It's a journey. Let’s take it together, day by day

Getting in sync with nature

It's our mission to help you make healthy choices for your skin and the planet, while making a more thoughtful impact on the environment.

Refillable Skincare

The refill pods work seamlessly together with our airless containers to ensure no experience gets lost.

Same Product, less waste

100% reusable, refillable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025


Carbon is a type of greenhouse gas (GHG) that is emitted into the atmosphere through activities like driving a car, heating water, or even yawning.

Carbon and other GHGs absorb infrared radiation emitted from the Earth’s surface and radiate it back, creating what we know as the greenhouse effect, where heat is trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere. As more GHGs accumulate in the atmosphere, the average annual temperature rises, a phenomenon known as global warming.

We will offset all carbon emissions from transportation, from every customer we’ve ever had or returns associated with that order, and from every inbound or outbound shipment.

We will partner with to calculate the emissions associated with every shipment or transport we have ever done. To offset these emissions, our plan is to purchase carbon credits.

By 2025. Additionally, we can proudly say that we are far ahead on schedule so we will probably be able to fully make this claim a lot sooner!

In addition to already adhering to a blocklist of 1500 ingredients that could be harmful both to you and the earth, we will never use hazardous ingredients such as microplastics that pollute water, or oxybenzone which damages our ocean reefs.

We continue to work with our suppliers to source more responsible ingredients to ultimately become the perfect skincare brand.

Mazi Beauty is always looking for ways to reduce waste in a combined effort with its suppliers. We are determined to reduce both plastic and glass waste by using recycled materials. We currently use sugar cane for our cosmetic tubes and will be using refill pods by 2023, which will greatly reduce the amount of glass and plastic waste we generate.

Additionally, we have several R&D programs to explore our sustainability options. One of these is our vegetable ink program, which when it succeeds will allow us to print with ink from vegetables on our packaging instead of printing with chemicals.

All of our suppliers have to adhere strictly to our Code of conduct for suppliers. Additionally, we perform inspections at the supplier's facility on a regular basis to ensure they continue to adhere to our Code of conduct for suppliers.

It depends, is the complicated answer. Plastic has the lowest carbon footprint, despite being harmful to the environment. While switching to glass would certainly reduce plastic pollution, it wouldn't solve all our problems. The greenhouse gas emissions from glass can be comparable to those of plastic for some smaller items, especially if they are designed to be reusable.

To determine which packaging solution is right for each formula, usage, and environment, we must assess each product individually. What is the size of the item? How will it be used? For showering or traveling? Does the formula react to UV light? This information helps us shape our final packaging.

Overall, we prefer plastic packaging because the gross weight is lower compared to glass packaging. This means fewer C02 emissions will be emitted during the transport of our products.