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Sustainable shopping: The retailers making a conscience change

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If you're looking for ways to make positive changes for our planet, our retailers have got you covered. To make it easy, we've included a list of exciting recycling initiatives and planet-friendly options by your most-loved brands so you can go greener this year.

Return and recycle

L'Occitane works with over 130 French farmers and 10,000 pickers to ensure that the highest quality, sustainably-sourced ingredients go into their range. In addition to offering eco-refill packs for 23 of their products which save up to 90% less plastic, you can also bring in empty products from any beauty brand for recycling, to receive 10% off your next purchase of a similar value product*. Find out more >

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*Customers must be signed up to the L'Occitane Loyalty Program to receive the 10% off. Discount applies to full price, single products that are of similar value and product type.

Peggy Sue Co
Ethical skincare brand, founded by two Australian mums. Their aim is to provide a more simplified and sustainable approach to your skincare routine by designing multi-use products that allow people to enjoy guilt-free self-care at its finest. Their refill program covers 88% of their range, while everything at Peggy Sue Co is ethically made in Australia and carefully formulated using nature’s finest ingredients. Find out more >

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Planet-loving products

With an increasing number of retailers offering sustainable ranges, you'll be spoilt for choice. Check out the exciting, planet-loving products these brands have to offer.

Gorman crafts a minimum of 25% of their products from GOTS certified organic cotton. With a commitment to continue expanding the use of sustainable fibres in their clothing, their collections include tencel, recycled polyester, non-mulesed merino, recycled cotton fibre and raw rattan linen. Find out more > or shop online with Westfield Direct >

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The Body Shop
Founder Anita Roddick believed that business could be a force for good. With an ambition to become the world’s most ethical and sustainable business, The Body Shop works fairly with farmers and suppliers through their Community Trade programme, produces their packaging mostly from recycled sources, are 100% vegetarian, and stand firmly against animal testing. Find out more >

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An Australian brand that encourages people to live more sustainably by empowering them to make conscious choices with the day-to-day products that they use. Ekoroo specialises in reusable beauty and homeware products made from sustainable or natural materials, such as bamboo utensils, cloth produce bags, and non-plastic Tupperware. Ekoroo also only work only with manufacturers that are audited for Labour Standards, Health & Safety, Environment and Business ethics to ensure all their products align with their brand vision. Shop Ekoroo’s range online with Westfield Direct >

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Rodd & Gunn
Dedicated to producing ethical and environmentally responsible clothes since its origins. They strive to incorporate recycled fibres to lessen their impact on the planet such as cotton, linen and wool. Rodd & Gunn endeavour’s to craft their garments from these natural fibres, with growers that are renowned for producing clothing in accordance with a variety of ethical, environmental and premium quality standards. Shop online with Westfield Direct >

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