4 Beauty Brands On Their Sustainability Practices

For this issue’s sustainability focus, leading skincare companies reveal to Anita Quade how they are going green in a bid to save the planet, and why educating customers is key to major change.

Advanced Cosmeceuticals

“As a brand we are dedicated to reducing waste throughout the entirety of the product life cycle. From removing leaflets and maximising our PCR content, to offsetting our website sales’ carbon footprint by creating cold press formulations in-house. Not to mention the air miles saved blending all formulas here in the UK.”

— Daniel Isaacs, Director of Research at Medik8

Daniel Isaacs, Director of Research at Medik8


“An Eco-friendly approach is pushing us to think differently and challenge our classic model to ensure that our vision of beauty is in harmony with the world around us.”

— Rita Smith, General Manager at Payot

Rita Smith, General Manager at Payot


“By being a sustainable brand, we are giving consumers a choice and an opportunity to combat climate change with us, decrease their carbon footprint, and support a company that is involved in financially contributing to active ecological projects that clean up the planet, regenerate forests, and fight global warming.”

— Wendy Reiner, Founder of Kisuna

Wendy Reiner, Founder of Kisuna


“Sothys is moving towards becoming “plastic neutral” through protection of our oceans. The principle is to commence an ethical recycling eco-system in vulnerable coastal communities.”

— Jeffrey Daley, CEO of Sothys

Australian agent Sothys-Paris Jeffrey Daley
Jeffrey Daley, CEO of Sothys

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