‘A close shave’ for the environment

Skincare brand Bulldog launches a new recycling scheme for its shaving products, turning them into new products or ‘renewable’ energy

L’Oreal commits to ‘green science-based future’

The cosmetics company aims to have 95% of its ingredients from renewable plant sources by 2030

‘Beer saved grains could help protect coral reefs’

That’s the suggestion from Claudia Condulet, Founder of the startup BELLEJO, who spoke to FNZ about the way wasted biomass can be transformed into cosmetics products

The Estée Lauder Companies reaches net zero operations

The cosmetics giant signed virtual power purchase agreements and deployed a total 5MW of solar capacity across its portfolio

‘World’s first’ cosmetic plastic bottle made from industrial CO2 emissions unveiled

L’Oréal and Total have teamed up with the carbon recycling biotech firm LanzaTech, which converts emissions into ethanol before is turned to polyethylene

Eucerin to save 175 tonnes of paper by 2025 with phase-out of packaging leaflets

The dermocosmetics brand is also testing carton material for its boxes in order to further reduce the demand for paper

Lipstick powered by solar

A British perfume and cosmetics factory is using solar power to make its products. Hampshire Cosmetics is capitalising on the Government’s Feed in Tariffs scheme, which gives people money for making their own energy. It is making 20% energy savings after covering its 55,000sq ft roofspace with solar panels. Anesco, the energy services firm that […]