Sustainability continues to be at the forefront of ANGAN’s mission - from the packaging to our ingredients and now, the latest addition at our headquarters in Kópavogur, Iceland, The ANGAN Refill Studio.

We opened its doors in fall 2023 so brand loyalists and green enthusiasts could sustainably refill all the brand’s high performance eco-chic products.  We also wanted to create a destination where customers could access complimentary skincare consultation with an ANGAN Skincare Expert and shop best-sellers while refilling their ANGAN Empties.

This new initiative is an important step on our sustainability journey.  We are constantly working to seek out the best solutions to reduce our carbon footprint and act as a responsible citizen to our Mother Earth through all brand facets – our ingredients, production and our packaging. Now we are one step closer to eliminating excess waste with our new Refill Studio.

Our brand  ethos is steeped in the natural Icelandic approach, which means sustainability will always be a pillar of who we are.  We strive to make our packaging as green as possible. While certain componentry might not be 100% recyclable, such as the pumps and bottle droppers, we suggest reusing the pump or dropper in a different way as a no-waste alternative. 

The ANGAN signature green glass bottles take on the persona of “ANGAN Empties” when brought back to life in the Refill Studio. And let’s not overlook that our outer packaging is made from a recyclable and sustainable carton that is printed using vegetable ink and is FCR Certified. 

At the end of the day, you can be certain that each product embodies the ANGAN promise:  all formulations are done in small batches using only the purest, sustainably sourced ingredients for your skin. All are certified organic, plant based, cruelty free and vegan.  

With the ANGAN Refill Studio, refillable beauty has never been easier.  Book your refill reservation at and we look forward to welcoming you soon.  Book your visit here 



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