Elate Bamboo Eyeshadow Trio Palette
- Build Your Own Eyeshadow Make Up Palette
- Includes a Beauty Mirror
- Reusable and Refillable
- Earn 35 Points
Elate Cosmetics Eyeshadow Trio Palette Made From Sustainable Bamboo
With the Elate Bamboo Trio Palette you can protect and carry your elate pressed eye colours and brushes with sustainable style. This palette has three spots for your eyeshadows for on the go. This palette is small enough to fit in your bag.
Elate Cosmetics is a Canadian vegan beauty brand committed to the best vegan ingredients, sustainable products and practices and our beautiful environment with their refillable range. They are 100% vegan and cruelty free being certified by PETA, Leaping Bunny, and they have signed the Just Beautiful Pledge. They are very focused on packaging using glass and bamboo. You can create your own capsules using their bamboo palettes for minimal waste. Exclusively available at Flora & Fauna in Australia.
Use it to build your own eyeshadow make up palette.
This bamboo container can be refilled. Refills sold separately. Otherwise, at the end of its lifecycle the bamboo can be composted. With work gloves, safety goggles and pliers, break apart the mirror from the bamboo and dispose of it locally. The bamboo can be composted at home. For a quicker compost time, carefully break the bamboo into smaller (Please wear work gloves and safety goggles as the bamboo can get sharp).
This compact is created from bamboo, making it good for your products, and the environment. Unlike most timber, bamboo is a self-regenerating natural resource, meaning new shoots appear annually to ensure production continues after individual culms are harvested. This creates sustainable supplies for the wood and cellulose industries.
Bamboo is used for many ecological purposes, including soil stabilization and erosion prevention on hills and verges. It’s also harvested from existing natural forests, plantations and mixed agroforestry systems, meaning bamboo silviculture is an option for conserving and protecting tropical forests long into the future.