Annabelle Baker, director of Lush Greater China. The cosmetics company recently launched its first store in Hong Kong that is completely free of plastic packaging. “We aren’t focused on sustainability ... we are focused on regeneration,” Baker says.

Harvested in Hong Kong: why global beauty brand Lush is shopping local to make its products sustainable and environmentally friendly

  • Hong Kong is a notoriously recycling-unfriendly city, which is a problem for buyers of beauty products who value sustainability
  • Although small brands are often quicker on the uptake, it’s global companies that have the power to change the system
Topic |   Beauty
Annabelle Baker, director of Lush Greater China. The cosmetics company recently launched its first store in Hong Kong that is completely free of plastic packaging. “We aren’t focused on sustainability ... we are focused on regeneration,” Baker says.
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