Our Packaging: A Cycle of Renewal

Our approach to packaging is twofold: prioritize recycled materials and ensure everything we use is recyclable. We've embraced a circular mindset, reusing shipping materials whenever possible to lessen our environmental impact.

  • Jars: Our jars are a testament to our sustainable ethos, crafted from 100% glass with fully recyclable 100% plastic lids. Glass recycling is a robust process that melts down the material to create new products, significantly reducing the need for raw materials and the energy used in production.

  • Labels: We chose rock paper for our grooming product labels, an innovative material made from mining waste. This choice not only diverts waste from landfills but also reduces our reliance on trees and water used in traditional paper production, showcasing our commitment to innovative sustainability solutions.

  • Dispensers: Our dispensers are designed with 100% plastic, omitting metal springs to ensure they're fully recyclable. This forward-thinking technology, although still evolving, represents our commitment to pioneering sustainable practices in the grooming industry. We recognize the need for minor adjustments in adopting new solutions, but we believe these small steps are vital for our planet's health.

Our Bottles: Making a Difference with Every Purchase

Our commitment to sustainability shines through in our choice of materials for our amber bottles, which are made from 100% recycled Prevented Ocean Plastic™. This initiative is not just about recycling; it's a movement towards safeguarding our oceans and supporting coastal communities. Each time you choose a Nomad product, you're playing a part in preventing ocean plastic pollution. This effort not only cleans our seas but also contributes to the livelihoods of those communities involved in the collection process. Our use of Prevented Ocean Plastic™ underscores our dedication to making a tangible difference in the world. Thank you for joining us in this commitment by choosing recycled products.

Plastic waste poses a significant global challenge, with approximately 300 million tons produced annually and less than 10% recycled. A staggering amount ends up in our oceans, contributing to the pollution that affects marine life and ecosystems. Single-use plastics, which represent over half of this waste, persist in the environment for centuries. The recycling rate for plastics globally remains low, around 9%, due to the complexity of materials and lack of adequate infrastructure. The environmental and economic impacts are profound, highlighting the urgent need for sustainable solutions and responsible consumption to mitigate this crisis and protect our planet for future generations.