Some of beauty’s biggest names have formed a consortium to support more sustainable shopping choices
Cosmetic and FMCG behemoths Unilever, Henkel, L’Oréal, LVMH and Natura & Co have formed a newly announced consortium to develop the first industry-wide environmental impact scoring system for beauty products.
The goal of the consortium, which is open to any cosmetics companies wishing to join, is to provide consumers with clear, transparent and comparable information about the environmental impact of the beauty products they use, to ultimately support more sustainable shopping choices.
The brand-agnostic scoring system will take into account the full product lifecycle, covering parameters including formula, packaging and usage....
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