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Kiss My Face Launches Eco-Friendly Packaging

November 30, -0001

From the launch of “The Greenhouse,” an in-store display that is not only recyclable, but made from recycled materials down to its steel parts and lacquers, to debuting newly redesigned product packaging that minimizes waste and the use of toxic materials; Kiss My Face continues to set the standards for eco-conscious companies.With the launch of the Kiss My Face Potent & Pure skin care line, the brand will roll out 65% recycled packaging, produced using wind power and water soluble inks.

New floor and countertop displays made of 65% recycled cardboard and water soluble inks will be used to offer retailers unique merchandising options while maintaining the strength of traditional displays, while counter units used to display organic lip products are made of 100% recycled cardboard. More info:
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