REN Clean Skincare Elevates Mask Range With Sustainable Packaging

REN Clean Skincare has upgraded the packaging of their face masks vary with a brand new 20% PCR glass jar, in partnership with Verescence, and a brand new “extensively recyclable” aluminum lid containing an invisible thread, in partnership with Anomatic.
The improve begins with two merchandise: REN’s award-winning Evercalm Ultra Comforting Rescue Mask, described as “a fast-acting hydrating cream masks to assist calm and soothe delicate pores and skin,” and iconic Clearcalm Invisible Pores Detox Mask, a purifying and mattifying masks to assist detoxify and rebalance blemish-prone pores and skin.
By upgrading these merchandise to a brand new extensively recyclable pack utilizing an aluminum lid and a 20% PCR glass jar, the model stays true to its Zero Waste Pledge with packaging that’s each recyclable and makes use of recycled supplies. The aluminum from the lid is infinitely recyclable. Nearly 75% of all aluminum ever produced remains to be in use right now.
Michelle Brett, CEO of REN Clean Skincare, feedback: “REN is proud to work with packaging companions, Verescence and Anomatic, with a like-minded dedication to investing in additional sustainable strategies of manufacture.”Damien Dossin, president and CEO of Anomatic, which holds a 2021 Ecovadis Gold ranking, says: “Sustainability has all the time been on the core of Anomatic—from our tradition and our planet-friendly processes to designing revolutionary, recyclable packaging. Our partnership with REN accelerated the corporate’s commercialization of recyclable lid building, changing a threaded plastic interior with an aluminum overshell for a premium look.” 
Thomas Riou, CEO of Verescence, says: “Since 2008, Verescence has been advancing its dedication to a extra sustainable magnificence trade by investing in additional environmentally accountable manufacturing processes. Not solely furnace expertise, but in addition the kind of glass produced has an impression on greenhouse gasoline emissions.
“At Verescence, we’re keen about partnering with dedicated manufacturers like REN to co-develop revolutionary and sustainable glass packaging options. By selecting Verescence’s Infinite Glass 20, a composition that incorporates 20% of post-consumer recycled glass, REN has allowed us to cut back our CO2 emissions by 5% throughout the manufacturing of the glass jar and restrict our impression on pure assets. Verescence is now driving its environmental efficiency to the subsequent degree with an bold goal of lowering its CO2 emissions by 40% by 2034.”
Verescence holds the best EcoVadis Platinum medal for its Corporate Social Responsibility efficiency, in addition to a CDP A ranking for tackling water safety and A- for main effort towards local weather change.

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