A sustainable beauty trend that has blown up in the last few years is the refill format. Less packaging, a reduced carbon footprint and better value to customers, it’s a no brainer. Here I review five brands offering refillable beauty products, with options to suit all tastes.
With only half of Brits recycling their bathroom beauty empties, there’s still a way to go to tackle the huge 86% of plastic beauty packaging that aren’t currently recycled. From upcycled ingredients to recycled plastic and compostable packaging, here are five products that offer sustainable choices.
Originating in South Korea, waterless beauty proposes products that are formulated without water for more sustainable alternatives like soap, balms, powders, oils and butters. Every part of the body is catered for, so here is my waterless beauty routine, covering face, hair and body.
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.