Traditionally, there has been a tradeoff when working with sustainable ingredients and packaging. But modern developments have allowed for stylish, efficacious and environmentally-friendly components at every touchpoint. Join Nader Naeymi-Rad, Dan Campbell, Senior Packaging Engineer at FusionPKG, Tara Cary, who heads sustainable innovation in cosmetic packaging market development at Eastman Chemical Company and brand development expert Rachel Roberts as they dig into trends, important elements and new strides in eco-friendly packaging design and sourcing sustainable options.
Nader Naeymi-Rad, Co-founder, Indie Beauty Media Group
• Dan Campbell
• Tara Cary
• Rachel Roberts Mattox
In partnership with FusionPKG and Eastman Chemical Company.
FusionPKG offers a complete range of sustainable skincare and color packaging, fully custom formula and package capabilities and integrated turnkey solutions through FusionPKG BeautyLab with a state-of-the-art formulation laboratory in-house. FusionPKG’s innovation, premium quality and flawless execution has made the company an indispensable partner to leading beauty brands such as Estee Lauder, Too Faced, Rodan + Fields, Urban Decay and Drunk Elephant.
Eastman is a global specialty materials company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. Eastman is changing the game in sustainability of copolyesters. We offer a portfolio of options to meet brands specific performance and sustainability needs, including beginning of life and end of life solutions. Eastman’s Renew materials, derived via Eastman’s Advanced Circular Recycling technologies, demonstrate the same high quality and processing ease of virgin polymers, but with high levels of certified recycled content—providing the clarity, luster, color compatibility, and durability that cosmetics packaging demands.