Sustainable consumption refers to the human initiative to consume resources without harming the surrounding environment and compromising future generations. This initiative has become one of the United Nations' Sustainable Development goals for decades. As information technology becomes more advanced, more research is investigating the use of information technology to promote sustainable consumption awareness and behavior. To provide a better understanding related to the area, this article reviews the literature on this topic published between 2017 and 2022. It is limited to research articles published in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, with a specific context of individual consumption. The articles were found using the Science Direct, Scopus, and AISEL using combinations of keywords and several inclusion and exclusion criteria. In total, 26 articles were reviewed and analyzed based on its application domain, mechanism, and methodological characteristics. This review concludes that more research is needed, specifically, in developing countries contexts. In addition, there is a need to expand the research beyond groceries consumption and education for sustainability context.