Amount of water used throughout a product’s life cycle, i.e. the water needed for the production of ingredients and packaging, the water needed to produce the products in the factory, the water consumed during use (e.g. shower) and the water needed to treat the wastewater.
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[HAIRCARE] On average, 60% of the water footprint of a shampoo or a conditioner comes from the use phase!
This is why we are working to improve the rinsability of our shampoos and conditioners. You can also choose leave-in conditioners, which are often better for the planet.
[SKINCARE] - Micellar Water has a water footprint twice smaller than a rinse-off facial cleanser, not only because the use phase of the product requires less water, but also because of the smaller amount of water to be treated after use.
-Even non-rinsed products can have a significant water footprint, because of the water used at every step of a product’s life cycle: ingredients culture, packaging manufacturing, recycling…