Luxury fashion, fragrance and beauty house Chanel has launched a range of skincare and cosmetic products described by Vogue as its most environmentally conscious to date, including its first refillable beauty product.
The Plant Based Products Council (PBPC) recently released its annual consumer research study showing growing consumer demand for products made from renewable and sustainable materials.
Making cosmetic packaging with recycled plastic can avoid between 50% to 70% of CO2 emissions compared to a standard bottle. Hence, the demand for high-quality recycled plastics tends to increase as the main players in the global economy strive to reduce their environmental impact.
Beauty Kitchen launches reuse model to prevent plastic waste across the beauty and personal care sectors.
The Estée Lauder Companies Joins Pulpex Partner Consortium to Develop Prestige Beauty’s First Widely Recyclable Paper Bottle
ELC is collaborating with leading companies to adapt and scale a first-of-its-kind, paper bottle technology to advance sustainable packaging solutions across industries
The P&G-owned brand is offering its inclusive lids for its most popular products including Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream, Vitamin C + Peptide 24 Face Moisturizer, Retinol 24 Face Moisturizer and Collagen Peptide 24 Face Moisturizer
CHANEL has just announced new LES EAUX DE CHANEL fragrance bottle caps made with biobased Sulapac® material. Since 2021, all of the 125 ml bottles in LES EAUX DE CHANEL collection are topped with a biobased cap, which CHANEL has developed in partnership with Sulapac.
RICHMOND, Va., September 27, 2021 – Silgan Dispensing, a global leader in design and manufacture of highly engineered pumps and sprayers in the beauty, fragrance, personal care, home, and healthcare markets, is premiering Pearl® 2, the next generation of its airless systems, at Luxe Pack Monaco 2021.
Henkel, L’Oréal, LVMH, Natura &Co, and Unilever announce a new global collaboration to co-develop an industry-wide environmental impact assessment and scoring system for cosmetics products. The aim is to co-design an approach that is brand-agnostic, and which provides consumers with clear, transparent and comparable environmental impact information, based on a common science-based methodology. They are inviting other cosmetics companies to join them in this pursuit.
Recent innovative packaging developments have predominantly revolved around different aspects of sustainability, such as recyclability, biodegradability, compostability, refillability, reusability and the use of biosourced materials or raw materials derived from renewable resources. These trends are being pushed by multiple drivers, starting with individual consumers being more eco-conscious, along with brands wanting to be more forward thinking and focusing on the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle).