Galderma and Cetaphil have announced its Clear Skies initiative that is said to outline the company's journey to embed responsible practices across the business.
Clear Skies is set against four key areas in which the organization can make an impact:
- Reducing environmental impact
- Formulating with cleaner ingredients
- Using smarter packaging
- Serving its communities
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Galderma and Cetaphil are committed to setting and achieving goals to continue to reduce impact on the environment and contribute to strong communities. Currently, the company aims to achieve 100% renewable electricity in its current factories by 2022 and become carbon neutral in its production facilities.
Walter Geiger, head of global consumer business unit, Galderma, said: "We know that the health of our skin is a reflection of our environment—factors such as pollution, water quality and climate can impact skin, especially sensitive skin. As the leader in treating sensitive skin, it's time to be even more sensitive to the environment to contribute to both short-term and long-term change. We're proud of what we've accomplished thus far, but we know we can do more—this is only the beginning. We know that by doing the right thing, our customers, partners, employees and communities will benefit, as well."