High-quality vegan skincare is the name of the game at Soapwalla, founded by Rachel Winard—a former lawyer who developed kitchen-made skincare that was gentle enough for her very sensitive skin. Soapwalla's body products—ranging from cleansing bars to lip balms and body oils—are made with only organic, food-grade, cruelty-free ingredients.
Wondercide, founded by Stephanie Boone, specializes in keeping insects at bay from your pets, yard, home and family with its plant-based and cruelty-free products that include tick sprays, flea treatments and insect repellents. And in case your four-legged friend needs shampoo, skin care or ear care, Wondercide has products for that as well.
Founded and led by Freya Estreller and Natasha Case, Coolhaus is an innovative dessert brand boasting unique ice cream and ice cream sandwich flavors. We're talking Cereal Dreams, Milkshake and Fries and Farmer's Market Strawberry Cheesecake, to name a few. Plus, all Coolhaus desserts feature organic and non-GMO ingredients whenever possible.
Co-founded by Shirley Pinkson, W3ll People is all about clean beauty with its plant-based, non-toxic and cruelty-free products for face, eyes, lips and skin. And, if you're looking for sustainable makeup brushes, W3ll People has those too. It's a line of makeup and face products that do good for your body and the planet.
A Boring Life
Founders Jennifer Johnson and Serafina Palandech named this brand for its hometown of Boring, Oregon, although A Boring Life is anything but. Its unique products include CBD-infused nuts, lavender honey and gummy dog bones, all made with organically grown hemp. The brand also makes jars of raw honey with nuts for a sweet and savory snack option.
Sana Javeri Kadri founded Diaspora Co., a brand that's reimagining the spice trade. Diaspora Co. brings vibrant, fresh, single-origin Indian spices to market through an equitable and sustainable supply chain that directly supports Indian farmers, and its products include Pragati Turmeric, Sannam Chillies, Aranya Pepper and Baraka Cardamom.
Founders Tucker Garrison and Philip Richardson built this sustainability focused brand that ethically sources its packaged superfood ingredients. Imlak'esh Organics' products include cacoa nibs, goji berries and sacha inchi seeds from small-scale, organic farms around the world.