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Biodegradable Monodose Capsules Could Make Beauty Products More Sustainable, Effective

October 9, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
Single-dose capsules are seeming to be a more sustainable way to deliver some beauty products and also a way to ensure they are more effective. Various beauty companies are launching monodose capsules and some commentators believe they could help the industry become more sustainable. 

Single-use capsules have been around at least since Elizabeth Arden’s Ceramide Capsules some 30 years ago. Recent innovations center on biodegradable and even vegan casings. Elizabeth Arden has released various capsule-based products and this year launched Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules Radiance Renewal Serum, the capsules for which are vegetable- and mineral-based and dissolve in water.

One upside of capsules is that by preventing exposure to air, capsules can ensure each dose is more effective. [Image Credit: © Jukka Niittymaa from Pixabay]
Megan McIntyre, "Beauty Product 'Capsules' May Be the Cutting Edge of Sustainable Skin-Care Innovation", Fashionista, October 09, 2019, © Breaking Media, Inc.
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