Editors’ picks: 35 sustainable products our editors love – CNN Underscored

EDITORS’ PICKS

Sometimes, everyday products our editors use don’t make it into our in-depth, long-form comparative pieces in which we vigorously test similar products head-to-head. That’s where our Editors’ Picks come in — where we highlight everyday products we personally stand by and use on a daily basis, and think you should too.

This article is a part of CNN Underscored’s Earth Week, a weeklong focus on our planet and ways to celebrate and preserve it. We’ll be featuring tips on how to live more sustainably, products to help you spend more time in nature and exclusive deals all week, so check in every morning to see what’s new, and be sure to subscribe to the CNN Underscored newsletter to see it all.

Knowing what is and isn’t an eco-friendly product can be hard at times. It’s easy to get lost in a brand’s marketing lingo and buy something that seems “green” but isn’t actually much better for the Earth.

That’s why we asked our editors to roundup their favorite products that are actually eco-friendly in one way or another. Whether the products are made from recycled materials, use ethically-sourced ingredients, can be composted or will just help you reduce your waste, here are our editors’ favorite sustainable products.

$129 $99 at Tushy

I’ve gone long about how much I love Tushy’s affordable bidets, but in short: They’re life-changing. It’s my most-recommended product to every person around me whose toilets I frequent (or not), and it does legitimately help save you from buying so much toilet paper. We named this one the best bidet attachment of the year largely because of how easy it is to install, the simple design and easily-adjustable water pressure. I’ll also note that this one can fit on a wider array of toilets and bathroom setups than most other bidets, so it’s the perfect beginner’s choice.

— Rachel Lubitz, senior lifestyle editor

$24 $20.40 with code CNNEARTH at Package Free Shop

Composting at home has been the biggest change I’ve made to live more sustainably, and having a dedicated bin for food waste like this one from Package Free is a helpful way to stay on track. From compostable …….

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