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Instyle Interviews Celebrities For Their Green Tips

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charlize-theron-dior-2008-show-00.jpgInstyle Magazine recently interviewed a handful of celebs including Charlize Theron, Alicia Silverstone and Courtney Cox to learn about the simple changes they made to their everyday lives to help reduce, reuse and recycle. Courtney’s even includes an extra incentive for the recycling.

Charlize Theron

“I like Endstar [makers of parkas, tents and sleeping bags]. The stuff is durable — and made out of Return Textile fabric, which is partly created from recycled bottles.”

Alicia Silverstone

To save energy, the actress uses the laundry line to dry her clothes. “The sun does all the work, and it makes me feel like I live in Italy. I love it!”

Courtney Cox

The former Friends star and wife of David Arquette uses Little Twig, the extra mild unscented bath line, which is sulfate- and paraben-free, on her 3 year old daughter Coco. When you return four of the recyclable containers and you get a reward for keeping the planet clean: a 30 percent discount online.

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