Make Her And The Earth Feel Loved This Valentine’s Day 2020

Are you looking for sustainable valentine’s day gifts for your loved one? Well look no further as I have carefully curated a list of perfect gift ideas with either a social or environmental cause.

Related: Want to buy a gift for a male loved one? Check out The Best Sustainable Valentine’s Day Gifts For Him 2020.

The products are listed from lowest to highest in price.

Fringed Kantha Hoop Pendant Necklace – $24.50 (On sale right now!! Original Price: $35.00)

Each piece is made from recycled Kantha (a type of upcycled fabric) textiles, so colors and patterns are all one-of-a-kind and will vary. This necklace in particular is handmade by women artisans in India.

Their jewelry and accessories create work for over 700 artisans in vulnerable communities in India. All of their styles are handmade by women artisans in India and Bali.

Ocean Turquoise (Whale Edition) Eco-Friendly iPhone Case – USD $42.95

Pela makes 100% compostable phone cases for iPhones and Androids. Pela is also a member of 1% for the Planet – 5% of total sales (not just profit) from these collections is donated directly to their causes. 

The Pela Case is made of Flaxstic®, which is comprised of compostable bioplastic elastomer and flax straw materials.

Tentree – Constellate – USD $51

tentree is a certified B-Corporation. With every product you buy there is a unique code, which allows you to plant 10 trees through tentree. So far they have planted just over 40 million trees. 

Made with: 60% Organic Cotton, 40% Recycled Polyester

Glow-in-the-dark constellation graphic made from phospherescent Oeko-Tex certified ink

Designed in Canada, ethically crafted in China

Hathorway Ninh Binh Horn & Rattan Crescent & Donut Earrings – USD $56

Hathorway handcrafts sustainably luxe jewelry and accessories using natural and repurposed materials like upcycled buffalo horns and handwoven rattan. Designed, assembled, and packaged in the USA, with thoughtfully selected materials sourced from Vietnam, Thailand, and South Korea — all of Hathorway’s products are built to last. 

10% of all Hathorway’s profits go to initiatives that empower young, underprivileged women. Hathorway is a women-owned brand and treats all its makers with care by providing fair wages and safe working environments.

Made Trade (the company which ships the product) is part of 1% for the planet so they donate 1% of sales to grassroots organization and are partnered with Carbon Credit Capital to make all shipments carbon neutral.

Rose Quartz Crystal Gemstone Palette – $58

Aether Beauty uses organic and fair-trade ingredients whenever possible. They are a vegan brand and ban all animal-derived products

For this product in particular: 100% Sustainably designed in California. 70% naturally derived ingredients. USA shipping is free for orders over $50.

1% of sales go to The Water Project, which provides clean, safe and reliable water and sanitation solutions across sub-Saharan Africa, one village at a time.
Their packaging and products are also recyclable, for example their papers are made with FSC certified paper and printed with soy ink. Read more here.

Womens Tengries – Gray – USD $69

Kyrgies is creating opportunities for the people of Kyrgyzstan. Each pair is handmade using centuries old felting techniques. Kyrgies are made from wool felt, a fabric that is naturally: odor resistant, breathable and durable. The majority of their wool comes from small family-run farms in Kyrgyzstan. 


Kyrgies is a member of 1% for the Planet. They donated the equivalent of over 1,800 trees in 2018 to One Tree Planted to help reforest U.S. communities affected by fires.

AISHA MAXI KIMONO – CAD $115 / USD $87 (they’re having a Valentine’s Day sale on their website)

This dress in particular is made from 100% Micro-TENCEL®. 

Member of 1% for the planet. The standard time between order and delivery is 1-2 weeks

All of their suppliers and secondary suppliers have standards such as Swiss OEKO-TEX label and the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). All of their dyes are low-impact dyes and are certified by the OEKO-Tex 100 standard, and in some cases even the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). 

Their packaging is composed of biodegradable garment bags made in Indonesia from cassava starch and their tags are made from 100% post-consumer paper by a social enterprise in Bali.

Iron Oxide Crystal Amulet Necklace – USD $89

The necklace is hand cast in recycled brass in Portland, Oregon, USA. Takes 5-7 days for delivery. Each order is shipped with minimal packaging and is recyclable.

Made Trade (the company which ships the product) is part of 1% for the planet so they donate 1% of sales to grassroots organization and are partnered with Carbon Credit Capital to make all shipments carbon neutral.

Iron Oxide Beam Hoops – USD $89

The hoops are hand cast in recycled brass in Portland, Oregon, USA. Customisable by picking your favorite stone. Takes 5-7 days for delivery. Each order is shipped with minimal packaging and is recyclable.

Made Trade (the company which ships the product) is part of 1% for the planet so they donate 1% of sales to grassroots organization and are partnered with Carbon Credit Capital to make all shipments carbon neutral.

Rose & Fitzgerald Channels Cuff – USD $145

The cuff was crafted in Kampala, Uganda. Ships in 2-5 business days. The materials used by Rose & Fitzgerald in their products include locally sourced palm leaf, pure brass, leather, and organic cotton etc. 

Made Trade (the company which ships the product) is part of 1% for the planet so they donate 1% of sales to grassroots organization and are partnered with Carbon Credit Capital to make all shipments carbon neutral.


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Saran

Founder at Econaki
Hi! My name is Saran and I am the Founder of Econaki. My goal with the business is to provide in-depth information about the sustainability of popular products/services so that we can combat climate change amongst other problems.

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