The beauty routine is more sustainable with these 7 reusable products
April 22 is celebrated the Earth Day but, in reality, we should think about the good of our home every day. Because they are precisely the small gestures repeated daily to make a difference. And the beauty case, of course, it is not excluded. Indeed, thanks to the growing attention on the issue of sustainability, more and more brands are striving to minimize their impact on the environment. Resorting to packaging refillablefor example, which allow you to keep the original bottle by simply replacing it the cartridge containing the actual product. Or by proposing products waterlesslike the shampoo and shower gel they become solid and take the form of comfortable soaps which also have the advantage of being easily transportable.
Without forgetting the attention to the provenance of the ingredients inside biodegradable formulaswhich contain active ingredients of safe, controlled and certified origin in order to guarantee them minimal impact on the environment. There green beautyin short, it is becoming more and more popular, also promoted by celebrities come Gwyneth Paltrowwhich with its brand Goop for years it has been encouraging you to choose a more lifestyle careful and healthyfrom nutrition to the creams we apply on the face.
The solution more effectivethough, if you want to make your own beauty routine more sustainable is to resort, where possible, to a reusable cosmetic products. In gallery below found seven tips really smart for minimize waste in the bathroom. Thanks to gods beauty tool reusable that will make you say goodbye to their colleagues disposable.
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