Going green gets a bad reputation for breaking the bank. Organic food can be expensive, all-natural clothing doesn’t come cheap, and alternative treatments aren’t always covered by insurers. But with the right strategyand our (free!) expert adviceyou can actually save hundreds of dollars each month just by being more eco-friendly.
Lean and Green
Want to eat green on a lean budget? These 10 trends, tips, and tools can help you save.
Organic On the Cheap
Think eating all-natural will break the bank? Tuscan Chicken Stew is easy, organic, and less expensive than fast food fare.
Its more affordable than you might think to drink natural, eco-friendly wines: Organic, biodynamic and other forms of chemical-free farming are already common among quality wine producers.
Saving at the Grocery Store
Expert advice on where to scrimp on expensive organic groceries.
Using toxin-free, all- or mostly natural cleaning products isnt just a good idea for protecting the environment inside (and outside) your homeit can actually save you some dough.
All-Natural Hair Treatments
Olive oil helps quench seriously dry strands. Leave it in your hair overnight as an all-natural and budget-friendly alternative to deep conditioners.
DIY Facial Masks
Cranberries can help naturally exfoliate lackluster, dead skin. Try this easy, at-home treatment twice a month.
Luxe for Less
Who says you have to spend a ton to pamper yourself? We found luxe stuff that wont blow your bank account.
How to Buy Eco Chic
Organic products aren’t always cheap, so you want to make sure your dollar is well spent. We put these eco-friendly picks to the test.
Ask Our Experts
Confused about organic versus conventional foods, the value of herbal supplements, and which cosmetics contain dangerous chemicals? Get answers to these questions and more from our panel of experts.