Beauty product makers are working to reduce plastic waste, among them L’Occitane, whose new Hong Kong store accepts empty bottles and tubes, including those of other brands, for recycling. It is also among brands that sell refillable beauty products.
Beauty product makers are working to reduce plastic waste, among them L’Occitane, whose new Hong Kong store accepts empty bottles and tubes, including those of other brands, for recycling. It is also among brands that sell refillable beauty products.
Beauty

‘Naked’ soap, refillable lipstick: to use less plastic, the beauty industry pivots to recycling and refill options

  • L’Occitane has launched recycling and refill options, Dior has a refillable bottle for one of its fragrances, and Lush sells wrapper-free soaps and shampoo bars
  • Major beauty companies are responding to growing customer awareness of the importance of environmental and ethical issues

Beauty product makers are working to reduce plastic waste, among them L’Occitane, whose new Hong Kong store accepts empty bottles and tubes, including those of other brands, for recycling. It is also among brands that sell refillable beauty products.
Beauty product makers are working to reduce plastic waste, among them L’Occitane, whose new Hong Kong store accepts empty bottles and tubes, including those of other brands, for recycling. It is also among brands that sell refillable beauty products.
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