New Lease Of Life

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - Look Book -

A lit­tle goes a long way – th­ese are brands that spear­head eco-friendly move­ments like re­cy­cling and en­vi­ron­men­tal con­ser­va­tion in Malaysia.

Known for its earth-friendly prac­tices, Ori­gins’ pack­ag­ing is made from largely post­con­sumer re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als pro­duced by re­new­able en­ergy sources.

The Laneige Water­ful Shar­ing Cam­paign 2018, pro­vides aid to six vil­lages in ru­ral ar­eas by in­stalling wa­ter fil­tra­tion to give them clean wa­ter. For ev­ery bot­tle of Wa­ter Bank Hydro Mist or Mois­ture Essence sold this July, RM10 will be con­trib­uted to­wards the cam­paign.

French beauty brand,

L’Oc­c­i­tane, pro­duces ecore­fills for most of its prod­ucts and much of their pack­ag­ing is made with re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als or uses re­sources that are re­new­able or from sus­tain­ably man­aged forests.

Re­turn your empty

Kiehl’s prod­uct bot­tles to a Kiehl’s store for re­cy­cling and with ev­ery full-sized prod­uct you bring back, you score a stamp and stand to re­deem a prod­uct. Terms ap­ply.

The Body Shop’s global Bio-Bridges project fo­cuses on pro­tect­ing rain­forests. In Malaysia, it helps build green cor­ri­dors to pro­tect Malayan tigers and Asian ele­phants.

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