About Yroli Skincare

Yrolí is a Danish skincare brand founded in 2018 by Trine-Lise Buestad and Jette Nørgaard Haulrig. Yrolí is natural skincare based on strong values ​​and a goal of being innovative and creating change in the world. Their vision is to change the way we consume skincare by inspiring to think in quality, act sustainably, and motivate for less consumption.

 

Yrolí Skincare contains certified ingredients, where all products are of high quality and provide long-lasting and visible results. This is due to their carefully selected ingredients such as algae extract, arctic berries extract, and organic signature oils that have a high content of vitamins and essential fatty acids.

 

In the skincare range by Yrolí, you will only find the most essential products for your skincare routine. This is a conscious choice based on the belief that it’s beneficial for our skin, it is good for us mentally, and it is better for nature.

Brand Ethos

Yrolí is truly a brand that was Born Sustainable. With their natural skincare based on certified ingredients and strong values, Yrolí has set out to create a positive change in the world.

The comarché framework

Product lifecycle

Brand sustainability

Yrolí is passionate about creating quality skincare products that work. The two passionate women behind the brand value a mindset that focuses on contributing to a positive development towards a transparent and sustainable skincare industry.

 

Yrolí work closely with their manufacturers, chemists, and pharmacists in the development process of new products to secure the best starting point for creating effective products. The contents of the products are all based on the latest technology in natural raw materials with a clinically proven effect. Consideration and transparency are key, and Yrolí therefore uses biodegradable products that can be a part of nature’s cycle. Those natural materials are active and highly potent extracts from algae and Arctic berries as well as exclusive quality oils with a high content of active substances.

 

Yrolí’s skincare products are produced at a highly specialized and ECOCERT COSMOS approved laboratory in Denmark. They are then packaged in aluminium packaging that is light-tight and lightweight. Aluminium packaging assures that the content retains its good quality, it requires fewer resources to transport, and it can be recycled indefinitely without losing its quality. To avoid unnecessary production and transport of packaging, the outer packaging is omitted and instead a small label with necessary and statutory information is attached directly to the product. The label is printed on FSC-certified paper at a certified Nordic Eco Label printing company.

 

Yrolí Skincare are aware of their responsibility to nature and their obligation to lower environmental impact on the world. Consumers are thus asked to sort their products attentively.

The Comarché Notes

Transitioning to a natural skincare routine has never been easier!

UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

Goal 5: Gender equality image Goal 5: Gender equality

Ending all discrimination against women and girls is not only a basic human right, it’s crucial for sustainable future; it’s proven that empowering women and girls helps economic growth and development.

UNDP has made gender equality central to its work and we’ve seen remarkable progress in the past 20 years. There are more girls in school now compared to 15 years ago, and most regions have reached gender parity in primary education.

 

But although there are more women than ever in the labour market, there are still large inequalities in some regions, with women systematically denied the same work rights as men. Sexual violence and exploitation, the unequal division of unpaid care and domestic work, and discrimination in public office all remain huge barriers. Climate change and disasters continue to have a disproportionate effect on women and children, as do conflict and migration.

It is vital to give women equal rights land and property, sexual and reproductive health, and to technology and the internet. Today there are more women in public office than ever before, but encouraging more women leaders will help achieve greater gender equality.

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Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production image Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production

Achieving economic growth and sustainable development requires that we urgently reduce our ecological footprint by changing the way we produce and consume goods and resources. Agriculture is the biggest user of water worldwide, and irrigation now claims close to 70 percent of all freshwater for human use.

The efficient management of our shared natural resources, and the way we dispose of toxic waste and pollutants, are important targets to achieve this goal. Encouraging industries, businesses and consumers to recycle and reduce waste is equally important, as is supporting developing countries to move towards more sustainable patterns of consumption by 2030.

A large share of the world population is still consuming far too little to meet even their basic needs.  Halving the per capita of global food waste at the retailer and consumer levels is also important for creating more efficient production and supply chains. This can help with food security, and shift us towards a more resource efficient economy.

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Goal 14: Life Below Water image Goal 14: Life Below Water

The world’s oceans – their temperature, chemistry, currents and life – drive global systems that make the Earth habitable for humankind. How we manage this vital resource is essential for humanity as a whole, and to counterbalance the effects of climate change.

Over three billion people depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihoods. However, today we are seeing 30 percent of the world’s fish stocks overexploited, reaching below the level at which they can produce sustainable yields.

Oceans also absorb about 30 percent of the carbon dioxide produced by humans, and we are seeing a 26 percent rise in ocean acidification since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Marine pollution, an overwhelming majority of which comes from land-based sources, is reaching alarming levels, with an average of 13,000 pieces of plastic litter to be found on every square kilometre of ocean.

The SDGs aim to sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems from pollution, as well as address the impacts of ocean acidification. Enhancing conservation and the sustainable use of ocean-based resources through international law will also help mitigate some of the challenges facing our oceans.

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Sustainable highlights on brand level

  • This indicates that the brand in a developed country operates with fair prices given to the producers of the product in developing countries.

  • This indicates that the brand has taken an active stand in relation to labour relations between workers and employers.

  • This indicates that the brand has actively sought out Fair Working Conditions for the producers of its product(s).

Product Lifecycle

Design

The Design Phase is a crucial part of determining a product’s sustainable capabilities. We’ve chosen to highlight a few genius steps that enable a sustainable product right from the beginning.

    Material & Material Extraction

    The materials used for a certain product and how these materials come to life are of crucial importance to the sustainable capabilities we seek in products.

      Transportation of Materials

      This step relates to the transportation of the raw materials from when they are first obtained (harvested etc.) to the production site. Obviously, the closer to the production site, the better.

        Production

        Obviously, the production of a certain product has an impact on the overall level of sustainability. Luckily, many manufacturers have now taken steps towards more sustainable production methods.

          Packaging

          How a brand chooses to package its products will have a significant influence of the carbon impact from packaging and transportation.

            Distribution

            This step relates to the distribution of products when they have been produced. Obviously, the closer to the brand’s warehouse, the better.

              Usage

              How you choose to use and take care of a product has a bigger impact than you think. Just think about how much longer a shirt lasts if it has been washed in the right way.

                End of life

                At this step, there is no way out and we have to find some way of discarding our product. How we discard a product will significantly influence the opportunity of reusing materials used.

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