Three Perfume Brands Transforming Trash into Sweet-Smelling Treasures
Enterprising fragrance companies are making scents from food waste, plant pulp, and depleted vegetable oil.
By Tom Morris
January 23, 2021
1 minute read
From its over-reliance on packaging to its use of harmful chemicals, the beauty industry is long overdue for a rethink on how it can adapt to changing consumer priorities. There are, however, a few whiffs of positive change taking place in the fragrance field, where some enterprising brands are procuring ingredients from a curious source: garbage.
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