mothernature.com – I use this site regularly for my supplements and beauty care products. They offer a great variety of organic and chemical free items at a very reasonable price. In comparison, I had purchased an ounce of tea tree oil from them for under $8, where on drugstore.com it was listed as 1/2 ounce for over $8.
drugstore.com – Unlike mothernature.com, drugstore.com actually carries a lot of other random elements like Seventh Generation laundry detergent.
gaiam.com – A more expensive resource, but they have fantastic eco-friendly products from sheets to rain water collection.
etsy.com – Not necessarily an organic site, but a shopping site of hand-made products. A fantastic variety of good, most of which are made without any chemical.
greenfeet.com – They have a small inventory of products, but they cover bases that other sites don’t, such as that eco-friendly toilet brush.
lehmans.com – The non-electric catalog. This site lists a lot of Amish products, but is excellent for finding eco-friendly alternatives to everyday appliances, tools, and even traditional toys.
mountainroseherbs.com – If you’re looking for herbs and teas, this is a great resource.
bluecanoe.com – Hosts a variety of organic clothing (mainly women).
environgentle.com – Sells many eco-friendly tees with or without logos. Uni-sex.