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Matcha Hemp Hydrating Cleanser

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Beet The Sun SPF 40 PA+++

Makeup Re-Wined

Great Barrier Relief

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Great Body Relief

Snack Pack Discovery Kit

How to Recycle Matcha Hemp Hydrating Cleanser

Clean and separate! Before recycling, make sure you rinse the tube and cap so that they’re completely free of product. It's important to separate the flip cap from the tube.

Investigate! The tube is made from 50% PCR and 50% virgin CoEx plastic. Unfortunately, because CoEx is a mix of 3 different plastics (LDPE, PCR HDPE, and EVOH), it is not currently recyclable throughout most of the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The cap is made from 100% virgin PP [5]. PP is a “rigid plastic” so it can be recycled through some curbside programs. We recommend checking with your local recycling.

Recycle (the cap)! If your local recycling program accepts type 5 plastic, feel free to toss the cap into your recycling bin.

Study Your Recycling Vocab

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Polyethylene Terephthalate

Clear and strong plastic widely used for packaging. It is a strong and inert material that is extremely lightweight and efficient to transport.

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Polypropylene Plastic

Resin built from the polymerization of propylene. It's the 2nd most widely produced commodity plastic and is known for being shaped and formed easily.

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Virgin vs. PCR

PCR Plastic

Post-consumer recycled plastic is recycled resin from existing PET bottles and other plastics.

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CoEx Tube

CoExtruded Plastic Tube

A plastic tube that is made from a mix of polyethylene and EVOH (ethylene-vingyl alcohol copolymer).

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Virgin vs. PCR

Virgin Plastic

Plastic resin that has been newly created without recycled materials.

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FSC Certified

Forest Stewardship Council® Certified

Responsibly sourced paper that is created from forests specifically intended for use in production, eliminating illegal deforestation of undesignated land.

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