Top Picks for an Eco-friendly Halloween

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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays but if you’re not careful what products you are purchasing it can be not so green and unhealthy.  I put together a list of my top 5 picks for eco-friendly Halloween products available from Amazon. You can also read my tips for having a Green Halloween HERE.

Go Green Face Paint

1. Go Green Face Paint uses only the finest of organic ingredients and is Green Office certified. Go Green Face Paint starts off with a rice cream, the same ingredient that pediatricians recommend for infants’ first feedings. Then, we add ingredients that are good for the complexion, such as Jojoba oil. So, not only does the face paint feel good to the face but, conditions the skin as well for a healthy shine and complexion.

 

Reusable Halloween Bags

2. Reusable Halloween Bags. The set shown here is a set of 4 exciting Halloween treat or treat Oblong colorful tote bags. The designs of the bags are of a Pumpkin, Bat, Ghost, Cat. What makes this bag so cute and excited is that the Opening of the bags are at the mouth as shown in the picture is very easy for kids to reach inside for their favored candy!

 

 

YummyEarth Halloween Candy

3. YumEarth Organic Candy

  • #1 Organic Candy Company formed out of a commitment to feed our families a diet rich in delicious healthful foods free of high fructose corn syrup and artificial dyes
  • Certified USDA Organic, All Natural, Real Fruit Extracts, No Artifical Colors or Flavors, No High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • Gluten Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Shellfish Free, Soy Free, and Wheat Free

 

eco-dough

4. Eco Kids Natural Plant Dye Modeling Dough for those children who cannot have any candy due to allergies. This dough is handmade from all- natural ingredients including plant, fruit and vegetable extracts, Eco-dough lets kids explore their creativity. Smooth and silky dough has a perfect feel that lets little hands knead and shape to their hearts content. Essential oils keep dough soft and pliable and give it a light, pleasant aroma.

 

Solar Powered Dancing Pumpkin, Skeleton & Frankenstein

5. Solared Powered Halloween Decorations like this  set of 3 Dancing Figures: Pumpkin, Skeleton & Frankenstein! These little guys really gets movin’ when their solar strip is exposed to light – arms and head teeter and sway! A fun addition to any window sill, desk, or counter.

  

I hope this gives you some ideas for having a greener Halloween this year!  I would love to hear how you plan on having an eco-friendly Halloween! Now Enter to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card!

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Comments

  1. I plan on having a more eco-friendly Halloween this year by re-using decorations from last year!

  2. Now that you mention it, I will try and be more eco-friendly this year for Halloween by using reusable Halloween bags.

  3. amy guillaume linderman says:

    we like to hand out little tubs of playdoh or stickers

  4. I plan on having an eco friendly Halloween this year by recycling old Halloween bags πŸ™‚

  5. I am planning to make Halloween gift bags by using empty cardboard boxes from cookies and cereal,did it before also at my son’s birthday and it was a huge hit liked by all guests.the eco friendly way……

  6. tonya farley says:

    Take my daughter out trick or treating

  7. Stephanie Grant says:

    We are using the same decor we have been using every year and have decided this year for our Halloween block party we are using real dishes and glasses so we can keep the plastic and paper out of the landfills :).

  8. Jane Ritz says:

    We use decorations year after year and I have made the grandchildren Halloween bags that they can use year after year.

  9. Crystal E. says:

    I’m going to be more eco friendly by reusing old decorations and old trick or treat baskets!

  10. Reusuable Halloween bags and reusing the same decorations from the dawn of time! πŸ™‚

  11. I am planning a lot of res-usable decorations.

  12. Jessica Menster says:

    We reuse the same decorations and Halloween trick or treating pumpkins year after year!

  13. Jennifer Odom says:

    We will be reusing and recrafting previously used costumes. πŸ™‚

  14. I would recycle everything that I could. I also take the costumes and revamp them for dress-up for my granddaughter.

  15. Reusing costumes is what we usually do. Thanks for the giveaway. πŸ™‚

  16. We will be reusing decorations, we do each year.

  17. I will be reusing decorations! Thank you for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  18. We reuse our decorations and sometimes trade costumes. I’m excited to look into the eco-friendly face paint.

  19. I have used my same Halloween decorations for many years and just add a new one every once in awhile. I always bought cloth trick or treat bags so the kids could reuse them over & over.

  20. David Fultner says:

    I will have a trash can for the trick or treaters.

  21. We’ll be TP’ing the neighbors’ houses with strictly recycled paper this year.

  22. Steven weber says:

    all my decorations will be Earth friendly.

  23. Julie wilson says:

    I use decorations from last year and Halloween bags

  24. UM? I am not using a pumpkin outside and if one is bought I will cook it and use it for food. Otherwise I am making my own popcorn and not making microwave popcorn tastes better and eliminates waste.

  25. Jeanna Massman says:

    I plan to give out treats that have natural ingredients like YumEarth!

  26. Tami Lewis says:

    We dont do Halloween but id say we do buy organic candy πŸ™‚

  27. I plan on making a costume out of something I already have at home.

  28. We’re having a more eco-friendly Halloween this year by reusing reusable items and making the rest of what we need.

  29. My friends and I are sharing a ride to the party we are going to.

  30. I plan on having a more eco-friendly Halloween this year by not handing out candy wrappers. We’re handing out fruit!

  31. My family is repurposing decorations that we have had for years.

  32. We’re going to reusing past year’s decorations.

  33. I’m planning on having a more eco-friendly Halloween this year by having our Halloween party at home using real dishes, utensils, cups & cloth napkins instead of disposable paper dishes, plastic utensils, paper cups & napkins.

  34. If we make decorations, we will start with items we already have on hand.

  35. Amy Orvin says:

    I am actually not doing Halloween this year.

  36. BerkeleyHapa says:

    We re-use our decorations, especially window clings! When I was growing up, we liked to make our own costumes.

  37. Nicole Carter (Weasley) says:

    I guess the best thing I can do is keep using the same decorations I do every year.

  38. We are going to try to reuse our collection of costumes but not sure if it will work since dd has grown so much! We also use a reusable trick or treat bag.

  39. I love the solar powered Halloween figures.

  40. Amber Ludwig says:

    Healthy Halloween treats with no packaging!! We are handing out cuties!!

  41. jessica z says:

    I plan on reusing bags and costumes from previous years!

  42. Erin Ellis says:

    We are making some decorations with recycled materials!

  43. Sarah Hayes says:

    we will compost our pumpkins and sunflowers used for pictures

  44. Natalie Brown says:

    I have a Halloween “tree” that I re-use the same decorations each year. πŸ™‚

  45. I always reuse trick or treat bags and we make Halloween decorations from material in our house – like toilet paper rolls

  46. reuse last year’s decoratins

  47. Allison Swain says:

    Using recycled material to make crafts and decorations.

    thank you for the chance to win this

  48. Cheryl Rogers says:

    To have a more eco friendly Halloween we will reuse our treat bags from last year.

  49. As a vegan, I always give out vegan candy. This year I am giving out Yum Earth lollipops and Sun Sweets gummy bears.

  50. Beth Minyard says:

    I don’t really celebrate Halloween so there isn’t really a way to make it more eco friendly πŸ™‚

  51. denise low says:

    We use all of our Holiday decorations over and over again.

  52. Susan Smith says:

    I use reusuable Halloween bags and I have been reusing the same decorations for years.

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  54. We reuse all of the decorations until they weaar out and reuse costumes too.

  55. laurie murley says:

    I really don’t know guess I will try to reuse my decoration

  56. I’m reusing my banana costume. I don’t hand out candy (I’ll be over at a party).
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  57. I won’t be driving to work!

  58. I’m wearing a costume I wore a couple years ago

  59. I made my grandsons reusable bags (crochet) and their other gramma made their costumes which are really well done and can be used as pjs – they are going as ninja turtles.

  60. I don’t get too involved with Halloween, but I always make it a point never to buy Halloween candy/bags of individually wrapped “fun size” pieces. Wrapper hell!

  61. We are having a eco friendly Halloween by putting our pumpkins in a compost when we are done with them.

  62. Leah Shumack says:

    We go old school and use pillow cases for trick or treating so we aren’t using new bags each year!

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