While we offer biodegradable packaging for some of our products, we wanted to make sure we covered our bases for our recyclable packaging as well!
As part of our commitment to lessening our impact on this planet, we have set up a recycling program, working with TerraCycle, to help recycle and repurpose our deodorant tubes.
For every deodorant tube you send in we will give you a $2 credit towards your next purchase. Essentially that is a free deodorant for every 5 empties you send back!
How it works:
- Collect your empty deodorant tubes. (You can earn credit by sending in other brand’s tubes as well)
- Stick them in an envelope or box and ship them to us at:
Attn: Recycle Program
2581 State Road 92
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
Make sure you include this recycling info form in your shipment to us so we can get your credit to you!
*Credits will be delivered via email and can be used on future purchases over our website only.*
If you don't want to participate in our program, but want to learn more about recycling in your area, head HERE!
Can I send back more than one deodorant tube at a time?
You bet! In fact, we recommend you send more than one at a time so it helps cut back on pollution through mail carriers.
Who covers shipping costs?
At this time, shipping costs to send back empty tubes need to be covered by the customer. However, as the program grows, our aim is to cover those costs eventually.
Can my credit be used for something other than deodorant?
Absolutely! If you are interested in trying our other products, you can certainly use the credit towards that.
Why do you offer the plastic tubes? Why don’t you just offer your bio-tubes?As much as we would love to only offer our bio-tubes, it is not a current reality for our company. Cost wise they are significantly more expensive to buy than the plastic tubes are, and we work hard to keep our prices affordable for our customers. It is, however, a goal we are working towards.
What is TerraCycle?
TerraCycle is a company that works to reduce waste. They recycle over 97% of the waste they collect. To learn more about them and how their circular methods for reducing waste, you can check them out here: https://www.terracycle.com/en-US/about-terracycle/how_we_solve