Packaging Made From Soap Drastically Reduces Waste

Brands and consumers are becoming more thoughtful when it comes to biodegradable and eco-friendly packaging, but Central Saint Martins student Mi Zhou has taken it to another level for her project Soapack. While a single person goes through some 800 plastic shampoo bottles in their life, Zhou’s glorious vessels (conceived to contain shampoos, cleansers, et al) are actually made from soaps themselves. That means the packaging can be used as soap, and disintegrates entirely, drastically reducing waste. With designs reminiscent of antique perfume bottles, and delightful colorways, they are design objects too—while they last. Read more at Zhou’s site.