Garnier’s Whole Blends goes plastic-free with shampoo bars

Gisselle Gaitan
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Garnier is continuing its commitment to sustainability with a new launch from its Whole Blends line.

New from the beauty company is the Whole Blends Shampoo Bars, which have been formulated with less water, contain zero-plastic packaging and nourish tresses.

Formulated with to cleanse hair like a liquid shampoo without the plastic packaging, the bars look to leave hair looking shiny and healthy.

Made with plant-based ingredients, the Whole Blends Shampoo Bars are free of preservatives, silicones, soap and dyes, and contain a fast-rinsing formula that is 97% biodegradable and dermatologist-tested for safety, the company said.

Available blends of the shampoo bars include:

  • Restoring Honey Treasures Shampoo Bar for dry and damaged hair;
  • Hydrating Coco and Aloe Vera Shampoo Bar for normal hair;
  • Softening Oat Delicacy Shampoo Bar for fine to normal hair; and
  • Strengthening Ginger Recovery Shampoo Bar for weak hair.

“At Garnier, we are deeply committed to shift the way the beauty industry operates and lead the change for all of us. The new Whole Blends zero-plastic shampoo bars are a huge milestone for the brand,” Adrien Koskas, global brand president said. “We are not only changing the face of haircare but also helping millions of consumers across the U.S. to take #OneGreenStep and join us in our journey towards more sustainability. This is all part of Garnier's commitment towards Greener Beauty, for all of us.”