Sustainability

At BON. Pleasure, we believe that pleasure and sustainability should go hand in hand. We understand that the sex toy industry has a long way to go when it comes to prioritizing sustainability and reducing its environmental impact. But, we're determined to be part of the solution, not the problem. That's why we've taken a holistic approach to sustainability in every aspect of our business, from the materials we use to the way we deliver our products.

One of the biggest problems with many sex toys is that they're made from cheap, toxic materials that can be harmful to both our health and the planet. That's why we've made a conscious effort to use only premium quality, eco-friendly materials in all of our products. Our pleasure products are constructed from FDA-Grade Liquid Silicone, which is non-toxic and hypoallergenic, making it safe for your body and the planet. Plus, we use rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that are more sustainable and long-lasting than disposable batteries, which often end up in landfills.

We also know that packaging is a significant source of waste in the sex toy industry. That's why we've made a commitment to use recyclable, plastic-free packaging for all of our products. Our parcels are discreetly packaged in plain outer layers, which can be recycled after use. Additionally, all of our packaging is sourced from recycled materials to minimize our environmental impact even further.

At BON. Pleasure, we're proud to be a 100% carbon-neutral operation. We recognize that our business operations have a carbon footprint, so we work with environmental consultants to track and audit our carbon emissions from start to finish. Every bit of carbon that's emitted during our manufacturing process and delivery is fully offset to ensure that we're not leaving a negative impact on the environment. We're committed to reducing our carbon footprint even further in the future.

Finally, we understand the importance of ethical manufacturing practices in the sex industry. We're aware that there are risks of modern slavery and unethical labor practices in all tiers of our supply chain. That's why we've taken stringent measures to ensure that our direct suppliers and their suppliers adhere to ethical labor practices. We believe that it's our responsibility to ensure that our products are made in a way that's both sustainable and ethical.