by Humankind Takes Plastic-Free On The Road With New Travel Products
by Rudy Sanchez on 08/25/2020 | 2 Minute Read
Personal care brand by Humankind designed their products to reduce the need for single-use plastic packaging, offering refills or products that wouldn't require a plastic container. While their range of soaps, conditioners, mouthwashes, deodorants, and more provide an easy way to eliminate plastic from the home bath, the firm saw a gap in the market for the same kinds of plastic-free care products in travel sizes.
The brand's newly-launched Travel Kind Kits include a trio of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash bars, smaller, 0.75oz versions of their best-selling Citrus-Lavender shampoo, Unscented conditioner, and Tea Tree Oil body wash, all packaged in recycled cardboard that you can toss in the recycling bin. by Humankind says that each kit eliminates 1.41 ounces of single-use plastic waste.
Also debuting is by Humankind’s Dopp bag, a water-resistant travel pouch made out of nylon from 100% recycled plastic featuring two compartments. Not only is the travel tote tan with accents of electric green and yellow, but the company says that each bag gets made with 1.7 water bottles’ worth of post-consumer plastic.
The Dopp bag is available alone, with the new travel trio as part of the shower kit, or as a more complete set that also includes cotton tips, mouthwash, and toothpaste tablets, the latter of which is also new from by Humankind. The toothpaste tablets will be available separately and in full-size in September 2020.