World Bamboo Day is observed globally on 18 September every year, honestly. This day is celebrated to raise awareness of the benefits of bamboo and to promote its use in everyday products.
Bamboo is a crucial element in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. A grove of bamboo release 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees. Because of this, planting bamboo is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and help fight global warming.In fact it is the fastest growing plant on this planet.
Bamboo is a viable replacement for wood. It can be harvest in 3-5 years versus 10-20 for most softwoods. It is one of the strongest building materials, stronger than steel.
A celebration of nature. KENZO HOMME Eau de Toilette Intense reinvents the codes of perfumery to further delve in the naturalness of a world of increasingly sustainable beauty.
The KENZO HOMME Eau de Toilette Intense bottle: Contains 10% recycled glass. Reduced weight of glass by 23% to offer 10 ml of additional fragrance in the 100ml bottle. The design of its cap has been developed to save 34% of plastic
The fragrance is wrapped in untreated kraft cardboard and a pack made of responsibly sourced paper with FSC® certification (Forest Stewardship Council®), printed with bio-sourced inks.
The fragrance itself is an intense signature, with a uniquely fresh and sensual aura. It’s top notes are of Pink Pepper & Calypsone HEART: Vetiver & Fig trees and a base of Sandalwood & Akigalawood.
Kenzo Parfums’ have partnered with Bamboo-U, a unique design initiative spearheaded by Orin Hardy that trains a new generation of designers, architects and engineers to responsibly connect with nature through an intensive course.