DROPPING - JANUARY 2021
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We won’t claim at Project bYouty to always get it right, but we do promise to always try – after months and months of talking to some of the most conscious brands and trailblazing founders the industry has to offer here’s what we’ve learnt.
When recycling any product, the container needs to be clean – either washed in warm soapy water or put through the dishwasher. Remnants of skincare have the ability to contaminate other recyclables, so getting rid of any residue is a must. Check the labeling and take a minute to follow the steps – we’ve explained all the recycling symbols here (LINK) – it makes a difference trust us.
If you never remember anything we tell you again, remember this; cotton wool, regular wipes and tissue have no place in your routine and they are not recyclable or flushable. Swap them out, think flannels, wash cloths and re-usable cotton rounds, not only will your skin thank you for it but so will Nemo and friends.
Plastic skincare tubes and shampoo and conditioner bottles are some of the most common beauty containers we’ve got lying around. Don’t worry about removing the labels — these help recycling teams identify what was previously inside and whether it could subsequently have contaminated plastic. Separate the lids, they can be recycled too.
Upcycle – if you’re anything like us then chances are the packaging had something to do with making you purchase it in the first place – yeah, we see you unboxers on the gram. Our point is, surely, you’re happy to keep said box/tin/jar around only with a different purpose and new lease of life. Pinterest is a great place to start if you’re in need of inspiration.
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