REN Clean Skincare recently unveiled its first 100% recycled packaging in partnership with TerraCycle, which introduces sustainable new packaging for its Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body Cream. The bottle is made with a combination of 20% reclaimed ocean plastic and 80% recycled plastic bottles.
The product itself is made with nourishing shea butter, algae extract, Atlantic kelp extract and magnesium PCA, which are beneficial for restoring moisture balance, enhancing the natural cycle of cell renewal and soothing tired muscles. With the essences of sage, cypress, geranium and rosemary oils, the body cream boasts a scent that's altogether uplifting and energizing.
Ultimately, REN is working towards the goal of becoming zero waste by the year 2021.
The Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body Cream is Replenishing
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