Recycle your Edible Beauty packaging through this program
TerraCycle and Edible Beauty have partnered to create a free recycling program for Edible Beauty packaging.
Once you've finished your favourite Edible Beauty products, send the empty packaging to us to be given a second life!
Participating in your home, office, or organisation is completely free and very easy.
Program accepted waste: Edible Beauty-branded:
• Droppers, pumps and spray closures
• Plastic tubes and containers (including caps and lids)
• Sachets and tea refill pouches
• Masks (including packaging)
Conditionally accepted: Violet glass (also known as miron glass). Some councils accept this through kerbside recycling, so check first. If your council does not accept these, you may include them in your TerraCycle collections.
Not accepted: Other brands of beauty products. Cardboard packaging and amber/clear glass packaging should be placed in kerbside recycling.
Please remove any excess product before sending it to us for recycling.
Once collected, the Edible Beauty packaging is sorted, cleaned and melted into pellets that can be remoulded to make new recycled products. Click here for more information about our recycling process.
For every shipment of Edible Beauty packaging sent to TerraCycle, you will receive $1 per kilogram of waste, which can then be donated to a non-profit organisation or school of your choice.
As Australia’s first edible skincare range, the health of your skin, body and the planet informs everything they do. Founder Anna Mitsios – a naturopath and nutritionist – blends wildcrafted botanicals and luxurious ingredients to help you find inner confidence and an outer glow. Their mission is to embody holistic beauty and wellness choices when it comes to what you put on, and inside your body. Their proven inside - out approach eliminates toxins and free-radical damage, so that you can elevate your beauty beyond face value.