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A Solid Foundation for a Sustainable Future

To preserve the future of our planet, the customers we work with and our business, we must focus on our environmental impact and how sustainable our processes, manufacturing and products are. We’ve launched an ambitious Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project to become a more sustainable business. 

Sourcing Sustainable Raw Materials

Sourcing Sustainable Raw Materials

Packaging Innovation & Improvements

Packaging Innovation & Improvements

Reducing C02 Emissions (Net Zero)

Reducing C02 Emissions (Net Zero)

Sustainable Palm Oil

Palm oil is a significantly effective vegetable oil, it's versatile, easy to process and yields 4 – 10x more oil per hectare of land than other crops such as sunflower, rapeseed, soybean and coconut. That’s why it’s one of the most widely consumed vegetable oils in the world.


Sourced responsibly, it can help the preservation of our rainforests, prevent the exploitation of people/local communities, preserve peatlands and promote the inclusion and fair treatment of smallholders into the supply chain.

We have purchased all of our palm and palm kernel oils from sustainable and responsible sources since 2010. By the end of 2022, we are looking to purchase more of our derivatives and fractions from responsible sources too. 


Our commitment to purchasing RSPO certified palm oil and trading with RSPO suppliers ensure that the palm oil we use in our products is sourced sustainably. For more information on our palm oil policy, you can view it here.  

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RSPO Palm Oil Usage

Our objective is to switch a majority of our palm oil derivatives and fractions to RSPO by the end of 2022, and all by the end of 2023

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Sustainable Product Portfolio

In 2022, we will extend our product range to include more RSPO certified sustainable products.

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RSPO Champions

We will promote, educate, and advocate the use of RSPO palm oil, working closely with POIG and RSPO to help change perceptions of palm oil used in the personal care industry.

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Product Packaging

Recycling is one of the most common sustainable packaging practices, followed by reusable packaging. These two principles will take priority in how we use materials on-site and package our products. 


We began mapping out our packaging usage in 2021; what we use and how sustainable it is.  The aim is to present alternative sustainable concepts later in 2022. Our focus is on responsibly sourced, re-usable and recycled packaging wherever possible. 


As well as looking at how we package our products, we’re helping people make finished products that allow for more sustainable packaging options.  

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Pioneering solid format personal care products

Future product innovations that have a low carbon footprint, concentrated and packaged in sustainable materials.

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Recyclable materials

We're looking at all our material usage and changing single-use plastic to recyclable alternatives.

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Moving Forward to Net Zero

We understand Net Zero is a journey and won't happen overnight. Working alongside Anthesis, we can truly understand our impact and set realistic business objectives to achieve Net Zero. 


There may be a long journey to achieving Net Zero, but like everyone, we have a responsibility to challenge what we do and make progress now. 

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Sustainability Manager Introduction

In 2021, we employed a full-time Sustainability Manager to accelerate our journey towards Net Zero.

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Situational Analysis

Evaluating our current environmental impact/carbon footprint will help us understand where our focus should begin.

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Training

Every employee is empowered to look at continuous improvement to better our systems and process.

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There Is No Planet B.

Our goal for 2022 is to improve our positive impact on the planet, and we hope you'll come on this journey with us.  

This area is where you’ll find out all our information on what and how we’re doing. We plan on being as open and transparent as possible so if you have a question please get in touch and we’d be happy to answer.