This month, the packaging supplier and the clean beauty retailer teamed up to make it all the easier for cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brands to choose packaging that Credo deems sustainable.
P&G’s razor and personal care brand Gillette announced a 2030 sustainability plan this week and simultaneously shared data from a survey of 5,000+ men across 11 countries conducted in partnership with Lucid.
Personal care major Johnson & Johnson has outlined a range of measures in its ‘healthy lives mission’ program that aim to boost sustainability and improve the health of consumers over the next ten years.
The California-based deodorant brand has plans to be a fully plastic-free business by mid-2021. And the brand’s partnership with a new beauty packaging company is a key piece of that sustainability strategy.
The beauty industry will have to re-think product engagement and interaction as consumers emerge from the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis with safety and hygiene front-of-mind, highly aware of everything they touch, says a trends expert.
Retailers have been instrumental in defining the terms of Clean Beauty. But until now, brands have been left alone to decide what ‘sustainable packaging’ really means. Credo’s new 4-phase plan for cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brands changes...
Clean and ethical beauty has evolved significantly in recent years, fuelled by various environmental, societal and business factors, but why does this burgeoning category matter more today? Scroll down to watch Episode 1.
CosmeticsDesign is launching a Clean & Ethical Beauty online video series this week, compiling the latest trends, data and expert opinions on how and why the business opportunities are evolving in this growing space.