Compostable & biodegradable
Don't judge a book by its cover. Although our hairpins and combs look like plastic, they certainly are not. We specifically chose cellulose acetate because it is made from 100% natural materials, such as wood pulp and cotton. Sustainable, renewable and compostable, without losing strength and quality.
Eco-friendly & compostable
Konjac has been a common practice in Asian culture for thousands of years. Initially, it was used to clean delicate baby skin. Later, they discovered that it exfoliates the skin, keeping it soft and healthy. The sponge is made from the potato-like konjac plant, also known under the name "Devil's Tongue". It consists of 97% water and is packed with natural minerals. This makes it gentle on your skin, biodegradable and perfect for composting. A konjac sponge also needs little to no packaging to retain its effect, making it even more environmentally conscious.
Renewable & sustainable
A soft and strong fabric that is already well-known and was our first choice for the Cotton Pads Petite and Grande. The biggest advantage of the cotton plant is that it takes only eight to nine months to grow, while other natural textile options come from mature trees. Here, it was a conscious decision to go for 100% cotton. Not only does it feel more comfortable on the skin, but this makes the recycling process much easier. In addition, it is 100% biodegradable.
Renewable & eco-friendly
Bamboo, also known as "Miracle Grass", lives up to its nickname. It is by far the fastest-growing plant known, as it can grow up to one metre every day. Bamboo is also highly renewable. After harvesting, it does not need to be replanted, which ensures that no extra land needs to be cleared. Once the trunk is cut, it recovers from itself via the root system. On top of that, it does wonders for the air we breathe. Bamboo is much stronger at neutralising CO2 and produces up to 35% more oxygen than equivalent tree species.