Ulé uses the latest scientific technology to produce the plants used in its skincare, thereby protecting the environment. Lindsay Azpitarte, the brand's creator, worked closely with Shiseido to develop Ulé's business model. After years of development, the partnership led to the creation of a vertical farm where the beauty brand sources its botanicals.
Ulé's formulas mark the first skincare brand to create "the future of botanical beauty powered by vertical farming." The France-based brand cultivars and extracts potent, whole plants from around the world in its proprietary indoor Ulé Eco-Farm. All of the beauty brand's formulas are made and packaged in France. Moreover, Ulé's formulas are packed in Sulapac's ultra-light bottles and sealed with bio-based and biodegradable lids.
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Ulé Produces the Plants Used in its Skincare Formulas
1. Botanical Skincare - The trend of using botanicals in skincare products is increasing due to their potency and natural properties.
2. Vertical Farming - Vertical farming is a trend that is revolutionizing the agriculture and skincare industries by cultivating plants in a controlled environment.
3. Sustainable Packaging - Sustainable packaging is a growing trend in the beauty industry as brands seek to reduce their environmental impact and meet consumer demands for eco-friendly products.
1. Skincare - The skincare industry can innovate by using botanicals sourced from vertical farms to create more effective and sustainable products.
2. Agriculture - Vertical farming has the potential to revolutionize the agriculture industry by increasing crop yields, reducing waste, and minimizing environmental impact.
3. Packaging - The packaging industry can innovate by creating more sustainable packaging solutions, such as the use of biodegradable materials or recycling programs.