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Ethically Sourced Plants for Aveda

Ethically-sourced plants are an essential aspect of sustainable and responsible sourcing in the beauty and personal care industry. At Belt Salon, ethical sourcing is a priority, and many of the products used in their treatments and services contain ingredients that are sourced ethically and sustainably. Here are some examples of ethically-sourced plants that you might find at Belt Salon:

  1. Shea Butter: Shea butter is a popular ingredient in many skin and hair care products. It is sourced from the nuts of the shea tree, which grows in the savannah regions of Africa. At Belt Salon, shea butter is ethically sourced through fair trade partnerships with women's cooperatives in Ghana.

  2. Argan Oil: Argan oil is a popular ingredient in many hair and skin care products. It is sourced from the kernels of the argan tree, which grows in Morocco. At Belt Salon, argan oil is ethically sourced through fair trade partnerships with local cooperatives in Morocco.

  3. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is a versatile ingredient used in various beauty and personal care products. It is sourced from the meat of the coconut, which grows in tropical regions around the world. At Belt Salon, coconut oil is ethically sourced through fair trade partnerships with farmers in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.

  4. Tea Tree Oil: Tea tree oil is a popular essential oil used in many skin and hair care products. It is sourced from the leaves of the tea tree, which is native to Australia. At Belt Salon, tea tree oil is ethically sourced through partnerships with Australian farmers who use sustainable and organic farming practices.

  5. Chamomile: Chamomile is an herb often used in skincare products for its soothing properties. It is sourced from the flowers of the chamomile plant, which grows in Europe and North Africa. At Belt Salon, chamomile is ethically sourced through partnerships with European small-scale farmers who use sustainable and traditional farming practices.

  6. Rose: Rose is a popular ingredient in many skin care products for its moisturizing and soothing properties. It is sourced from the petals of the rose flower, which grows in various regions around the world. At Belt Salon, rose is ethically sourced through partnerships with farmers who use sustainable and organic farming practices.

By using ethically-sourced plants in their products, Belt Salon can provide their clients with high-quality, effective, and environmentally responsible beauty and personal care solutions. These plants are grown and harvested in a way that supports the health of the ecosystems in which they grow and the livelihoods of the people who cultivate them.



In conclusion, ethically sourcing plants is an essential aspect of sustainability in the beauty and personal care industry. At Belt Salon, you can find a range of Aveda products that use ethically-sourced plants, including shea butter, argan oil, coconut oil, tea tree oil, chamomile and rose. These plants are grown and harvested in a way that supports environmental sustainability and social responsibility, ensuring that you can feel good about using these products during your next visit to Belt Salon.

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