At Apotecari, we take environmental responsibility very seriously.
This starts with the way our ingredients are harvested, and extends all the way to your product arriving with you.
Packaging that doesn’t cost the Earth
For those who’ve had the pleasure, you’re aware that our renowned capsule and powdered formulations are available in both our signature biophotonic glass bottles and our range of refill ‘replenish’ pouches, set to ‘replenish’ not only your bottle, but the environment.
In addition to looking and feeling great, our signature biophotonic glass bottle, also known as ‘violet glass’, plays the role of ‘preservative’, eliminating the use of these nasties in our formulations.
To top up your bottles, our Refills are home compostable, and make use of award-winning technology.
Our Replenish Pack refill range offers the wellness and planet conscious a 1 month ‘replenishment’ of their supplement of choice – and a convenient 1 week trial size in our coveted Hair Food.
Buying nice things can be good for the planet too.
With every purchase, Apotecari customers contribute to the restoration of Australian and New Zealand forests.
In addition to reduction initiatives, we voluntarily choose to offset emissions, partnering with specialists who align with Apotecari’s values in ‘giving back’. This is why we partner with Greenfleet, a leading environmental non-profit organisation and Australia’s most trusted source of biodiverse carbon offsets to take practical climate action.
Greenfleet plants native biodiverse forests to capture carbon emissions and help fight the impacts of climate change. Since 1997, Greenfleet has planted over 9.6 million trees across over 500 forests in Australia and New Zealand.
By partnering with Greenfleet, we are confident that our climate action provides genuine and lasting environmental benefits.
“At Greenfleet, we are restoring native forests and growing climate hope thanks to the contributions of our amazing supporters, just like Apotecari Bioactive Hair Care,” said Wayne Wescott, CEO of Greenfleet.
“Year after year, individuals and organisations help Greenfleet plant more biodiverse native forests to capture carbon emissions and it’s their continuous support which makes a tangible and positive difference to the environment,” added Mr Wescott.
As they grow, Greenfleet forests absorb carbon emissions, improve soil and water quality, and restore habitat for native wildlife, including many endangered species. Greenfleet forests are also legally protected for up to 100 years, ensuring they can grow for future generations.