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05/04/2021

Coty’s Lancaster receives sustainability certificate

Gisselle Gaitan
Online Editor
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Coty is celebrating a major milestone for its Lancaster brand.

The company recently shared that Lancaster’s Sun Sensitive collection has been recognized by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute and awarded the C2C Certified Material Health Certificate at the silver level.

This recognition signifies that 100% of the ingredients in Lancaster Sun Sensitive are clean and vegan, as well as environmentally friendly, the company said.

“Sustainability is the ultimate driver of innovation and brands like Lancaster are creating outstanding products that are truly clean and green,” Sue Y. Nabi, chief executive officer at Coty, said. “Today’s consumer rightly expects that their favorite products also deliver when it comes to environmental performance. It’s our approach to product innovation that sets Coty apart and these industry firsts reflect the expertise of our teams and our brands.”

Formulated to help provide broad-spectrum sun protection, the line aims to provide sensitive skin with a delicate golden glow that is free of redness and discomfort. The products also contain an ocean-friendly UV filter system, and are packaged in eco-friendly packaging, the company said.

“Receiving the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute’s Silver Level Material Health Certificate for our Sun Sensitive range is another positive step in demonstrating the safe use of materials that are circular and responsible in our products,” Laure Calvel, vice president of global marketing at Lancaster, said. “We have a framework for improving the sustainability of all the products in our portfolio and very ambitious plans over the coming years.”

The C2C Certified Material Health Certificate by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute looks to spread awareness about the chemicals used in products by brands across their supply chain and avoiding chemicals of concern, the company said.

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