Sorting, it speaks to you, including in your bathroom. But disoriented by the diversity of packaging, you end up not knowing where to turn! Yet sorting your beauty and skincare products is a crucial step for their recycling.
So to give you a little motivation, here are 5 tips that will make you want to sort!
LEARN WHERE EACH PACKAGE GOES
One of the main reasons that often make us give up sorting is the fact of not knowing where to throw what. Unwanted by the different materials of the packaging, it is panic and all risk of ending up in the garbage bin. However, it is enough to make the point once and for all and the problem will be solved, promised! So if you would like a little upgrade to become a sorting specialist, have a look at our article “How to sort your packaging for hygiene and beauty products” or visit the site of Tritons en beauté!
THROW, LITTLE BY LITTLE
The best way not to be under a stack of beauty products and care to sort is to sort, little by little. This advice may seem obvious but we often tend to let funds of products in their flasks, then buy new ones. Getting used to finishing your products one after the other will allow you to have fewer packages to discard at the same time. You will be less discouraged facing the pile in front of you! and you will at the same time save some money!
INVEST IN A SECOND TRASH
The problem with the products that are in the bathroom is that we naturally tend to throw them in the one and only trash that is on hand, the same used to discard used cotton and other hairballs. To break with this habit, the best way is to invest in second trash. Do not be afraid of the place that this trash can take, a mini format is enough.
SENSITIZE YOUR LOVED ONES
The more we are crazy, the more we sort! By embarking your family in the adventure there will always be someone to motivate you and remind you of the right actions!
THINK OF OUR PLANET!
We have not yet seen a better argument to arouse the desire to sort. By participating in the recycling of waste by sorting, you can preserve exhaustible natural resources, save energy and avoid an additional source of pollution related to the extraction, transportation, and processing of these resources. !
So, are we sorting?