Our Impact

For us, sustainability isn’t an afterthought. It’s part of our nature. From plant to bottle, every element of Luna & Solis is sourced responsibly with the planet in mind. We never test on animals.

Suppliers & Ingredients

At Luna & Solis, we take being planet-positive seriously. That's why we only partner with suppliers that share our ethos and offer innovative solutions to reduce our environmental footprint.

Our Omega 3 derived from algae compared to traditional fish oil supplements. This method reduces the need to overfish and create unnecessary ocean pollution.

Our Vitamin D3 is responsibly sourced from algal origin, making it a vegan-friendly alternative to traditional lanolin derived from sheep's wool oil.

Our K2 supplier has a climate-positive workforce and is always challenging themselves to find greener, more responsible ways of working. Like planting thousands of new trees, funding meaningful climate solutions or switching to 98% renewable energy.

The algae for our plant-based Omega 3 is grown via fermentation in facilities with carbon capture and waste stream recycling biofuel programs.

100% vegan Responsibly sourced packaging Cruelty free
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Our Packaging

We're committed to a climate positive future and we want you to be a part of it. Here's how you can responsibly recycle and dispose of our products:

Mailer Boxes

Our cardboard mailer boxes are FSC certified which means that it has been sourced from responsibly managed forests, meeting the standards set by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) for environmental and social sustainability.

You can reuse the box or place it directly into your paper and cardboard recycling bin.


The sticker are fully recyclable and can be placed directly into your paper and cardboard recycling bin.

Packing Chips

Our packing peanuts are 100% compostable and biodegradable made from plant-based starch.

They can be repeatedly reused or effortlessly recycled and composted without harming the environment or contributing to ocean pollution.

They also dissolve in water as their organic compounds gradually break down. You can run them under the tap and watch them dissolve completely in just a matter of seconds.

Glass Bottles

  • Made from 7-20% recycled materials. Glass is infinitely recyclable.
  • Note: The organic paint on our bottles is recyclable and does not affect the recycling process.
  • How to Recycle: Rinse the bottle and place it in your glass recycling bin.

Mailer Bag

  • Compostable mailer will biodegrade in a home compost bin or under industrial composting conditions
  • Partly made from corn starch
  • Carbon negative: By using these mailer bags, we’ll be contributing to mangrove estuary regeneration in Madagascar and helping to draw CO2 out of the atmosphere.
  • Please note: the adhesive strip backings are not compostable so please dispose of these with regular plastics.


The pipettes consist of three components. To recycle them effectively, please disassemble and recycle each part separately:

Holecap Material: PP (Polypropylene)

Recycling Code: 5
How to Recycle: Place in your plastic recycling bin that accepts code 5 plastics.

Bulb Material: TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer)
Recycling Code: 7
How to Recycle: Check with local recycling facilities for drop-off locations that accept code 7 plastics.

Pipette Material: Glass
Recycling Code: 70
How to Recycle: After using the product, rinse the pipette thoroughly with water to remove any residue. Place the cleaned pipette in your glass recycling bin.

Supporting the health of the planet


Outside of our own sustainable sourcing, shipping and product development, we’ve partnered with like minded corporations to become a Climate Positive Workforce.

This means that we offset the carbon footprint of every team member in their personal and professional lives. As well as this, we donate to climate change solutions through Ecologi’s sustainable business programme.

We’re all for planting trees to help combat climate change however, we wanted to go further.

Carbon Kapture
We have partnered with Carbon Kapture, a UK start-up focused on trapping and locking away carbon through a global network of seaweed farms. The ropes we sponsor will be planted, harvested and turned into a stable form of carbon called biochar. The biochar is then given to local farmers to plough into their fields which helps the soil retain more nutrients, giving us better produce all round.