New initiatives and regulations are fueling a change in efforts toward sustainable packaging in the global cosmetics industry. More and more brands and suppliers are stressing compliance to satisfy growing consumer demand—ticking off accomplishments in materials and corporate practices.
While “Clean Beauty” continues to grow market share, “Clean Packaging” is following right behind. What are suppliers offering in this regard?
While not every company has the ability to instantly go zero-waste, what steps are brands taking to tell a compelling sustainability story?
However challenging, ‘mindful beauty packaging’ is slowly advancing to fruition, and experts say gaining the first-mover advantage can be key to success.
Jamie Matusow, Editor-in-Chief of Beauty Packaging, will moderate a panel called “Sustainable Packaging: The New Conversation,” on Wednesday May 15, 4 pm - 5 pm, at Luxe Pack New York, in its new location at Jacob Javits in Manhattan.
Speakers will include Sarah Jindal, senior global analyst, Innovation and Insights, Beauty & Personal Care, Mintel; Allan Hafkin, Vice President, Global Package Development, The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc. Leilanie Bruce, project manager and healthy materials specialist at Brightworks Sustainability; and Aida Rodriguez, Environmental Manager, Virospack.
See Luxe Pack New York's website for more conference information and to register for the show.