Salt of the Earth opts for an environmental solution from Spectra
Extrusion blow moulded with recycled and plant-derived plastics, Salt of the Earth's new 100ml natural deodorant spray bottles take advantage of Spectra's timeless non-aerosol tubular design (Ref: 6022).
Manufactured at Spectra's Suffolk based facility, the new HDPE packs use 50% Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) materials and 50% sugarcane-based, renewable HDPE biopolymer. Spectra also provided sleek looking frosted non-aerosol over-caps (Ref: 3003) from their extensive injection moulded standard range to complete the look.
Dan Smith, Field Sales Representative at Spectra, said: "We're seeing increasing numbers of customers looking for appropriate ways to package their products responsibly, with many opting for PCR, biopolymers or in this case both".
Established in 1993 and adopted in 2005 by mother and son team Sally and Thomas Laird, the Salt of the Earth brand of natural deodorants perfectly reflects their vision and passion for environmentally friendly, natural skincare products that are effective as well as ethical.
The company has won many awards for their environmental ethos throughout the years with Salt of the Earth now becoming one of the best-selling natural deodorants in the Netherlands, winning Best New Brand in 2017 at the Beauty Astir Awards.