Guide: How to Recycle Your Soleil Toujours Products

Guide: How to Recycle Your Soleil Toujours Products

Happy Global Recycling Day!


“Every year, the Earth yields billions of tons of natural resources and at some point, in the not too distant future, it will run out.”


That’s why we must think again about what we throw away – seeing not waste, but opportunity.”


- Global Recycling Foundation

https://www.globalrecyclingday.com/


We strive to use sustainable, recycled, and biodegradable materials whenever possible. Soleil Toujours products are recyclable and we hope the below guide takes the mystery out of how to best do so. Thank you for helping to protect our Earth’s natural resources!

 

Clean Conscious™ Chemical Sunscreen Mists

  1. Check if your local recycling program accepts aerosols and if they have any special instructions by visiting Earth911.com: https://search.earth911.com/?utm_source=earth911-headerfooter&utm_medium=secondary-nav&utm_campaign=advanced-search
  2. Make sure the can is completely empty by turning the nozzle to the unlocked position and pressing down repeatedly until no product sprays for several seconds.
  3. Do not remove the nozzle or flatten or crush can.
  4. Wipe the outside of the can clean and place in recycling bin.

Mineral Ally Sunscreen Lotions

  1. Make sure the bottle is as empty as possible. Removing the cap and rinsing the inside with hot water can help remove excess product. 
  2. Wipe the outside of the bottle clean.
  3. Screw cap tightly on to ensure it gets recycled too.
  4. Flatten bottle if possible to save space and place in recycling bin.

Daily Sunless Tanning Serum

  1. Make sure the glass bottle and dropper are as empty as possible. Separating and soaking both pieces in soapy hot water can help remove excess product. 
  2. Wipe the outside of the bottle clean.
  3. Screw dropper tightly on to ensure it gets recycled too.
  4. Place in recycling bin.

Follow us @soleil_toujours for more skin care tips, best practices and our latest news, including BIOPLASTIC packaging made from sugarcane, ocean waste plastic and/or post consumer recyclable, launching April 2021. One Sun, One Love.


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