As many of us become increasingly aware of - and concerned about - the harmful impact of plastic on the environment, we're looking for more ways to reduce the amount we use in our daily lives. One brand doing just that is cosmetics retailer Lush. Lush has crunched the numbers and knows that its eco-friendly approach is paying off. Between January and January , global sales of its shampoo bars meant that 15,, plastic bottles were never created. Similarly, from May to June , using naked body butters saved kg of packaging from being thrown into landfill. As well as being kind to the environment, plastic-free products are economical, too.
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I tried Lush's new 'naked' products that have zero packaging — and they totally surprised me
Read this post in Dutch. Rose Jam is one of my favorite scents, so it made completely sense that I bought this naked body conditioner. Also because it was on sale. There is a slight difference between this and a regular body conditioner. I will first take a look at the ingredients list.
I was skeptical, but excited to go "naked. There's a reason you can smell a Lush shop before it's even in sight: a lot of its products are "naked" — meaning they are sold with no packaging. Popular items like bath bombs , bubble bars , and soap require no packaging and are therefore free to fill the store with their fragrance. When I heard Lush was creating "naked" versions of bottled products like shower gels, body lotions, and body conditioners in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic used for its products, I was a bit skeptical but curious to see how it was done.