Sourcing sustainable palm oil
Antipodes is committed to sourcing premium, sustainable ingredients for our natural skincare range.
We use certified sustainable palm oil as part of the emulsifiers in a small number of our skincare products. This means our palm oil is sourced from growers who are committed to sustainable practices, as certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).
Palm oil is a type of vegetable oil derived from the fruit of the African oil palm tree. It’s the most widely-consumed oil on the planet and is used in everything from food products to cosmetics, washing detergents to toothpaste.
Palm oil grows in tropical rainforests throughout the world, mostly in Indonesia and Malaysia. Discover more about certified sustainable palm oil at www.rspo.org.
Antipodes chooses to source ingredients that don’t impact on fragile ecosystems.
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