic beauty products. While finding organic and sustainable skincare products isn't too much of a struggle now, finding good quality cosmetics can be so Just Herbs gets extra points for their natural makeup line including skin tints, lipsticks and micellar water.

Kosha Yoga Co

Kosha Yoga Co

You can't really expect a Yogi to only have one athleisure favourite so Kosha Yoga Co, a Mumbai-based brand, is one Sana loves for their recycled yoga pants, and the perfect yoga mat that's soft yet sturdy made naturally so it's completely organic, too. The yoga pants are moisture-wicking and squat-proof so you could do the trickiest of yoga asanas in them without worries!

Monsoon Harvest Farms

Direct from the farm to our homes, Monsoon Harvest Farms produce organic fruits, dals, spices and other grains that come in eco-friendly packaging. Their method of production is sustainable and eco-conscious, and they'll be soon adding more products like chia seeds, pickles and veggies. 

PS: They only deliver in Delhi NCR. 

Amrutam

Amrutam

Amrutam doesn't just make herbal and natural skincare products, they're immensely positive and inclusive, too. On their profile, you'll find tons of self-love mantras and positive affirmations so their aim isn't simply to get you better skin, it's to help you realise your inner worth that's completely independent to how you look. 

Earthly

Earthly

Because the food you put inside your body affects you in a ton of different ways, Sana loves Earthly, an e-store that makes natural food accessible to people all over the country. They have products like granola, nut butters, honey and seeds, all of which make for an awesomely healthy breakfast or evening snack. 

Pro-Tip

If one of your New Years resolutions this year is to go green and sustainable, while these 10 brands are a good place to start, you can dig deeper and find more eco-conscious brands here.