Please recycle locally where possible. Murad cardboard product packaging and glass empties may be recyclable through your local kerbside service or municipal recycling drop-off locations.
We’ve made getting started with the Murad Free Recycling Programme easy! Simply download a free shipping label to ship your Murad skincare packaging to TerraCycle, and we’ll recycle it.
Participating in this programme is easy and FREE! See answers to frequently-asked questions here. Can’t find the answer to your question on this page? Visit our Help Centre.
You can recycle your Murad skincare packaging through this programme.
Waste that is NOT accepted:
Please download our Accepted Waste poster for more information.
Yes, this national recycling programme is brand-specific, which means you can only recycle the packaging of this particular brand.
Murad has sponsored this national recycling programme, so there is no direct cost to you.
We encourage you to ship when your box is full of Murad skincare packaging to minimise the transportation carbon footprint for this programme. You can send your shipments via UPS (printer required) or InPost (no printer required). Wet/dripping packages will not be accepted, so please make sure they are dry.
When you are ready to send a parcel, please follow these steps:
With UPS - printer required:
With InPost - no printer required:
No, you do not need to clean the packaging before dropping it off, but please remove as much of the remaining product as possible before shipping. Public drop-off locations will not accept dripping items, so make sure your items are dry.
Earn TerraCycle points by recycling with us! You can redeem your points in the form of a donation to a school, charity, or nonprofit of your choice. Thanks to the recycling efforts of TerraCyclers like you, we've raised millions globally for schools, charities, and other nonprofits through our recycling programmes.
Once collected, the Murad skincare packaging is cleaned and separated by material type. The fibers and plastics are recycled into raw formats that manufacturers use to make new products. Click here to take a virtual tour of our processing facilities.