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La Bouche Rouge: how to make sustainable makeup

One billion plastic lipstick tubes pollute the planet every year, so this cosmetics company made a plan to change that. Here's how La Bouche Rouge Paris is creating sustainable makeup… This video has been produced in partnership with a brand

11/24/2020 11:27 PM

52 comments

  • Andrea M.
    12/10/2020 04:10

    Okay, but MAKE IT MORE AFFORDABLE. $20 is too much for even a mascara, don't try to tell me otherwise.

  • Debbie T.
    12/09/2020 19:48

    Lipstick only benefits the company that makes it

  • Denise P.
    12/09/2020 13:27

    The prepared food is,all packed in plastic containers in EVERY STORE ALL 9VER THE COUNTRY

  • Chiara R.
    12/09/2020 03:28

    Stop buying it then

  • MJ N.
    12/09/2020 01:12

    Sounds like something to look in to.

  • Pauline R.
    12/08/2020 23:51

    Shouldn't have shown the "mirror"...looks crappy & I bet it you wouldn't be able to see a thing without distortion.

  • Lillian D.
    12/08/2020 22:45

    I'm in.

  • Tracy V.
    12/08/2020 15:30

    Thank you for caring THAT much!

  • Sue J.
    12/08/2020 15:09

    Not big on makeup, but find La Bouche is or has vegan/brushes lip rouge as well. Conscientious, Nice <3

  • Kelly M.
    12/08/2020 14:30

    Aveda has been doing this for years

  • Linda A.
    12/08/2020 13:52

    WHO CARES, I DONT BELEIVE THIS CRAP ANYWAY............

  • Gina M.
    12/07/2020 22:55

    Starbucks needs someone like you. I can only imagine what their impact on our world is. How many lipstick containers fit in a tall latte. YIKES!!

  • Macy S.
    12/07/2020 22:06

    weren’t you looking for natural make up?

  • Ara G.
    12/07/2020 20:13

    ❤️

  • Laureen K.
    12/07/2020 16:42

    Plastic bottles from water and soda are not being recycled nearly enough and now let’s add rubber and plastic gloves and masks to the pollution in the landfills.

  • Anna C.
    12/07/2020 15:46

    this made me think of you!

  • Rosemarie G.
    12/07/2020 05:22

    There are so many other products with huge amounts of plastic to throw out. Seems like lipstick tubes are a small thing...like when they changed all Qtips to paper .

  • Rebecka B.
    12/07/2020 03:06

    Any beauty product I've tried that makes environmental impact its main priority rather than formula, has always been garbage. Maybe that makes me a terrible person, but I'm not paying top dollar for a crappy product, just for some environmental peace of mind 🤷‍♀️

  • Dolores M.
    12/07/2020 02:40

    I know a wellness company that have all environmental eco friendly beauty products.Please pm [email protected] yahoo.ca

  • Marilyn T.
    12/07/2020 02:01

    Do some cosmetic companys still put lead in thier lipsticks and blush and eyeshadow to enhance the color? This is my concern. Lead is poisonous.