amika Recycling Program

Recycle amika hair care packaging through this program.

Recycling in partnership with amika

amika is a friend to hair and a friend to the planet, so it’s only natural that TerraCycle® and amika partnered to create a national recycling program for amika hair care packaging!
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How it works

Participating is simple and free.

  1. Sign up for the program. If you don’t have a TerraCycle account yet, create one here
  2. Once in the program, start collecting amika hair care packaging in any box you have.
  3. When your collection box is full, log into your account to download and print a shipping label.
  4. Seal up your collection box, affix the printed shipping label onto it. Send via UPS.

What you can recycle

amika hair care packaging, including tubes, bottles, trigger heads, complex closures, and tinted glass

Best practices for recycling

We encourage you to ship when your box is full of amika hair care packaging to minimize the transportation carbon footprint for this program. You don’t need to clean the packaging before sending it to TerraCycle, but please remove as much of the remaining product as possible. UPS will not accept dripping packages, so please make sure your items are dry.

What happens to your recyclables

Once collected, the amika hair care packaging is cleaned and melted into hard plastic that can be remolded to make new recycled products, such as park benches and picnic tables. Click here to learn more about the recycling process.


Shipments in this program can be any weight to earn points, and 100 points per pound will be awarded.

TerraCycle points can be redeemed for a variety of charitable gifts or a payment of $0.01 per point to the non-profit organization or school of your choice. Each piece of amika hair care packaging you send in will earn you about 1.10 TerraCycle points and will be counted based on an average unit weight of .011 pounds.

To learn more about our points program, click here.


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