The FSC certificate is issued by the Forest Stewardship Coucil(FSC).The FSC ™ certification is issued by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). When the product is marked with FSC ™ certification mark, it means the material of the product comes from the qualified "well-managed forest".
Over 80 countries in the world, a total of 1,000 million acres of forest is certified and protected by FSC.
Every tree chopped down from FSC forests, another 4 trees are being planted.
Using packaging from recycled paper or paper sourced from well-managed forest aligns with eco-conscious brands and costumers’ ethics of sustainability. We can customize different percentage recycled paper according to client' request, such as craft paper (40~50% recycled), gray paper (50~60% recycled).
Nowadays, plastic have been widely used in many industries, with light-weight and excellent physical performance. Plastic need centuries to naturally decompose, because of its the stable chemical property. Plastic waste would be great pollution to ecological environment.
Recycle plastic has the trend for plastic packaging manufacture. After many years of research and development, Artech Beauty launch PCR materials for plastic tube packaging. The range of PCR contents could be customized and perfect integration in the result of compatibility test.
Our PCR materials supplier are able to meet the required standard of for certification under the EuCertPlast scheme. All PCR materials proceeds environmental-friendly, transparent and traceable. The recycling process and management have been audited. The recycled materials are safety to use and able to pass the FDA testing.
PCR tube can significantly reduce the damage to the environment by improving the recycled utilization ratio of plastic and reducing the oil extraction. Artech Beauty would like to work with partners to protect the environment and achieve sustainable development.
Post Consumer Recycled (PCR) Series
According to EU surveys, 94% of European consumers believe that product design must help facilitate plastic recycling and agree that companies must work to reduce plastic packaging. The European Union has published a policy which highly recommends that manufacturers mark plastic packaging products for recycling purposes so that consumers have greater ability to choose the products with the least environmental damage.
Europe’s new plastic economy will strengthen the circular economy as it will promote and enable green growth whilst reducing waste and using resources more efficiently. As the strategy is further implemented, businesses must prepare. Are your products ready?
Aware that consumers around the globe are recognizing the importance of environmental protection, Artech Beauty, a well known supplier of make-up and cosmetic packaging to the European and American markets has officially introduced PCR plastic products into its packaging portfolio. The introduction of PCR packaging into the Taiwanese supplier’s offering, means that its customers around the globe can benefit from recycled packs.
Artech Beauty is cooperating closely with qualified, reliable suppliers of PCR PP, PCR PE and PCR ABS material suppliers to ensure that its packaging maintains the same quality for which the company is known. The use of PCR plastic benefits companies in complying with government regulations as well as meeting consumer expectations.
Through the use of different proportions of PCR plastic, Artech Beauty can meet different customer needs including budget and cost considerations, decoration and product coatings, to ensure competitively priced unique options for the market.
Artech Beauty has already launched 3 powder compacts and powder pots, all of which can be made using PCR PP or PCR ABS, according to the needs of the customer, and further products will be launched shortly.
Refillable Packaging Solution
Women go through three to four mascaras a year. This amounts to more than 200 empty mascaras in a lifetime ending up as plastic in landfill. Beauty brands are turning their attention to refillables as a solution to reduce not just their packaging waste but carbon emissions as well. Today, brands’ take on refillables extends from large flexible packaging pouches and biodegradable refills to in-store filling stations.
With more options available, a new norm is catching fire – despite there still being a long way to go – and it’s an important move that the industry is making. Now, with customers proactive in consuming more sustainably, there are a plethora of innovative refill designs of which to take advantage.
With single-use now a toxic phrase for many consumers, refillable packaging is becoming more and more commonly known and used. Brands could look for “memorable experiences” through refills to increase brand engagement.
Fragrance brand has taken inspiration from 18th century refilling stations and set its own up in-store. Fragrance can be refilled in-store for a reduced price. Recently, delivers refill bottles directly to customers, which are available for a bigger selection of its fragrances.
Brands must aim to be incredibly clear about the hygiene standards used in refill stations in light of Covid-19 and should aim to clearly communicate to customers the health and safety measures in place whilst operating in-store refill stations.
Consumers may be wary of taking unnecessary risks, which could include visiting retail stores solely for the purpose of refilling. As an alternative, consumers can obtain refills while staying at home and take advantage of a contactless return service.lternatively, the purchase of refill pouches is another option, giving consumers the chance to cut down on plastic usage rather than eliminating it completely.