“It was not only the right thing to do for our customers and our brand, but also for the planet. We really wanted to do better.”
"As a result of supply chain disruptions, beauty brands may have to be a lot more careful about what they launch. Jack Bensason, co-CEO and co-founder of Trestique, doesn’t think that’s necessarily a bad thing. He says, “Maybe less is more, and brands can be more selective in what they bring to market."
"Beauty brand trestique transitioned its entire product line to a refillable system, which founder and co-CEO Jenn Kapahi says will reduce both packaging and product waste because it encourages, or reinforces, the shift in people to only buy what they will actually use."
“trestique The perfect makeup set to get ready for any holiday occasion in just 5 minutes. Made in Italy, these supercool, refillable crayons with clean formulas and sublime textures empower you with time-saving routines using uncomplicated, multi-tasking products that are good for you and the planet.”
“Leading the zero-waste beauty movement is a small but mighty brand that first launched in 2015 but relaunched in September after reducing its plastic use by 90 percent. The first-ever refillable cosmetics system, each product is designed to be bought once and reused forever.”