Personal Collection Direct Selling Inc., a 100% Filipino-owned firm, has released its main products, Tuff TBC (Toilet Bowl Cleanser) and Sof & Mmmmm concentrated fabric conditioner, in biodegradable packaging.
The company’s dedication to environmental conservation, announced in June, is reflected in the move to biodegradable packaging, which represents the company’s fundamental principles Malasakit and environmental responsibility. It’s also based on the company’s core objective of giving every Filipino the Great Life.
The new packaging should dissolve in landfills in five to ten years, which is 100 times faster than a conventional plastic bottle, which can take up to 1,000 years to decompose. Aside from its potential to be reused and recycled numerous times in different ways, it also does not affect the shelf-life qualities of the items. It also contributes to the production of biogas, a renewable energy source that may be utilized to power automobiles, houses, and companies.
Tuff TBC, Personal Collection’s first product, contains a hospital-grade Killer Virex formula that has been tested and proven to kill 99.999 percent of disease-causing germs, bacteria, and the Murine Norovirus, ensuring your family’s health and safety at home, in offices, malls, and other public places.
Sof & Mmmmm from Personal Collection is a concentrated fabric conditioner created with Perfumed Micro Crystals that stay in the fabric and gently release the embedded scent throughout the day, removing odor-causing substances including “amoy pawis, amoy araw, and amoy kulob.”
Fibersoft protects textiles from stretching, fading, and wrinkling, and it comes in four different colors: All-Day Radiance features Opticlite Plus Technology that protects and restores different types of textiles, Eternity has a luxury scent that lasts up to 30 days, and Evermore has a compelling premium vanilla aroma that lasts up to two weeks.
PC Appre-sea-tion Day is another part of the company’s awareness campaign, which supports the well-being and preservation of marine life in the Philippine seas. Personal Collection is leading a national movement to reduce, if not eliminate, throwaway plastic goods from our seas, which are outpacing the world’s ability to deal with them, notably in Asia and Africa. The campaign addresses the risks of plastic trash, particularly to marine life, as well as how to solve it by switching to sustainable goods and educating the general public on the proper garbage disposal to ensure proper end-of-life for waste in landfills.
Heading 2: A local company, Personal Collection, employs ecologically friendly packaging.