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Showering Is Essential, And So Are Everist’s Near Zero-Waste Products

by Chloe Gordon on 10/06/2021 | 2 Minute Read

While showering might not be the most sustainable part of our day, we, unfortunately, can't get rid of them completely. And that's going against countless celebrities publicly announcing their shower habits, or, shall we say, lack thereof. However, we can make our bathing rituals more eco-friendly, starting with shorter showers and the products we use.

Everist is a new brand that makes sustainability more effortless and accessible through its near zero-waste products. Recently, the brand announced its new Waterless Body Wash Concentrate, delivering a product that is revolutionizing the body-washing routine. 

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The new Waterless Body Wash Concentrate concentrates on producing impeccable results through its clean formulation and high sensory experience that washes and conditions your skin. Additionally, the brand uses a blend of oils instead of artificial fragrances. Its signature scent features notes of orange peel, bergamot, peppermint, rosemary, and clary sage. The body wash is fresh while simultaneously flipping the clean beauty market on its head. 

Everist's waterless products are plant-based, single-use plastic-free, vegan, cruelty-free, and are packaged in infinitely recyclable toothpaste-like aluminum tubes making this brand as close to zero-waste packaging as it can be. 

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The branding and packaging system are as simple as the ingredients within, with 100% recycled kraft paper boxes and plastic-free paper packaging tape, infinitely recyclable aluminum tubes, and the repurposing and taking back of the small plastic caps. The brand has thought through every element of the lifespan of the packaging. Furthermore, the design itself is straightforward and minimal, with a solid white background paired with a large typeface. There are no frills in the design, and that's precisely the point.

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