P&G Gives Europe Solid Bars Of Favorite Shampoos In Recyclable Packaging
The sustainable, practical, functionally equivalent bars are fully available across P&G’s European hair care portfolio, including Pantene, Herbal Essences, Aussie, and Head & Shoulders, the last offering antidandruff benefits. P&G highlighted its sustainability progress in conjunction with the launch on World Oceans Day.
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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.
P&G’s introduction of Waterless hair care in South Africa, where water is a precious commodity, marks the first new retail hair-care brand for the firm in four years. Meanwhile, liquid-free DS3 shampoo, body wash and other personal-care swatches, available now for pre-order, support P&G’s sustainability goals while representing attractive cost efficiencies.
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