Aesop’s ingredients are sustainably harvested and processed. And up to 60 per cent of its glass bottles and jars are made from recycled materials.
Even the cartons used in the transportation of its products are 98 per cent recycled, unbleached fibreboard.
Fresh is big on using natural ingredients, but its Lotus Youth Preserve Dream Face Cream goes a step further – its key ingredient is a sustainably sourced flower called the Super Lotus.
The lotus is pressed at the farming site, and any by-products are returned to the soil, to minimise the carbon footprint and environmental impact.
The Body Shop’s new sheet mask is made with cellulose fibre from renewably sourced wood pulp. Plus, it is compostable and biodegradable.
Shu Uemura uses sustainably sourced Japanese charcoal in its latest cleansing oil.
Burt’s Bees sources its beeswax, waxes and butters from community sources as much as possible to reduce its carbon footprint. Recyclable materials also make up 89 per cent of its packaging.
Kopari’s key ingredient in all its products is sustainably sourced coconut oil.
Soleil Toujours’ products are 100 per cent coral-reef safe. The company also commits to a net zero carbon footprint for its operations.