We’re minimizing our environmental impact by improving operations efficiencies, using green chemistry principles, designing sustainable packaging and protecting biodiversity when sourcing natural ingredients.
Aveda currently has several products with Gold Level C2C certification, and meet defined requirements for sustainability in manufacturing, formulation and recyclable packaging.
All Dr. Weil for Origins products come in bottles and jars made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials. Cartons are made with renewable energy.
Our pureDKNY fragrance showcases sustainability in and outside the bottle. The glass is 100% recyclable and a key ingredient, vanilla, is sustainably grown in Uganda by small farmers.
We reduced our greenhouse gas intensity by 16% by year-end FY2011
More than 90% of the energy used in the automated storage warehouse at our Melville manufacturing complex comes from the 1,850 new solar panels that we added in 2011.
Aveda's funding of new wind energy sources generates enough wind energy to offset 100% of the electricity used by its manufacturing, distribution and headquarters facilities.
We are committed to the sustainable harvesting and use of natural ingredients. Through responsible sourcing, we aim to help improve the quality of life in rural communities and empower women.
Sea kelp is an essential ingredient in La Mer's signature Miracle Broth™. Through its partnership with Oceana, La Mer is committed to conserving undersea kelp forests by harvesting only the top fronds.
Ojon is committed to environmental preservation in Honduras and works with local producers to ensure sustainable forest management, enhancing social, ecological and economic conditions in the Mosquitia region.
Aveda takes Aveda Earth Month Activists to Tilwari, India, to visit a clean water project that benefits from their fundraising. What they encounter is beautiful and thoroughly life-changing.
Liliana George, chemist and passionate innovator, explains how Green Chemistry helps ensure a sustainable future for cosmetics.
Our colleagues at our Melville, New York facility have come up with ingenious ways to recycle packaging and reduce waste that are cost-conscious and eco-friendly.
Most recycling programs don’t accept plastic bottle caps, but our pioneering brand Aveda does. In three years, the cap collection program has collected 150 tons of caps for reuse in Aveda packaging.
Origins counters and retail stores in the USA accept empty cosmetic packages, regardless of brand through the Return To Origins Recycling Program. The packaging is either recycled or responsibly converted to energy.
Read more about how we do business. We continue to treat our people and our planet with care, while ensuring our sustained profitability and influence.