Yay—let's recycle! Here’s a quick guide for when you've finished using all your products:
1. Make the products 'recycle ready' by rinsing it out and cleaning it. What if the product doesn't work for me? Give it to someone who might like to try it! That way, you will minimise wastage and give the product a second home. ♡♡
2. Get the DETAILS! Typically, most skin care packaging is recyclable in Australia, but what can and can’t be recycled depends on where you live. A quick Google search will reveal a recycling guideline based on your state / territory.
3. Can I put this in my recycling bin? If you've checked and the answer is 'yes', give these items a second life and put them in the recycling bin. If it's not, look into enterprises like TerraCycle, to help you properly recycle your beauty products. If the product is recycable through TerraCycle, it is FREE and all you have to do is gather your empty products together, print a recycling label and ship it out - that’s it! They’ll take care of the rest for you.
FYI, recycling plants uses numbers ranging from 1 to 7 to help sort all the materials. PETE stands for Polyethylene Terephthalate and PP stands for Polypropylene — these are both plastics. PAP represents paper / mixed paper / cardboard. See Earth Easy to learn more about your plastics.
That's it babes! Remember to love our earth; love our planet! #dontbetrashy
Acwell's pH Balancing Watery Cleansing Oil strikes the perfect balance between a cleansing oil and a micellar water. Great for sensitive skin that isn't a fan of thick oils or rich balms, it'll remove all traces of makeup, sunscreen and excess sebum. The silky formula includes Acwell's hallmark brightening licorice extract, as well as anti-inflammatory tea-tree water and green tea extract. This makes it a particularly solid first cleanse for blackhead or congestion-prone skin.
This product has a pH of 4.7~6.7.
Product of Korea.
Use this as your first cleanse if you have sensitive, oily or congested skin.