World Environment Day: Sustainable Packaging

Sustainable Packaging

We only have one earth. Let’s take care of it.

With sustainability at the core of the business, our product development team focuses on always improving our packaging, ensuring that each product is eco friendly and is not harmful to the environment.

For World Environment Day, we would love to share with you our recent development and how we have upgraded our sustainable packaging, offering forest pulp labels on our brand new Anniversary Hand and Body Wash.

Sustainable Packaging: New Hand and Body Wash

Our Anniversary Hand and Body Wash has a PETE 1 recyclable plastic bottle and is made from 100% PCR plastics. PCR plastics refer to any plastic material made from recycled post-consumer resins. They are more environmentally friendly and a far more sustainable option than any other types of plastic.

Recyclable bottle and forest pulp labels | Cruelty free and vegan friendly | made in England | It is cruelty-free and free from parabens, SLS and SLES.

Forest Film Labels

Designed with sustainability in mind, these product labels use 100% renewable wood based raw materials. This forest film material offers a renewable alternative to fossil-based film, all made from pulp production residues. This eco-designed wood-based face film that is ISCC (International Sustainability & Carbon Certification) certified.

The Forest Film is an ISCC certified product. ISCC certified plastic film is produced by using sustainable resources to replace an equivalent amount of fossil resources in the production process (mass balance approach).

The Sustainable Hand Cream

The aluminium hand cream tubes are not only beautifully decorated but are a more sustainable alternative to plastic hand cream packaging. We are growingly conscious about how much single-use plastics are in the products we buy. We choose to use aluminium tubes because aluminium has many sustainable and ethical advantages.

Aluminium is much better than plastic in so many ways, starting with its recyclability. Nearly 75 percent of all the aluminium ever produced is still in use today.

Recycling contributes to the circular economy, and reducing the need to mine for virgin material. Another positive about aluminium is that can be recycled infinitely, and there’s no need to add virgin material to the process. Plastic, on the other hand, is not as straightforward and can be a complex process.

Please shop our new and upgraded sustainable packaging here, supporting the movement to shop more sustainably, resulting in a more positive impact on the environment.