This is the year sustainability becomes a top priority for beauty businesses. From recyclable packaging to biodegradable formulas, beauty brands are cleaning up their product offering, with the humble bar soap being a great planet-friendly format.
The three Rs have gained momentum throughout UK households and are increasingly being applied to beauty products, helping minimise waste. Here are a few tips on how to go greener when it comes to dealing with beauty empties.
Sales of vegan-certified beauty products may be on the rise, but with the number of UK bees rapidly declining, investing in products that support beekeepers is more important than ever. Here is a selection of bee-friendly brands that give back.
Founded by a 16-year-old, beauty subscription box Leo’s Box is a sustainable project that highlights Gen Z as THE generation we pin our hopes on to sort out the current ecological crisis. Find out how in this review.
Anyone who’s ever delved into ‘clean’ and ‘eco-friendly’ beauty will know that it is a minefield of confusing green washing and vague claims. Does Positive Luxury’s Butterfly Mark help beauty customers understand how their favourite luxury brand is sustainable?
Synonymous with waste, over-consumption and pollution, single use plastic is being shamed as a key contributor to today’s environmental issues. Join in with Plastic Free July and discover beauty brands making a conscious effort to choose alternative materials.