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We've said it once, (actually a few more times than that), and we'll say it again: we like it Naked at LUSH.
In fact, we'd do everything Naked if we could. But then again, there are ingredients that are so beneficial, and so beautiful but come in a liquid form that some of our products do require packaging.
When we do use packaging, we aim to use the least amount possible and have not only significantly cut down on the amount of cardboard and paper products that we use, but our black pots and bottles are made from 100% post-consumer plastic - no virgins allowed! We also encourage you to return your black pots and bottles at your local LUSH shop. Bring back 5 and we'll exchange them for a free Fresh Face Mask. You get clean, radiant skin and we'll make sure that your containers get recycled and up-cycled for you. Win-win for everyone and the environment.However, you can also reuse your black pots and containers at home or at the office too.
Here are some of our favorites:
Storing office supplies
With, or without the labels you can use our pots to store paperclips, thumbtacks, erasers, staples, love notes, or whatever supplies you like to keep at hand, but in an easy, stackable way to help you keep your desktop tidy. You could also glue magnets to the bottom and affix them to a magnetic board for even more organizational fun!
Get your garden started
Depending on what climate you live in, some herbs, veggies, and plants could use a helping hand to get started before the growing season...
Creating Naked and packaging-free products at LUSH is at the core of our philosophy. In fact, 46% of our products are currently sold Naked. But really, who doesn't love it naked? However, there are some absolutely gorgeous ingredients that have incredible benefits for your hair and body that can't be made into a solid form. For those products we use bottles and pots, and we've done our best to source options that lessen our impact on the environment.
Shama, our Green Officer shares her easy tips on recycling and reusing our black pots and bottles.
Find out more about our Green Policy here....