How Our Balm Labels Are Made
Have you tried our Natural Deodorant Balms yet? If so, you may have noticed our new grass paper labels, which are produced using less CO2 and are more sustainable than regular paper.
Our grass paper labels consist of 50% sun-dried grass fibre (hay) and 50% FSC-certified paper, and is made from, yes, you guessed it... grass! This renewable resource has a lesser impact on the environment than paper made from trees, reducing the consumption of wood and the collateral destruction of wildlife. Furthermore, the production of grass paper uses 50% less CO2 and water, and can still be processed like other types of paper. Processed without chemicals or bleach and free from pollutants and allergens, the raw materials of grass paper are available almost everywhere, and can be quickly regrown without a negative effect on the ecosystem.
Choosing grass paper labels as part of our latest plastic-free launch reflects our commitment to making ethical, sustainable decisions throughout our product development. To find out more out our accreditations and ethos, click here.
Have you tried our Natural Deodorant Balms?
Perfect for those trying to reduce their use of disposable plastics, our Natural Deodorant Balms expand upon our existing range of products which help to reduce plastic waste, including Spray Refills range, Plastic Free Crystal and Natural Deodorant Sprays, which are made with 50% recycled plastic and 50% bioplastic.
About Salt of the Earth
Established in 1993, Salt of the Earth is an environmentally friendly, family-owned brand that produces paraben free natural skincare products approved by the Vegan and Vegetarian Societies. Since our launch, Salt of the Earth has developed a range of award-winning deodorant sprays, roll-ons, travel sprays, sticks, balms and refills formulated for all the family. Find our range of products at your local Waitrose, Boots, Holland & Barrett ,Ocado, Amazon and independent retailers across the UK and Europe or online - just search ‘Salt of the Earth Natural Deodorants’.