It’s important to recycle.

We are committed to constant innovation in our physical and digital products to reduce the burden on our planet. We’ve created this page as a tool for customers to have all the information needed to responsibly disassemble, clean, and break down physical packaging so it can be accepted by your local recycling plant.

  • Shipping Materials

    1. Paper Recycling

    This shipper box was designed by Soft Services to be sealed with minimal adhesive to make break-down and recycling easy. After opening via the perforated tab, cut off adhesive flap and discard (the sticky adhesive can prevent the carton from being accepted and processed at all facilities). Place the remaining carton in normal curbside paper recycling along with the shipper bag. The entire shipper bag, including the paper string ties, are recyclable.

    Components

    Shipper Box

    100% Cardboard
    Recyclable

    Shipper Bag

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

  • Buffing Bar

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Buffing Bar carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling along with the wrapper paper.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Wrapper

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

  • Smoothing Solution

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Smoothing Solution carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling with carton liner.

    2. Aluminum Recycling

    In order to recycle any aluminum tube, it must first be cleaned. Cut completely across the empty tube at the top, removing the crimped edge. Discard the cut-off top—the glue used to crimp and seal the tube is not recyclable. WARNING: Be careful not to injure your fingers on the exposed aluminum edge. Tip—insert a pair of scissors carefully into the tube and open to help widen the tube for cleaning. Rinse the inside of the tube with water. Place in normal curbside metal recycling.

    3. Plastic Recycling

    Rinse the inside of the cap with water and place in normal curbside plastic recycling.
    *While this PP–type plastic cap is recyclable, some recycling plants may reject the cap due to its small size as it may not be able to be properly sorted by the plant’s machinery.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Carton Liner

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Tube

    100% Aluminum
    Recyclable

    Cap

    100% Plastic
    Recyclable*

  • Carea Cream

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Carea Cream carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling with carton liner.

    2. Aluminum Recycling

    In order to recycle any aluminum bottle, it must first be cleaned. Fill the empty bottle halfway with warm water and dish soap. Seal with either the Locking Pump or cap and shake to clean. Repeat if needed. Follow with a warm water rinse. Tip—you can clean the Locking Pump component at the same time; after shaking, dispense the soapy water by pumping and repeat with clean warm water.

    Remove the *gasket from the inside top of the aluminum cap (this is the small white disc placed inside the cap that keeps the Carea Cream from leaking in transit) and discard. Place both the bottle and cap in normal curbside metal recycling.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Carton Liner

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Bottle

    100% Aluminium
    Recyclable

    Cap

    *100% Aluminum
    Recyclable

  • Locking Pump

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Locking Pump carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling.

    2. Pump

    The Locking Pump, like almost all similar pumps, is made of multiple materials and small parts, which unfortunately makes it non-recyclable. We encourage you to clean and keep the Locking Pump to reuse with future orders of the Carea Cream.

    To clean, fill your empty Carea Cream bottle with warm water and dish soap, shake, and pump the solution through the component. Repeat with clean water to rinse.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Pump

    Plastic, steel, glass
    Not Recyclable

  • Clearing Clay

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Clearing Clay carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling.

    2. Plastic Recycling


    In order to recycle any plastic tube, it must first be cleaned of any non-plastic residue. Cut completely across the empty tube at the top, removing the crimped edge. Discard the cut-off top—the glue used to crimp and seal the tube is not recyclable. Rinse the inside of the tube with water. Place in normal curbside plastic recycling.

    Rinse the inside of the cap with water and place in normal curbside plastic recycling.

    3. Non-recyclable

    Unscrew the cap to access the small aluminum seal that covers the opening of the tube, peel it off and discard—the size and adhesive makes this highly unlikely to be properly processed in a recycling facility.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Tube

    Plastic containing 30% Post-Consumer Resin
    Recyclable

    Cap

    Plastic containing 30% Post-Consumer Resin
    Recyclable

  • Clearing Mist

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Clearing Mist carton by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling.

    2. Plastic Recycling

    In order to recycle any plastic bottle, it must first be cleaned. Rinse the inside of the bottle with water. Place in normal curbside plastic recycling.

    Remove foam gasket from inside cap (tip – use a toothpick). Rinse with water and place in normal curbside plastic recycling.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Bottle

    Plastic containing 50% Post-Consumer Resin
    Recyclable

    Shipping Cap

    Plastic containing 50% Post-Consumer Resin
    Recyclable

  • Fine Mister

    1. Paper Recycling

    Break down the Fine Mister carton and liner by unlocking both top and bottom flaps and lay completely flat. Place in normal curbside paper recycling.

    2. Mister

    The Fine Mister, like almost all similar misters, is made of multiple materials and small parts, which unfortunately makes it non-recyclable. We encourage you to clean and keep the Fine Mister to reuse with future orders of the Clearing Mist.

    To clean, fill your empty Clearing Mist bottle with warm water, shake, and spray the solution through the component. Repeat with clean water to rinse.

    For more information on the Fine Mister, please see our Reusables page.

    Components

    Carton

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Carton Liner

    100% Paper
    Recyclable

    Mister

    Plastic, Steel
    Not Recyclable