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L'Occitane Recycling Program

Recycle your used L'Occitane en Provence® packaging

Recycle in partnership with L'Occitane

Since its creation in 1976, L'Occitane en Provence® has cultivated simple values: authenticity, respect and sensoriality. L'Occitane en Provence®, L'Occitane strives to limit the environmental impacts of every aspect of thieir work, from the creation of their formulas to the development of packaging, including production and distribution.

In order to continually reduce their environmental impact, they have partnered with TerraCycle to make their used products nationally recyclable.

Find your closest participating store and drop-off your used L'Occitane products during your next visit.

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Drop-off locations

Click on the map to view the public drop-off network. This map will display all locations for all waste streams.
Find nearest public location

This map is constantly being updated

How it works

Simply collect your used L'Occitane products and look up your closest L'Occitane en Provence participating store on the map above. Take your packaging in-store during your next visit to be recycled. We accept all empty L’OCCITANE products for recycling, including full-size and travel size containers.

Please note reward only applies to the return of full-sized items.

Rewards

Bring your empty L’Occitane packaging to your nearest L’Occitane boutique to receive a discount on your next purchase! 

Each empty full-sized product returned entitles you to a 10% discount on the purchase of one new product. (Discount applies to full price items only).

To complement its eco-friendly products, all of L’Occitane packaging is recyclable.  

Customers must be in the Passport to Provence loyalty program to be eligible for the discount.

Since its creation in 1976, L'Occitane en Provence cultivates simple values: authenticity, respect and sensoriality.