HOPAL

WORKS TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

Hopal is a collection of sustainable skin and body care products where we contrast the pureness of white tubes and metallic colour designs with ecological Nordic Ecolabel certified cosmetics and recycled paper packaging. You are a consumer that contributes to a more sustainable environment. Be among the millions of people who daily make more climate friendly choices.

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Hopal mission is to contribute to a sustainable consumption. By choosing products and services that are Nordic Ecolabel certified, consumers can actively contribute to the ultimate goal of achieving a sustainable society. Nordic Ecolabel is a European colabelling scheme that evaluates a product’s impact on the environment throughout the whole life cycle.

Every day Hopal helps the sustainable society!

The innovative one-piece tubE

technology supports sustainability

it's made of a single material. It has been studied for a higher efficiency during production than a traditional tube, and for easy disposal after its use.

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The innovative one piece tubE

technology supports sustainability

One piece tube, an innovative cosmetic tube with a new opening system: breaking and screwing to close.
How to use:
1. Screw the cap to open
2. Invert cap to re-seal
3. That’s it!
The opening like a single-use seal!

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HOPAL,THE HISTORY OF NAMING

FROM THE NATURAL WORLD

The name Hopal is inspired by the brilliant look of the opal stone. The internal structure of the opal makes it diffract light; depending on the conditions in which it is formed, it can take on many colours. Opals come in a wide range of colours, from transparent to white, with many shades and flashes its radiance with even the slightest movement.

The word opal is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit upala, meaning “precious stone,” and later the Greek derivative “Opallios,” meaning “to see a change of colour.”
Our range is inspired by this beautiful stone, and to make it our own, we added an “h” as we all HOPE for a more ecological future for the next generations

 

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