Theonlyskincare discusses packaging for shipments
Owner and founder of theonlyskincare Rory McGowan talks about overpackaging of items we have shipped to us. Overpackaging shipments is the practice of using excessive or unnecessary packaging materials when shipping goods. This can include using oversized boxes, too much packing material such as bubble wrap or Styrofoam, or using multiple layers of packaging when unnecessary. Overpackaging shipments can have negative environmental impacts, as it can increase waste and contribute to the depletion of natural resources. Additionally, overpackaging can lead to higher shipping costs and may be viewed negatively by customers concerned about environmental sustainability. To reduce overpackaging, individuals and businesses can consider using appropriate-sized boxes and packaging materials that are recyclable or made from sustainable materials. They can also explore alternative shipping methods such as using reusable containers or partnering with companies that have environmentally-friendly packaging practices.