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Lauren Conrad reveals top eco products

Published 19/04/2013

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad shared her favourite eco-friendly fashion and beauty products ahead of International Earth Day.

The reality TV star-turned-designer shared her five favourite earth-friendly finds with E! Online.

Lauren is currently guest editing The Trend section of the website, and her post ties in with International Earth Day 2013 which falls on April 22.

"Discovering fashion and beauty products that are eco-friendly is a win-win in my book. So with Earth Day coming up next week, I’ve rounded up five sustainable fashion and beauty products," Lauren explained. "These eco-chic picks will have you looking your best and getting a few good karma points, all at the same time."

Amongst the picks are a beautiful blue cropped pullover and a funky abstract scarf. Lauren also gave her tips for beauty products that are kind to the Earth, listing a nail varnish from Butter London in their pastel shade Fruit Machine as her best loved.

"I love the colour of this sweater, and as a bonus it’s organic cotton. This brand, Organic by John Patrick, creates fashions that are sustainable, in turn promoting social awareness about our environment. The bright, punchy colours of this scarf make it perfect for summer. And I love how the manufacturer uses techniques that are socially consciousness and eco-friendly," Lauren gushed.

"Everyone loves a pretty pink polish. But one that’s formulated without harmful ingredients is just so much better. Try this hue called Fruit Machine when you feel like painting a little eco-friendly colour on your fingertips."

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