Beat the Microbead - Zero Plastic Inside

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    Research shows that many more types of plastics are added to personal care products than just the 'classic' plastic microbeads.Did you know that today more than 500 microplastic ingredients are widely used in cosmetics? And these are just the ingredients that we are aware of. To make sure that cosmetic products are completely free of any microplastic ingredients, you need a guarantee.

    In 2012, the Plastic Soup Foundation started the 'Beat the Microbead' campaign. The aim of the campaign is to prevent microplastics in personal care products from ending up in the environment. The 'Look for the Zero - Zero Plastic inside' logo can be carried by brands and companies that do not use any microplastic ingredients in their products. The logo is provided free of charge to cosmetic & personal care brands after sharing their full list of ingredients with Beat the Microbead and signing the following statement: 'We as a producer declare that all of our products from the brand […] are 100% microplastic-free'.

    The products below have the 'Look for the Zero - Zero Plastic Inside' logo.