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Wanted: A few good empties
Swap empty Kiehl's containers for brand new products with the Recycle and Be Rewarded program.
Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 3:34 PM
Yes, I’m treading on the territory of MNN’s most excellent lifestyle blogger Siel
. And yes, it may be hard to read about bath and beauty products when the source is a dude who reports on toilet paper
and lawn mowers
. But as part of my quest to help make the bathroom
one of the greenest rooms in the home, I thought I'd promote a great program from a name that has an honored place in the medicine cabinets and showers of discerning folks around the globe:
New York-based, L'Oréal-owned Kiehl's has a longstanding policy of accepting used packaging for recycling but doesn't always provide incentives. Cosmetic and skin and body care brands M
have similar incentive-based packaging take-back programs.
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