Exclusive: Elemis' unwanted skin care ingredients are being upcycled into sample sachets

By Amanda Pauley | Published: 16-Oct-2023

The skin care brand is working with Xampla, the green materials pioneer, to turn its plant waste into a heat sealable film which could replace single-use plastic

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Elemis has joined forces with biodegradable materials firm Xampla to develop plastic-free sampling sachets for its beauty products.

The project aims to replace the plastic traditionally used in single-use beauty sachets with a sustainable material made from the British skin care brand’s plant waste. 

Over the next six months, Xampla will

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