By using an FSC-certified cardboard, Garnier supports forest management that respects people and nature.
February 10, 2021
Garnier has re-launched its Ultra Doux line of shampoos, which now come in a solid bar format, in recyclable and FSC-certified cardboard packaging.
According to the media reports, the launch represents the Garnier’s first no-waste shampoo and boasts 94 percent plant-based ingredients pressed into a solid shampoo bar. The shampoos are available in five versions to suit all hair types and do not require plastic wrapping.
With these Ultra Doux shampoos, Garnier presents a new line of sustainable beauty products free of plastic packaging. It’s yet another step forward in its commitment to greener, and more sustainable beauty. By using an FSC-certified cardboard, Garnier supports forest management that respects people and nature.
Garnier also conducted a comparative Life Cycle Analysis to measure the product’s impact throughout its entire lifecycle, and the results show “considerable” environmental benefits compared to a standard shampoo bottle.
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The study found the launch offers an 80 percent reduction in primary packaging, a 30 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emission and a 90 percent reduction in packaging fossil energy consumption.