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A flat lay of plastic beauty products waiting to be recycled

How To Recycle Your Beauty Products

3 MIN READ • 14th May 2021
Daniella Gray by Daniella Gray

If you’re taking your own bags to Tesco and topping up your reusable bottle on a daily, good on you, but if you’re keen to make a difference in the bathroom as well as the kitchen, listen up.

Garnier research shows that 56 percent of us don’t recycle our beauty products, but is this because we’re just not as clued up with what can be recycled and what can’t?

“Many people might be surprised at the number of beauty products that actually can be recycled,” says Natasha Pilbrow, co-founder of LeSalon.

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