Design to reuse should be prioritised as a sustainable beauty strategy because its overall positive impact far outweighs working with reduced or recyclable materials, according to European researchers.
Environmental solutions platform Ubuntoo recently released their 2021 report on corporate plastic packaging goals, with three cosmetics companies or cosmetics-owning multinationals among the best performing.
International beauty major L’Oréal has co-developed a plastic cosmetics bottle with French biotech specialist Carbios, made using fully recycled PET via an enzymatic recycling technology that also makes it infinitely recyclable.
South Korean firm FSKorea sees strong need for recyclable make-up brushes to keep up with rising demand for sustainable beauty products – and has shed light on a raft of projects that are helping it meet its eco goals.
The rules are an initiative of Canada – based Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) Plastic Waste Coalition of Action. And already companies like Unilever, J&J, Henkel Canada, and Colgate-Palmolive are supporting the initiative, which aims to ensure “no plastic...
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.
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...
Recycle BC, a non-profit based in British Columbia, thinks so. The organization headed up by Tamara Burns just launched a campaign encouraging consumers to tour their own homes and spot any otherwise-overlooked recyclable packaging.
A novel environmentally-friendly bottle that cuts plastic use by more than two thirds and has a 100% recyclable and compostable mould-fibre shell is set to shake up the beverage and personal care markets, claimed Berlin Packaging.