For all orders placed during the month of June, a tree will be planted to help create the Lili Margo forest.
Since 1974, World Environment Day has been celebrated every year on 5 June, committing governments, businesses and citizens to tackle pressing environmental challenges.
The day was initiated by the United Nations, and highlights a specific environmental issue each year. The aim is to work towards the well-being of the Earth for a safer and more prosperous future.
As a natural and eco-responsible French brand, we are committed to supporting Reforest'Action on this 49th anniversary of World Environment Day.
Reforest'Action is a company whose main activity is to support reforestation projects.
Trees are at the heart of our lives and yet we often ignore the majority of the benefits they bring to our daily lives.
Did you know that forests are the source of 80% of the Earth's biodiversity?
They feed us and protect us. Trees are necessary for our survival. They are oxygen generators without which we could not live. They are also soil protectors to ensure our food security.
Lili Margo is therefore grateful to nature for drawing on its resources to create products composed primarily of French active ingredients to avoid transporting raw materials. We also use a 100% French supply chain and prefer to transport the last kilometre by bicycle.
Finally, concerning the composition of our products, they are essentially created from plants, fruits and flowers with an average of 95% naturalness. Furthermore, Lili Margo products are eco-designed with secondary packaging that is 99.9% recyclable. We favour Invercote® paper with integrated spacers, which allows us to avoid a large waste of material.
It’s for that, Lili Margo is committed to creating a forest for the entire month of June with the sales generated. For each order, we sell during this month, a tree will be planted.
Let's consume sustainably, fairly and ethically together, and commit to the restoration of ecosystems to stop and reverse this damage!
Let's move from exploiting nature to healing it...