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  • Innersense gives hair care packaging a circular revamp
  • Innersense gives hair care packaging a circular revamp
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Innersense gives hair care packaging a circular revamp

From refillable lipsticks to glass bottles, there’s no shortage of innovation when it comes to sustainable beauty packaging. But hair care, which often sits in the shower, has the added complexity of surviving the wet. Innersense aims to eliminate virgin plastic while keeping products safe and functional. 

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