About 60 cosmetics industry stakeholders
have joined the EcoBeautyScore consortium,
a breakthrough initiative to enable consumers
to make more informed and sustainable choices.
Recognizing the growing expectations for transparency and sustainability from consumers and regulators, some 60 companies and associations have joined forces in the EcoBeautyScore Consortium, a breakthrough industry initiative.
The EcoBeautyScore Consortium aims to develop an environmental impact assessment and scoring system for cosmetic products. A footprinting and scoring prototype is targeted for end of 2023. It will be verified by independent parties. Other stakeholders will be informed and consulted throughout the process. The Consortium also works with external experts, including scientists, academics and NGOs. The work developed by the Consortium will be published and may be used on a strictly voluntary basis by both Consortium participants and all other interested parties.
The primary objective of the Consortium is to develop a common environmental impact scoring system for cosmetic products, thus enabling consumers to make more informed purchasing decisions.
A common system for environmental impact assessment of cosmetic products.
A common scoring mechanism & harmonized consumer-facing layout.
In addition, the Consortium will also enable the industry to anticipate and proactively act on upcoming regulation, and foster a culture of eco-design among the members and beyond.
- Amore Pacific
- A.S. Watson
- British Beauty Council
- Cosmetic Valley
- Cosmetics Europe
- Estée Lauder Companies
- Eugène Perma
- Fragrances Creators Association
- Intercos Group
- Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health
- Laboratoires Gilbert
- Laboratoire Noreva
- Louis Widmer
- Natura & Co
- Nu Skin
- Paragon Nordics
- Personal Care Products Council
- PZ Cussons
- Schwan Cosmetics
- The Polish Union of the Cosmetics Industry
- Walgreens Boots