If you are already one of the people who use the more sustainable body wash of the World, soon you will be able to buy more envelopes to continue reducing the consumption of water and plastic.
At Green Corness we believe that cosmetics will have values, or it will not. That is why we chose a laboratory that manufactured in terms of sustainability.
That is why we are committed to climbing one more level in this respect for the environment and with such a desire we align ourselves with "Shake". We couldn't resist finding out that it is the most sustainable gel in the world! A series of products from the hand of Valquer that reminds us of the 4 elements: Earth, Sea, Fire and Air and that, in a revolutionary concept of "made in home" cosmetics and reusable packaging, considerably reduce the generation of waste.
Green Cornerss Shake Gels is the world's first gel that eliminates the unnecessary production, storage and movement of WATER and plastic. Available 4 fragrances that are inspired by the 4 elements of nature: Earth, Water, Fire and Air. Each one with a super exclusive fragrance:
Earth: fruity citrus and fresh. It begins with fruity top notes of fresh citrus (orange, tangerine, lemon zest and grapefruit) followed by a heart of red fruits. All this rests on a soft milky base of sandalwood and vanilla.
- Air : flowery. It begins with floral top notes followed by a floral heart (gardenia). All this rests on a fruity background.
- Water: fruity. It begins with fruity, green and fresh top notes followed by a floral and woody heart. All this rests on a floral and musky background.
- Fire: fruity citrus. It begins with fruity top notes of citrus and pineapple followed by a heart of rose, geranium and lily. All this rests on soft and woody notes.
Among his many benefits , we find the following:
Formulated without salt. Traditional gels use salt to thicken. Shake gels do not contain salt, providing extra hydration to the skin.
- Eco friendly
- 99% natural origin ingredients
- 0% soap
If all homes in Spain used this gel, we would get:
- Avoid the storage of 430 million liters of water.
- Reduce the emission of 243 million kg of CO2.
- Reduce the consumption of 1,327 million plastic containers.