Our next Green Beauty milestone will be an educational content series, featuring National Geographic explorers and produced by National Geographic CreativeWorks.


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With content produced by National Geographic CreativeWorks, we will give consumers access to expert knowledge and real-world advice. This is a first step in a new commitment, which aims to encourage and empower millions of people to live greener on the planet, by 2025.

This new commitment is the latest in a series of ambitious 2025 targets set to reduce the environmental impact of the brand’s entire value chain. We will continue our sustainable transformation and commit to giving millions of people expert and real-world advice so that they can understand how to take action too.

We have worked with National Geographic explorers to bring this to consumers, inspiring the everyday changes that can make a real difference, and tackle the important question - Can Beauty Go Greener?



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Encouraging Greener Steps

“To realise the full power of Green Beauty, Garnier wants to encourage consumers to take greener steps too. Sustainability can be an intimidating topic and our aim is to make it truly accessible – we're doing that by launching products with less environmental impact across their lifecycle - but we want to go further. Through the work of National Geographic CreativeWorks, we aim to give our consumers access to top experts and their advice for living greener every day.”

Adrien Koskas, Garnier Global President

Our Commitments

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Green Beauty

We have the opportunity to help create a positive impact by leading the way to sustainable beauty that's accessible to all. Find out what Garnier is doing to develop an end to end journey towards sustainability.

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