Going Green: Beauty Brands Committed To Zero Waste Conscious beauty is a new wave that everyone should be riding.

Nothing is more exciting than receiving or purchasing a stunning package of beauty products. The first thing that most of us do is reach for our phones to can capture the moment and share the package in our Insta photos.

Given that millions of beauty products are used around the globe, it makes you wonder where all of the packagings from those items end up. Packing is a key element for beauty companies to brand themselves. They need it to be eye-catching for the sake of social media and most importantly sales. So when a package is made, it can sometimes be over the top with designs, glitz, and glamour.

However, zero waste beauty is becoming a new wave. Minimal packaging/design that looks aesthetically pleasing and is also good for the environment.

Here are a few brands below that are committed to changing the way we recycle our beauty packaging while being committed to zero waste. Get into it!

Native Deodorant

This deodorant is made without aluminum and made with ingredients you can pronounce like Shea butter, coconut oil, and baking soda.


This brand creates an array of beauty and skincare products with packaging that is good for the environment.

Raw Apothecary

This brand has a mud mask, mango body butter , and the following:

Tata Harper

Being all about clean beauty, this brand is green from its product ingredients to its packaging.

Jane Iredale

With packaging that won’t sit around in landfills, Jane’s beauty products are also made with vegan and cruelty-free ingredients.

Lush Cosmetics

Lush uses paper, aluminum, other recyclable packages for their products that are all handmade and natural.
Photo: Lush Cosmetics

Brush With Bamboo

This toothbrush made from bamboo is perfect, seeing as you need to change out your toothbrush every 3 months. You won’t be cluttering up the environment with plastic brushes.

Kjaer Weis

This brand makes its products refillable, so you can repurpose your packaging each time you re-up on the product.

Elate Cosmetics

Their wooden packaging is eco-friendly and great for the environment.
Photo: Elated Essentials
RMS Beauty
Aluminum packaging makes this brand reusable and recyclable.

Besame Cosmetics

Not only is this brand eco-friendly, but they have a vintage vibe that gives you a glamorous feel.
Photo: Besame Cosmetics
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