Can beauty packaging go green? By 2050, our oceans could contain more pieces of plastic than fish. Find out more on how packaging can be made more sustainable and how we can all take action to protect the planet.
01:30 Audio: But sometimes plastic is completely unavoidable. So, what do we do then?
01:33 Audio: Try and look for packaging that contains less or no virgin plastic.
01:37 Text: Choose packaging that uses less or no virgin plastic. Newly created plastic made from fossil fuels.
01:38 Audio: And look for packaging that has a high percentage of recycled plastics instead. And always check the information on the pack to check if it’s recyclable and how to sort it. 01:39 Text: Look for a high percentage of recycled plastic.
01:50 Audio: Improving packaging is just one of the steps Garnier are taking on their Green Beauty Journey. We can all take one green step of our own and make more sustainable choices every day.
01:55 Text: #OneGreenStep
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02:10 Text: Globally Garnier is striving to eliminate virgin plastic from all packaging by 2025, saving 44,000 tons of plastic every year.
Already, Garnier globally achieved:
- Since 2019 Garnier has more than doubled use of recycled plastic in packaging (3,670 tons 9,8% of annual consumption) in 2019 versus 9,019 tons (21.2% of annual consumption) in 2020).
- In 2020 54% of our PET plastic comes from recycled materials.
- Our Fructis Shampoo and Conditioner bottles* in the US and Europe are made of 100% recycled plastic. Also our Whole Blends Shampoo and Conditioner bottles* will be made of 100% recycled plastic by the end of 2022. *excluding caps, labels and pumps.