The labels, which will appear on 85,000 Dr. Bronner’s soap bottles, share four calls to action that consumers can take to help fight against the extinction of the Southern Resident Orca in support of the documentary Coextinction.
Plastic Action Platform Oceanworks offers manufacturers and suppliers to the cosmetics and personal care product industries the opportunity to improve sustainability practices through reclaimed and recycled materials sourcing, its IMPAC+ plastic offsetting...
Italian aluminium packaging company Inca has new investors, a new management team and a new logo - and has detailed more about its latest beauty projects and plans to make its products even more sustainable.
The novel bio-based material is ideal for luxury fragrance caps and other cosmetic and personal care product packaging options and offers brands the opportunity to switch to more environmentally friendly packaging without sacrificing quality or functionality,...
Quadpack has released the Regula Petit Jar, an innovative and sustainable design for cosmetics and personal care product manufacturers seeking recyclable options for sample or travel-sized product launches.
Through the recent launch, the manufacturer has directly addressed a specific consumer demand for cost-effective cosmetic brushes that perform well with solid stick cosmetic formulations without sacrificing performance results.
Morrama has made available an option for end-users to recycle refill inserts after use, which improves the sustainability potential of cosmetic and personal beauty care products and reduces overall material waste.
As in-store purchasing of hair removal and bath and shower product categories fell in Q4 2022, the design collaboration between Gillette and Rifle Paper Co. in its latest razor release is an innovative approach to reinvigorate product sales in these categories.
Brand transparency regarding environmental sustainability remains a top priority for cosmetics and personal beauty care consumers, and companies should be working to meet consumer demand, advises report.
Consumers live in a multisensory world where perception and experiences are defined by the human senses, and the beauty industry must keep this front-of-mind during product design and development, says a leading experimental psychologist.
Shaved heads, no eyebrows and messy makeup are some of the latest visuals popping up in beauty as Generation Z emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic looking to flip the lid on dated, traditional narratives.
Design to reuse should be prioritised as a sustainable beauty strategy because its overall positive impact far outweighs working with reduced or recyclable materials, according to European researchers.
Skin and sun care brand Everyday Humans was just added to the Target Zero Collection, aided by their plastic neutral certification. CosmeticsDesign spoke with brand founder Charlotte Chen Pienaar about being included in the retail giant's sustainable...