We want to inspire people to travel sustainably and stylishly. The Karry is there for you for all your holidays, getaways or even at home so you don’t have to compromise on your skincare routine. Each of our products is easy to use, light to carry and maintains that luxury feel.
We believe that every woman should be able to look good no matter where she goes, but we also believe that you shouldn't have to compromise on sustainability or luxury when doing so. That's why we created this product—to give women everywhere access to beautiful travel essentials without sacrificing anything else
Our TSA-compliant Karryables pass the restrictions at the airport and save you spending more on new products for travel. Our gorgeous glass bottles and jars and leather wallets are leak-proof, save space, and they’ll prevent your original packaging from being broken or damaged. Our designs mean you can easily see what you’ve packed and how much you have left, so you don’t need to let months of progress for your skin go to waste.
Reducing plastic use and wastage is high on our agenda for creating a better world — 8 million tonnes of plastic enter our oceans every year*. At The Karry, we want to remove the need for single-use plastics and we’re environmentally conscious when it comes to choosing which reusable and recyclable materials to use.
We’re always looking at ways to improve our production and remain transparent. At the moment, our products are 70% recyclable. Our glass bottles, droppers and jars, and stainless-steel spatula and brush handles are all recyclable.
The wallet pouches are made with sustainably-sourced leather and biodegradable clear thermoplastic polyurethane. As well as this, we’ve chosen recyclable aluminium for the bottle caps and the funnel. The remaining 30% that we're working on is for additional components, such as the dropper bottle rubber tips and jar inserts and lids. While these aren’t single-use plastics, we’re still looking to find recyclable alternatives so we can aim to make everything 100% recyclable in the near future.
*Plastic Pollution. Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser. https://ourworldindata.org/plastic-pollution