Our Key Commitments
Honesty and transparency
At KenzaKo we are committed to deliver transparency in our formulas and environmental commitments and stance on animal testing.
We leave out the nasty ingredients that irritate your skin and produce formulas that are made to comply with and go beyond the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) standard. Who and what the TGA do - Website
All KenzaKo products are cruelty free and vegan. Our products are not produced from an animal or an animal byproduct, and never tested on animals.
Our Vegan skincare is derived from plant ingredients such as seeds, leaves, roots, and essential oils. These natural formulations are effective for all skin types and provide you with calming, anti-aging benefits for your skin.
We produce products via Small Batch Beauty
Small batch beauty is a beauty production method in which products we produce are in much smaller amounts than is conventional. In this form of production, products are handmade rather than made by machines, and it allows KenzaKo to minimise waste and avoid overproduction and help the environment.
We're working with local suppliers
In order to reduce our carbon footprint, we only work with local suppliers right here in Australia. All of our products are manufactured and made here in Australia, NSW.
Introduced carbon neutral shipping
At KenzaKo we've partnered with Sendle. Sendle is Australia's first 100% carbon neutral shipping service. That means we get your goods where they are going while taking care of the planet.
Improved shipping and packaging material
We have made the switch to cardboard lo-fi eco shippers that are made from recycled material and kraft paper which was produced using sustainable forestry practices. They are 100% recyclable, printed with water-based ink and use no glue.
Tissue paper is made from recycled fiber, and is acid FREE and is 100% recyclable. Tape is 100% recyclable. Foam peanuts are a unique, natural, environmentally friendly packaging material made from corn starch that dissolves with water within minutes.
How to recycle your packaging
Please recycle your packaging.
Make sure bottles and tubes are clean and dry. Please recycle jars, lids, pouches and tubes with your plastics. All glass packaging, recycle these with your glass bottles. Cartons and packaging are all recyclable and use water-based ink. Recycle these with your paper recycling.
For more information on Recycling in Australia visit the Clean Up Australia Website