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16 Eco-Friendly Affiliate Programs You Can Promote Today

Posted 2 years ago by Alex Colas

As consumers increasingly search for sustainable and eco-friendly products, many new merchants have launched products to match the demand. 

We want to help facilitate this movement to build a better future for our planet, so we looked at the data in our network and found 16 top-performing, eco-friendly affiliate programs publishers can promote today with Skimlinks!

Blueland

Blueland’s mission is to create a cleaner planet & that starts at home! Blueland’s reusable plastic-free cleaners and hand soaps in reusable bottles have helped to eliminate over 1 billion single-use plastic bottles from landfills and oceans since 2019. Set the new standard for a clean conscience with no compromises where you can have it all; effective products, affordable and environmentally friendly. 

Access Blueland’s Affiliate Program here.

Dropps

Dropps is an eco-friendly laundry detergent brand that has adopted carbon-neutral shipping and uses compostable cardboard packaging. Dropps was also awarded the 2017 EPA Safer Choice Partner of the Year for its innovative manufacturing process. By using Dropps, you can help turn the tide against toxic pollution and plastic waste. Oh, and the dirt in your home!

Access Dropps’ Affiliate Program here.

Cleancult

Cleancult believes that “your cleaning routine should be easy on you and the planet” so their revolutionary system supplies customers with cleaning products in reusable glass bottles and recyclable milk cartons. Cleancult has built a cleaning system that suits everyone: one that is easy, cost-effective and environmentally friendly. 

Access Cleancult’s Affiliate Program here.

Dyper

The eponymous Dyper (like, diaper) creates premium bamboo diapers. These diapers are free of chlorine, latex, alcohol, lotions, TBT or Phthalates and are also unprinted, unscented, soft to the touch, yet extremely durable and absorbent. Dyper’s diapers are made from viscose fibers from responsibly sourced Bamboo and packed in bags made with oxo-degradable materials. They can be returned for disposal through their optional REDYPER™ service to reduce landfill waste buildup. 

Access Dyper’s Affiliate Program here.

Medley

Medley Home uses sustainable materials to ensure that its products are clean and sustainable. With products made with materials such as FSC-certified, low-VOC CARB 2 compliant plywood, bamboo, CertiPUR-US®-certified Foam, OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Wool and many more, Medley’s promises to contribute toward a healthy planet and a healthy home for us all. 

Access Medley’s Affiliate Program here.

Knickey

Knickey’s motto is “Organic Undies for Everyday”. They make their products in Fair Trade certified factories using certified GOTS organic cotton which is both better for the environment and healthier from being toxin-free. In addition, Knickey has a recycling program that turns old underwear into fibers, which are then used to create rug pads, rags, and insulation.

Access Knickey’s Affiliate Program here.

Thuma Inc.

Inspired by modern architecture & Japanese craftsmanship, Thuma has perfected their craft to make the perfect bed. As well as being GREENGUARD Gold Certified, Thuma works with One Tree Planted so that each bed sold results in one tree planted for our world’s forests. Comfort, luxury and eco-friendly are at the forethought of creation at Thuma.

Access Thuma Inc’s Affiliate Program here.

Saatva

Saatva is one of this year’s top-rated mattresses. It uses eco-friendly foams, recycled tempered steel, and organic cotton coverings to make its hybrid memory foam mattresses. Saatva’s business model – which is focused on reducing their carbon footprint – is not only better for the environment, but also eliminates costs to make their mattresses more affordable. The company is also entirely paperless.

Access Saatva’s Affiliate Program here.

Coyuchi

Coyuchi’s pajamas are made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and they focus on keeping their products toxin-free. Plus, Coyuchi works with Fair Trade certified partners to make sure that their employees are being paid a decent living wage. They are also one of the members of 1% for the Planet, and they source Climate Beneficial wool by working with Fibershed.

Access Coyuchi’s Affiliate Program here.

Girlfriend Collective

Girlfriend Collective was one of the first brands to make activewear out of recycled plastic water bottles (sourced from Taiwan’s Garbage Island). Plus, their packaging is 100% recycled and recyclable, and they also use other materials for their products such as recycled fishing nets, ECONYL yarn, and cupro which is a delicate fiber made from waste left behind by the cotton industry.

Access Girlfriend Collective’s Affiliate Program here.

Grove Collaborative

Grove Collaborative is a Certified B Corporation that offers eco-friendly household cleaning products for home surfaces and clothes, as well as a line of Beauty products. Grove Collaborative also uses more eco-friendly materials for packaging, offsets their carbon emissions, and has partnered with Arbor Day Foundation to help plant one million trees during the next three years.

Access Grove Collaborative’s Affiliate Program here.

Made Trade

Made Trade offers a range of different products from hundreds of artisans and makers around the world. They have a great selection of bedding, blankets, and throw pillows. All of which are extensively vetted to make sure that every product “promotes the health of our planet” and aligns with one or more of Made Trade’s seven core values: Sustainable, Fair Trade, Vegan, Heritage, Made in the USA, People of Color Owned, and Women-Owned.

Made Trade also has plenty of gift guides on their site, including “15 Affordable Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas for $150 or Less”, which can be useful for commerce content generation.

Access Made Trade’s Affiliate Program here.

Outdoor voices

Outdoor Voices is an activewear brand that is committed to protecting the environment, or in their words “our playground”. They build clothing designed for longevity so that consumers don’t throw them away, and circularity so that they can easily be recycled. Outdoor Voices found that 70% of their environmental impact was due to fabrics and packaging, which is why they decided to prioritize these by using sustainable alternatives to conventional fabrics and using packaging that is both recycled and recyclable.

Access Outdoor Voices’ Affiliate Program here.

Pact

Pact has been praised for its sustainable pajamas and loungewear. Pact’s mission is to build “Earth’s Favorite Clothing Company”. They only use natural, certified organic, long-staple cotton which is made in Fair Trade certified facilities without any toxic dyes.

Access Pact’s Affiliate Program here.

Plushbeds

PlushBeds is a direct-to-consumer brand that sells organic mattresses made with certified organic cotton, wool, and latex. They are “one of only six manufacturers whose factory has both GOTS and Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) certifications and is verified by Control Union”.

Access Plushbed’s Affiliate Program here.

Thinx

Thinx created period underwear that absorbs “up to 4 regular tampons’ worth” and saves tons of tampons and pads from landfills. They also have a strong Give Back initiative as they partner with several social organizations to fight for “better access to puberty education, amplifying grassroots activism, and donating undies and time”.

Access Thinx’s Affiliate Program here.

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