We are an environmentally responsible body care and lifestyle brand with home compostable and biodegradable packaging. We aim to challenge the norm, providing effective natural solutions for everyday products that are good for you, and good for the earth.
Biode was unanimously selected by judges as the winner of the BEAUTY category. These visionary awards celebrate the entrepreneurs, change-makers, cultural influencers, thought leaders and industry disruptors who are lighting the spark of innovation, heralding social and environmental betterment and changing the Australian creative and business landscape for good.
Please keep an eye out for some of the incredible new initiatives Biode are launching as well as the introduction of a new product in March that will change the way you think about being outside!
We recognise that the war on waste will not improve until we become autonomously responsible for our individual impact on this earth. The global beauty industry created 120 billion units of packaging 2018 alone, much of which was single-use plastic. That's a LOT of non-biodegradable material being added to landfills.
All of our products are designed to return to the earth with as little or no impact on our planet as possible. We believe less is more so we have designed high quality body care products for your every day needs.
Home composting is gaining more and more acknowledgment as both an easy and meaningful step towards waste reduction. According to International Compost Awareness Week Australia approximately 50% of the rubbish Australians put in the everyday mixed-waste ‘garbage bin’ could be put to better use in the garden as compost and mulch or could be returned to agricultural land to improve soil quality.
Ever heard of the saying ‘it’s the little things that count?.’ Well that’s because they absolutely do! Change can be quite daunting especially when we start to consider all of the changes we need to make to save our planet. All of a sudden that overwhelming feeling starts to creep back in. Many people question where do we even start?