Plastic-free sanitary products

Plastic-free sanitary products

Superdrug is proud to announce that it has removed all plastic applicators from own brand tampons, and launched its first own brand range of organic menstrual products, Luna, to continue to offer customers more environmentally friendly alternatives.

With over 200,000 tonnes of sanitary product material believed to end up in UK landfill every year, Superdrug is the first health and beauty retailer to discontinue plastic applicators within its own brand sanitary products, which will save over 418kg of plastic each year.

*Photo Credit : Ella Daish – Environmental Activist

Live Chat with Experts

During the pandemic period, The Perfume Shop offers a live chat service to enable customers to talk to consultants from their home, providing personalised advice and recommendations in real time.

A.S. Watson-Owned Superdrug, Savers and The Perfume Shop Announce £40m Support Package For Employees To Battle Through Covid-19

logo TPS SD SV A.S. Watson Owned Superdrug, Savers and The Perfume Shop Announce £40m Support Package For Employees To Battle Through Covid 19

A.S. Watson Group has today announced an employee support package of £40M to help staff battle through COVID-19, covering its UK retail businesses Superdrug, Savers and The Perfume Shop.

Give a Smile!

Give a Smile!

Superdrug ran a donation drive in partnership with Listerine for a month. For every product sold, 10 pence donation is made to Operation Smile. At the same time, Listerine products were sold at a discount to further drive sales. By the end of the campaign period, GBP10,000 was raised for this very meaningful cause!

Modern Slavery Awareness Training

Modern Slavery Awareness Training

Working in partnership with the Mekong Club, an independent NGO, A.S. Watson Health and Beauty UK has developed online training modules to raise awareness of modern slavery to all levels of staff in the UK.

A mandatory Modern Slavery eLearning Module was launched in September to all colleagues at Superdrug, Savers and The Perfume Shop. A secondary mandatory module was also launched for colleagues who are directly involved in procurement, since they are the people who would most likely come across situations involving potential modern slavery.