The skin care brand has become carbon net zero certified. Its packaging is now 100% recycle-ready, with all of the bottles and tubes now a minimum of 50% PCR.
The pumps have been switched to more sustainable mono-material and it only uses FSC board in the cartons.
The Inkey List has also partnered with Ashoka, a nonprofit organization that cultivates a community of positive changemakers. Through this partnership, the youth-led Inkey Impact Fund was created to ignite system change in education.
Colette Laxton and Mark Curry, co-founders, The Inkey List said, "At Inkey we believe beauty should never mean compromise. For the consumer this has meant them not compromising on quality, price or support to help unlock their skin care needs, and internally we feel passionately not to take any shortcuts within the business to achieve this. We are beyond delighted to have been awarded B Corp status, as we balance people and planet alongside our consumer mission of spreading the beauty of knowledge. We are so proud our business has been recognized for our no-compromise attitude to our social and environmental performance, and hope that we can help to inspire all companies be responsible—no matter how accessible your price point or how many units you strive to sell."