Forest

Eco-designed products

Innovative eco-responsible packaging

Clarins uses a continuous innovation approach, which means that for several years eco-design principles have been an integral part of every stage of the packaging development process. Teams work together to find the best solution that combines performance, ease-of-use and sustainability.

A global approach to eco-design

A global approach to eco-design

Prioritising sustainable materials (all cardboard boxes and corrugated inserts come from sustainably managed forests), reduced weight and bulk (no more spacers or pamphlets in boxes, lighter glass), and materials that are recycled and/or recyclable.


100%

of paper and cardboard comes from sustainably managed forests (FSC or PEFC certified)

Working toward the circular economy

A circular economy means using materials that are easily recyclable and, in the event that recycling cannot be guaranteed (i.e. plastic), the integration of a post-consumer recycled material (PCR) made from single-use packaging will be used.

Illustration of suncare products

Objective

100%

All containers will be recyclable
or recycled by 2025

Plastic Odyssey photo

Supporting Plastic Odyssey

Clarins is the lead partner

For many years, the Clarins Group has been investing in environmental causes and supporting ecology-related projects.

We want to help build a better world for future generations,” explains Christian and Olivier Courtin-Clarins, directors of the Clarins Group. “It might seem like a utopian ideal, but we believe in it!”

Christian & Olivier Courtin-Clarins

Plastic Odyssey is the first around-the-world expedition to fight plastic pollution aboard a ship that delivers low-tech solutions to the worst polluting countries so they can turn plastic into a resource.


Ulysse_by_bruno_marjorie Ulysse prototype

What are Plastic Odyssey’s missions? :

1

Reduce

Build a sustainable future by rethinking how plastic is used.

2

Reuse

Find new ways to use waste and provide opportunities for local populations.