Feeling and looking good is great for people,
animals and the environment
Organic product sales are booming, and being vegan is in vogue. In the new millennium, almost everything involves proof of sustainability – whether you’re eating, drinking, dressing or travelling. The beauty industry has also been recording steep upward curves in the area of “natural cosmetics” for some years now. Increasing numbers of consumers are looking to purchase environmentally friendly products from organic resources. Nowadays, wellness in the bathroom no longer means simply taking a pleasant break from the stresses of everyday life, it also means sensuous, unadulterated, guilt-free indulgence. In other words, using shower gels, shampoos, creams or deodorants which pose no risk to health and have not been tested on animals. Bathrooms of this modern era therefore increasingly feature tubes, jars and pots, with labels exhibiting recognised natural cosmetic seals. Their natural, beautiful design is no longer reminiscent of the “eco chic” of former times. Another encouraging development is the fact that there’s no longer any need to pay through the nose for “natural” products.
Big on quality, small on quantity – save precious resources
Those who try to use as few chemical substances as possible, in order to lessen the impact both on themselves and the natural environment, know full well that the key factor is not just the ingredients of the skincare product, but also the quantity consumed. The more sparingly we use gels and shampoos (as well as detergent and washing-up liquid), the less waste water pollution we produce. Day after day. Those who are environmentally aware also make sure that they consume minimal water and energy when showering. This is where hansgrohe comes into its own, with its EcoSmart showers. Featuring automatically limited water flow, these ensure the conservation of resources – but offer the same high level of showering comfort.