Create a Cleaner Hair Care Routine with Utopy

Utopy is sustainable hair care made by women, for women. This new, innovative beauty company is dedicated to providing the best for its customers. Their goal is to create luxurious hair products that prioritize the health of both the planet and their customers.  What prompted Laurène and Victoria to found Utopy was their realization that …

How to Build a Natural and Clean Beauty Routine

Every day, new products are introduced to the beauty market. The problem is, there is no transparency in regards to toxic ingredients. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not have to approve any cosmetic products before they go up for sale. Essentially, if a business properly labels a product using the Federal Food, Drug, …

Simple, Sustainable Skincare by Tulura

Eileen Feighny, the founder of Tulura, struggled with her skin in the midst of her modeling career. As she tried product after product on the market, nothing seemed to help. If anything, she noticed that her skin was getting worse. Growing frustrated, Eileen decided to turn towards natural skincare methods. This motivated her to become …

Bali Balance is Naturally Kind to Your Skin

Here at Zoe Elle, we’re all about women supporting women. We love seeing boss babes spotting gaps in the market, and really harnessing their knowledge and tools to create their own businesses. That’s exactly what happened to Nadja Nufer who is the founder of Bali Balance, a natural skin, body and hair care brand.  Nadja …

6 BIPOC Nail Brands to Support While at Home

In the recent months, a lot has changed for us, from the way we interact with others to what we see as important. Now that the Black Lives Matter Movement has become a pressing topic, signing petitions, donating, and educating ourselves have become the new norm, too. As a result of these changes, both self-care …

Clean Up Your Shower Routine with Briit Botanicals

An argument can certainly be made for using less plastic, especially since in 2018 it was published that 91% of plastic in the U.S. isn’t even recycled. Yikes. A lot of everyday plastic use can be traced back to bathrooms and the products used in them, which is what Liz McKenna, founder and owner of …