DROPPING - JANUARY 2021
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In 2020, talk of climate change took a backseat while certain topics took centre stage. Looking at you, COVID-19. However, for 2021, more people are turning their attentions back to planet preservation – in its recent One Green Step Report, Garnier found that 89% of people in the UAE say they wanted to be more sustainable in 2021. Rightly, so.
So, if you’re looking for ways to take a more conscious approach to your beauty routine, we’ve compiled this list of oh so effortless switches to help you lower your impact on the daily.
We all understand that single-use plastic and throw-away wipes are evil, however, one routine apparatus often gets forgotten about, and this little product has an unhealthy knack for clogging up the oceans. What LastSwab does, is offer an eco-friendly alternative to the many uses of single use Q-tips. But without the large environmental footprint, of course.
Most brands strive for a carbon neutral output. Rahua has done one better, and is actually the only brand in the world to be carbon positive. So, switch up your haircare routine and opt for this insanely inspirational cleanse and conditioner combo.
Use cotton pads? Yeah… how about, don’t. These throw away products add up and are contributing to the gigantic amount of waste piling up from the beauty industry. Enter: Croon. The reusable, machine washable facial microfiber that cleanses, exfoliates, and removes makeup with just water. Simple.
We’ve all seen the meme; 98% of adulthood is buying serums. This we won’t dispute. But we do think that buying copious amounts of different products, trying them out, discarding most, and then finding them again once they’ve expired isn’t best practise. Well, Bolt Beauty’s vegan and cruelty-free serums are presented in the most sustainable fashion. Each formula is packaged individually, with the perfect amount for one application in every drop. Zero hassle, completely hygienic, and eco-friendly.
Sticking to a plastic-free routine might seem difficult at first, but not with all the brands that offer recycling. Mara’s skincare products are housed in glass bottles that can be recycled at home. Even the aluminium gold caps.
Once you’ve ditched the plastic, banned single-use products, and are trying your hand at refillable formulas, you’re well on your way to making a difference. All before your morning coffee.
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