Cosmetics

eco-credentials
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Communicating eco-credentials in fashion and beauty packaging

With fashion and beauty (as well as its packaging) still largely sitting within the ‘disposable’ goods section, communicating your message is key to still being ‘buyable’. Whether it is stamps of approval from environmental organisations, minimising internal packaging ‘fillers’ or simply educating the consumer with a ‘re-use me’ message – there is plenty that can be done say’s Robert Lockyer of Delta Global.

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N A E
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N.A.E. launches Solids Box

Organic beauty brand N.A.E. is starting an eCommerce pilot project in cooperation with Amazon. With reduced packaging material and optimized supply chain methods, the brand further enhances its commitment to sustainability.

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LA ROCHE-POSAY
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LA ROCHE-POSAY CARDBOARD TUBE

As a result of an ambitious co-development between L’Oréal and Albéa, the tube packaging, integrating cardboard, is designed as an alternative to the various packaging solutions currently used for cosmetic products.

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Gerresheimer
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Glass is Infinitely Recyclable, says Gerresheimer

As a leading producer of glass packaging for cosmetic products, Gerresheimer is committed to driving sustainability in the sector. Gerresheimer has been successfully producing glass with a high proportion of post-consumer recycled (PCR) material for over 10 years in Momignies, Belgium

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L’Oreal Plastic-Less
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L’Oreal Prepares for Plastic-Less Cosmetics with Perso AI

Developed by the L’Oréal Technology Incubator, Perso’s sleek device, which stands 6.5 inches high and weighs just over one pound, features a streamlined four-step process to deliver on-the-spot skincare and cosmetic formulas that optimize for increasing levels of personalization over time.

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