IN THE NAME OF BEAUTY
The beauty industry generates a seemingly endless array of new products with very little consideration given to where products go at the end of its life cycle. 120 billion units of packaging is produced globally every year.
Using circular design principles every step of our journey, we have sought to reimagine our daily routine to create vital connections between ourselves and the planet.
DESIGNED FOR FEWER, BETTER
Sustainable beauty starts with buying less. ReMI’s innovative products are multipurpose and long-lasting, which means you can simplify your skincare regimen. By removing water, we have minimised the size of the product while maximising the efficacy of the active ingredients. The result is radically reduced packaging and shipping.
RESPONSIBLE, LOCAL SOURCING
Because we operate our own lab, Marta, our founder, can handpick our suppliers and trace every ingredient. We source our native essential oils from suppliers with an in-depth knowledge of powerful, indigenous plants, who practice regenerative farming methods.
HANDMADE IN MELBOURNE
Every single ReMI Stone is handmade at our own lab in Melbourne. No attention to detail is spared – from sourcing of each ingredient to the precise blending of the formulation, to the packing of every Stone. Every step is taken mindfully and masterfully to build a connection between us, nature and our user.
In beauty care, the biggest culprit to waste and pollution is its packaging. With our innovation, we have removed all plastic and glass. Our Stones only require minimum paper boxes expertly designed to minimise carbon footprint. We have achieved NetZero certification by using only biodegradable and recyclable packaging.
We have collaborated with Ryan L Foote, an esteemed Melbourne artist, to bring art and sustainability to you every day with our bespoke keepsake ceramic box. The ceramics are handmade just 3km from our lab at Ryan’s studio in Melbourne.
1kg of plastic will be removed for every product sold, in partnership with Plastic Bank. The removal not only benefits our environment, it helps waste workers in developing countries, that are disproportionately affected by the plastic crisis, earn a fair wage and live a life of dignity.
“We are the last generation that can prevent irreparable damage to our planet.”
- United Nations General Assembly President María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés (Ecuador)