We started I LIVE ECO to bring you a simple
and curated way to go more eco.
Our marketplace includes eco-friendly and sustainable products that are good for you, your home, and the earth. If you want to start living a more sustainable, minimalist lifestyle but don’t know where to start, we recommend The I LIVE ECO subscription box. Curated with products to help you start (or continue) living a more eco-friendly life, delivered right to you each season, our subscription box is the easiest way to start living with less waste and less toxins. We are continually working with experts towards lowering our own eco-footprint as much as possible.
Do good for the earth. Do good for you. Do it in style.
We carry many green I LIVE ECO products in-house that are offered in our marketplace and are included seasonally in every I LIVE ECO box in addition to the best in eco goods from our trusted partners. We have worked with purpose-driven brands such as ela Handbags, Wyld Skincare, and the Better Skin Co. We love collaborating with like-minded brands so reach out if you have a great green brand and are interested in being part of the box!
The idea for I LIVE ECO started with a bamboo straw on a trip home to the Philippines. Wanting to bring this great product back to Toronto for her eco-community back home, Gen also had a deep desire to give to the children from her first home. The two came together perfectly to create I LIVE ECO. In each product she creates, she doesn’t just see the item, she sees a child’s life that can be changed. Each customer and subscriber is a partner to Gen, working towards loving, honouring, and healing our planet together.
I LIVE ECO donates 1% of its revenue from online sales to The Sun Crew, an organization based in Siargao Island in the Philippines that works to teach children about the importance of protecting the environment and to help them build skills to improve their future prospects. They use surfing as a tool to build brighter futures for local children and to protect the environment. Free surfboard lessons are given in exchange for the children’s participation in sustainability and education programs. These programs teach the importance of protecting the natural environment as well as teaching the children skills to help alleviate poverty and improve their prospects.