Sustainability and waste reduction were hot topics this week.
Emi Jay’s new collection adds a dose of chic to your getting-ready routine
Cult-favourite label Emi Jay is here to level up your hair accessories game even more. Best known for its oversized claw clips, the Los Angeles-based brand just dropped a new collection of bamboo paddle hairbrushes, bold makeup clips, fluffy headbands and terry scrunchies in an array of textures and colours. Our morning routines never looked so glam!
Beautycounter’s Dew Skin Tinted Moisturizer is more sustainable
A leader in clean skincare and cosmetics, Beautycounter has updated its best-selling tinted moisturizer to be more eco-friendly. Available in eight shades, Dew Skin Tinted Moisturizer now comes in a fully recyclable bottle. What’s more, an estimated 15 per cent of the plastic in the product is composed of post-consumer recycled (PCR) resin.
Attitude Living launches new plastic-free sunscreens
If you’re working to cut plastic out of your beauty routine entirely, look to Attitude when it comes to suncare. The brand has quit using the material altogether when it comes to creating the tubes for its signature mineral-based SPF 30 Sun Sticks and SPF 15 Lip Balms, and turned to biodegradable cardboard instead.
Kora Organics releases a new refillable moisturizer
Meet supermodel Miranda Kerr’s latest skincare drop, Kora Organics Active Algae Lightweight Moisturizer. The lightweight gel formula is made with a hydrating cocktail of green tea, alpine rose leaves extract, green algae and Swiss glacier water that soothes and softens the skin. Best part: The keepsake jar is designed as a refill pod system to reduce overall waste.
The Starface x SpongeBob SquarePants collab is here
Starface sure knows how to make treating blemishes fun. This week, the pimple-patch leader dropped two limited-edition compacts of its famous hydrocolloid patches inspired by beloved characters SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star.