Your Local Sustainable Hair Salon – Trigg Hair Studio
- The hair care products we use and recommend come from sustainable sources with all emissions completely offset
- 95% of salon waste is recycled through a company called sustainable salons https://sustainablesalons.org. The waste that goes into landfill is usually organic waste only
Our first sustainable hair salon initiative relates to the products we use
Pure Haircare is Australian made using certified organic extracts combined with high-quality scientific ingredients. We get it, you want everything to be natural however it’s this combination that looks after your body, your planet and actually delivers on quality.
Pure Haircare has zero carbon emissions, their packaging is made with recycled Australian land waste plastic and its made and owned in Australia.
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Davines Haircare is sustainably sourced using local ingredients which keep their farmers farming heirloom products that would otherwise not be available to us.
They are always partaking in efforts to clean up our planet. This includes reforestation, clearing of garbage island in the ocean and using cut hair for fertilisation and purification of polluted water.
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Their colour is up to 93% naturally derived so it’s good for your body, your planet and your future as well as being cutting edge technology that really delivers.
Our second sustainable hair salon initiative is recycling
By using https://sustainablesalons.org to support our commitment to recycling and reusing, we are able to recycle 95% of salon waste.
Here is where it goes:
Hair: All cut hair is collected and used to clean up oil spills on our coastlines. If it’s long enough it can be used to make wigs for cancer and alopecia suffers. How good is that!
Foil: This valuable commodity is infinitely recyclable. It’s sold to metal yards with the proceeds being donated to Oz Harvest to help feed the homeless. A full head of foils is a quarter of a meal. This one is our favorite! Homelessness is a massive issue in Australia.
Chemical waste: You’ll be pleased to know our aim is to have none of this, however, the small amount we do have is neutralised and used as water on road construction.
Paper: You will be reusing our paper whenever you buy recycled Australian paper products. Winning!
Plastic: All plastic is recycled together and turned into small pellets. This then becomes outdoor furniture. Tell our councils this one, we have been told they only recycle no. 1 and 2 of plastics!
As well as all this, Sustainable Salons employ team members with intellectual disabilities in their warehouse. This provides them with employment at a place they are supported, can be more independent and as a bonus, it is somewhere they love going each day.