When is a gift sustainable?
The best sustainable beauty gifts
Sustainable beauty gift packages
A Zero Waste gift from Flow, that's fair!
Flow's environmentally friendly and plastic-free cosmetics are 100% Zero Waste, vegan and not tested on animals. Not now and never not. They only contain ingredients that are truly pure, organic, wild grown or ecocert certified. A good example of a Zero Waste gift is, for example, a natural shampoo bar. This means you no longer have to use plastic bottles and a cosmetics bar also lasts much longer because you don't need much of it.
For our cosmetics we use recyclable packaging without plastic. We only use green transport and our Zero Waste gift range consists only of organic and cruelty-free cosmetics. We have found a way to produce sustainable cosmetics that do not harm nature or challenge our biodiversity. We don't just talk - we promise. We follow our hearts and reflect our values in transparent actions.
Original environmentally friendly alternatives to gift wrapping paper
Gift wrapping is not exactly environmentally friendly and actually not necessary at all. We prove this with the five environmentally friendly alternatives to gift wrapping below.
1. Use an environmentally friendly gift box
Would you like to give one of Flow's natural and organic products as a gift? Then you can add a gift box to your order. This durable giftbox is made of FSC certified cardboard and can be reused or recycled in the paper bin. In addition, every gift box sold supports the activities of the Plastic Soup Foundation.
2. Shipping materials and old wrapping paper
Save shipping materials such as boxes, plastics and bags that you receive by mail with your order. You can decorate it yourself with beautiful images from magazines, rope or ribbon. Keep wrapping paper from previous gifts you received. You can then use this in good weather during the holidays.
3. "Paper Here"
In fact, you can use the entire contents of your waste paper bin to wrap gifts in an original way. Think of newspapers, magazines and advertising material. You can make this extra personal with stamps, craft materials or drawings. Cut strips from the paper to use as a bow or ribbons.
With clothes that you no longer use, you can wrap gifts perfectly. And if you are really creative you can also embroider something on it yourself. The Japanese folding technique furoshiki makes packing a true art. It is very nice when you see that someone has done their best for a present. It's easier than you think!
5. Road maps
With the advent of navigation, we actually no longer use road maps. And yet many people still have these at home. Ideal to use as gift wrapping paper. Environmentally friendly, original and also looks very nice.
In other words, no more reason to give a gift that is unnecessarily harmful to the environment. Choose one quickly sustainable gift from our sets or combine yourself with beauty products from us extensive organic and natural range.