Reduce, reuse and recycle is the motto you want to live by if you want to do your part to help save the environment and many brands have been jumping on the bandwagon as well. Now, one of the companies that wants to make a positive impact on the environment is L’Occitane Malaysia.
In case you didn’t know, they actually have a recycling programme where you can bring your empty beauty products containers to their shops so that they are properly disposed of. This programme is known as Big Little Things and was launched on Earth Day, April 22 in a bid to minimise the harm on Mother Nature.
L’Occitane Malaysia has collaborated with iCYCLE Malaysia who will be collecting the recyclables to be processed and repurposed into other products to give them a new lease on life. iCYCLE is a company that specialises in recycling waste that cannot be recycled through the usual processes and L’Occitane is working hard to make recycling more accessible for everyone.
That’s not all, you can also collect points and then redeem them for gifts from L’Occitane when you recycle! This programme is expected to be permanent and has already started.
Here’s what you need to know:
- You can bring any full-sized empty container of beauty and skin care products to the participating stores
- Make sure that it’s dry and clean
- L’Occitane accepts empty recyclables from ANY brand
- If you bring back L’Occitane containers then you will be rewarded. For every empty, full-sized L’Occitane container, you will receive one stamp.
- Collect a minimum of six stamps from donating the empties
- Visit any of the 15 participating L’Occitane stores to drop off the items
These are the 15 stores that are participating in this recycling programme at the moment:
Now that you know that there is this great recycling programme, what are you waiting for? Time to collect those empty bottles and do your good deed for Earth while getting rewarded for it!
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