Did you know that Trepadora is the only vegan, curly hair care range in the world that uses 100% airless packaging across all of its products? And not only is it 100% recyclable, it is extremely versatile to reuse in the home.
Every product is made with high-performing natural ingredients. It is crucial to keep them at an optimal level of freshness, avoiding exposure to air and sunlight as this will degrade the ingredients and ultimately the performance.
Top Tip: Go Big
If you are trying to be mindful of your plastic consumption, we recommend purchasing our 500ml bottles. Not only will you save on plastic, it is favourable on the purse too!
Unlike a lot of standard packaging that takes in oxygen or that you dip into, Trepadora will stay fresh for 24 months even after opening.
Another great thing about our packaging is that once finished, there are so many ways in which the bottles can be reused.
Perfect Ways to Reuse
We love being creative and are always trying to find new ways of reusing our bottles, especially as our packaging is so beautiful. Here are a few ideas on how to reuse them and please share with us any of your creations at home.
- Make up brushes - It can be a struggle to find the perfect vessel to hold your trusty makeup brushes. Empty Trepadora bottles are perfect, they are sturdy, pretty and declutter our makeup tables!
- Dried Flowers or Dried Herbs - If you find yourself running out of containers, simply use our bottles to keep your dried flowers or herbs on display. Due to the packaging not suitable for fresh flowers.
- Pen pots - Our bottles are the perfect size for most of your stationery needs.
- Reuse for other house hold or beauty products - Our 100ml bottles are perfect for travelling. Decant your favourite body lotion or shower gel by popping off the lid and pushing down the airless disc inside.
Rinse out and dispose of your empty bottles with your local recycling facility or home pick up. Our packaging is completely recyclable the whole product range (including our bubble wrap in our parcels we send out). We're always working on improving our environmental impact following the principles 'reduce, re-use, recycle'. We know we’re not perfect, but the more we do, the better we get. Progress not perfection.