Kate Humble, the well-known TV broadcaster and writer has recently launched a new range of personal care products inspired by her love of nature and the countryside. In keeping with this philosophy, M and H Plastics, part of the RPC Group of companies, has manufactured the tubes using 100% post-consumer regrind (PCR) polymers. The products are sourced with equal sensitivity as they do not contain parabens or SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate). The range comprises a hand wash, hand lotion and intensive hand cream together with a body wash and body lotion in two fragrance sets: Sweet Pea Verbena and Rose Frankincense. The Rose Frankincense range also boasts a sumptuous bath honey.
M&H plastics has been producing packaging for over 40 years and is continually looking for innovative and environmentally responsive products that have a minimal impact on the environment. It was this ability that led Kate’s team (at Broad Oak) to work with M&H. Commenting on the packaging, Phillip Marsh, Managing Director said, “Working with M&H allows us to be confident of the quality of the packaging and decoration which is very important to our target market. The use of PCR across the range enabled us to reinforce our commitment to preserving the environment.”