Plant Mother Review – A New Sustainable, Zero-Waste Beauty Brand You Need To Know

By  //  February 20, 2022

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Many of the toxins found in traditional cosmetics are dangerous and harm both the environment and our bodies. That’s why consumers are demanding natural, non-polluting, and non-toxic products as we all become more environmentally conscious. Sustainable ingredients and products have lower environmental impact, which is one of their key advantages.

One of the socially and environmentally conscious skincare brands is Plant Mother. This Miami-based clean skincare brand specializes in the production of 100% vegan, organic products. The brand runs a clean beauty brand ambassador program and is dedicated to reducing its environmental impact – carbon footprint, water conservation, and waste reduction. 

Plant Mother products are placed in reusable glass bottles with zero-waste packaging without any use of plastics. The brand’s most sought for products are Vitamin C Serum and Organic Plant Based Retinol Serum.

As an eco-friendly skincare company, the brand is committed to ethical practices and never utilizes animal testing – it is 100% cruelty-free. What’s even better, product packaging is recyclable, reusable, and contains no plastics. As a zero-waste skincare, Plant Mother uses biodegradable pulp fiber product boxes and recycled mailers.

“We don’t negotiate when it comes to health, because our skincare is made for women (and men) who refuse to risk their health for beauty.” Jena Joyce, Plant Mother Founder and CEO said.  “I’m so happy to see young nursing moms using our products and loving them. Also, many women use the Plant Mother line during pregnancy because our serums are completely free of chemicals and hormone disruptors — all without a single drop of artificial ingredients.” 

A skincare consumer who opts for sustainable cosmetics avoids the stress and uncertainty that comes with synthetic ingredients and instead invests in their long-term health and beauty. Headaches, acne, hormonal imbalance, and even certain types of cancer have all been linked to years of using synthetic toxic cosmetics. Phthalates for example have been related to cancer and type 2 diabetes, among other things.

Small actions toward sustainability and environment protection can considerably improve consumers health and the health of the planet, especially as the public’s focus on business ethics grows.