REN Skincare: The Big Clean Up

by | Dec 2, 2020

REN launches The Big Clean Up campaign this year to help them on their journey to zero waste.

REN’s journey to zero waste began in 2018, with a pledge to have Zero Waste by 2021. This means that the company will only produce packaging that’s recycled, recyclable and reusable by the end of 2021.



To aid them on this pledge, REN are giving customers the opportunity to choose two free full-size products to the value of £80 with every online purchase of £60 or above. The idea behind this is simple, you have the autonomy to choose what to do with these extra products: either keep the products for yourself, gift them to a loved one, or donate to British Beauty Council Affiliate, Beauty Banks. REN are partnering with Beauty Banks this year to help “spread a little clean skincare to those who need it most”.


Image credit: REN Skincare


Find out more about The Big Clean Up here.

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