Earth Day is April 22 of every year, and this year marks its 50-year anniversary! There’s so much we can do to help protect and restore our planet, from choosing sustainable products and brands, to reducing our waste, to recycling appropriately. We have outlined 3 easy steps to building a sustainable skincare routine. Are you ready to get started?
1. Choose Functionalab, professional Canadian cosmeceuticals and nutricosmetics
Formulated with natural active ingredients for exceptional skin health.
Based on rigorous clinical research for maximum effectiveness. A little goes a long way!
Support green organizations and projects
Join the movement! Dermapure is donating $1 – for every online order of Functionalab products placed between April 22nd and 24th, 2020 – to support Earth Day Network, the world’s largest recruiter of the environmental movement.
2. Simplify your skin care routine
Customized for your skin type
Using products that are right for your skin type will ensure less waste on products that fail to provide results because they are not suitable for you. Consider a complimentary consultation where one of our professionals can help you determine which products are right for you.
3. Recycle your skin care products
A basic habit
Once you are finished with products, take the time to recycle them properly. Washing containers can be beneficial to the recycling process. It can be confusing, especially if a product is packaged with different materials. Consult with a local program like TerraCycle® for recycling solutions!
› Are you ready to start building your sustainable skincare routine?
Would you like to be guided in your health and beauty journey? Contact one of our experienced consultants now! Make an appointment for your free consultation or call 1 877 252-0293
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* Valid on Functionalab products for any order greater than or equal to $150 before tax, and on treatments not performed by physicians or nurse injectors.