Last week, we had the pleasure of inviting press to present a project that we’re proud of. It’s in fact not only a project but also a product: we’ve made a poster for KICKS guiding to how to handle cosmetic waste. It all started with KICKS doing a survey among their customers about cosmetic waste – do we know what it is, do we know how to recycle what? It turned out, a lot of us lacked knowledge on where to take our empty hair spray bottles and nail polishes. So KICKS asked us to do this guide, pretty enough (we hope!) to put on the wall of your bathroom. You can download it here and read more about KICKS sustainability efforts here.


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