Allbalms Home Compostable Packaging
Allbalms Massage Balm Jar & Labels
An eco and sustainable alternative to plastic packaging! Our durable Eco Jars are crafted from kraft paper and white paper and glassine. The jar is renewable, biodegradable and recyclable.
The labels we use for our deep tissue massage balm are of Natural Kraft paper; a brown uncoated paper made from 80% recycled content and 20% Post Consumer Waste (PCW).
Allbalms Deo and Lip Balm Tubes & Labels
An eco and sustainable alternative to plastic packaging! Our tubes are crafted from 100% post consumer paper (emulating paperboard), which is a renewable, biodegradable and recyclable. Each paper tube includes a fitted cap.
Allbalms Tubes contain no PVA plastic adhesive which makes it non-toxic and fully home-compostable. (all push-ups contain polyvinyl acetate – plastic – adhesive)
The labels we use on our lip balm and deo balm are Semi-gloss paper recycled; a material made from 99% Post Consumer Waste (PCW). It is also FSC® Chain of Custody certified and is sustainably sourced through a certified supply chain. Even the liners are compostable and the ink used is made out of soy.
The paper used for Allbalms home compostable packaging
100% PCW paper (FSC certified).
100% Post Consumer Waste (PCW) is waste paper that has served its intended purpose and has been separated from solid waste to be recycled into new paper.
This is what currently goes to the recycling center.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) was created to change the dialogue about and the practice of sustainable forestry worldwide.
This impressive goal has in many ways been achieved, yet there is more work to be done. FSC sets forth principles, criteria, and standards that span economic, social, and environmental concerns.
The FSC standards represent the world’s strongest system for guiding forest management toward sustainable outcomes.
Like the forestry profession itself, the FSC system includes stakeholders with a diverse array of perspectives on what represents a well-managed and sustainable forest.
While the discussion continues, the FSC standards for forest management have now been applied in over 57 countries around the world.