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Don't Be a Dope, Skip the Plastic Soap

Don't Be a Dope, Skip the Plastic Soap

Today we're going to talk about why we don't use plastic packaging. But first, let's start with a joke:

Why did the King refuse to use plastic packaging for his bath and body products?

Because he didn't want to reign in pollution!

Okay, okay, we know it's a bad pun. But let's get serious now. For Rilla.

As a brand that cares about the environment, we believe in using sustainable and eco-friendly packaging for our products. That's why we've said goodbye to plastic packaging and switched to biodegradable and recyclable options.

Sure, plastic may seem convenient and cheap, but have you ever stopped to think about where it ends up after you've thrown it away? Most plastic packaging takes hundreds of years to decompose and often ends up in our oceans, harming marine life and contributing to the pollution crisis.

Plastic Contains Endocrine Disruptors

Did you know that plastic can contain endocrine disruptors? These are chemicals that can interfere with your body's hormonal balance, leading to a range of health problems. Endocrine disruptors can be found in many types of plastic, including the ones used for food and beverage containers, toys, and personal care products.

That's not cool, and it's definitely not fit for a King.

So we've chosen a more responsible path by using packaging made from materials like recycled paper, glass, and bamboo. Not only are they better for the environment, but they also look and feel luxurious, just like our products.

Plus, using eco-friendly packaging means that we're able to give back to the planet in a small way, and that's something we can all feel good about.

So next time you're in the market for some bath and body products for men, consider choosing a brand that cares about the planet as much as you do. We promise that you won't regret it, and neither will the environment!

Until next time, Kings, stay clean and green.

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