P&G Disposes Of Single-Use Plastic For Earth-Friendly Secret, Old Spice Launches
Available at mass retailers US-wide, a Secret or Old Spice antiperspirant refill starter kit – comprising an easy-to-use (and reuse) case and a refill made with 100% FSC certified paperboard packaging – sells for around $10, “making this one of the most affordable refill options on the market today,” P&G says.
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