Deux Mains, a sustainable brand that focuses on creating positive change in the world, has received a “Good” rating in our “Planet” category. This rating evaluates brands based on their environmental policies throughout their supply chains. Deux Mains uses lower-impact materials, including recycled materials, to reduce their carbon emissions and limit their wastewater. Additionally, they have implemented renewable energy sources in their supply chain to further reduce their climate impacts.
While Deux Mains has taken steps to minimize waste and use sustainable resources, there is no evidence that they have implemented packaging strategies to reduce plastic waste. Packaging is a significant driver of plastic pollution, and it is crucial for brands to take action in this area to further improve their environmental impact.
In our “People” category, which focuses on workers’ rights, Deux Mains has received a “Good” rating. The brand is dedicated to improving social conditions in Haiti, where their products are made. They also trace most of their supply chain, ensuring transparency and accountability. However, it is unclear if Deux Mains ensures that workers are paid living wages in their supply chain. This is an important aspect of workers’ rights and should be further addressed by the brand.
Our “Animals” rating evaluates brands on their animal welfare policies and the traceability of animal-derived products. Deux Mains has received an “It’s a Start” rating in this category. While there is no evidence of an animal welfare policy, Deux Mains does use some recycled leather in their leather products. The brand does not appear to use materials such as wool, down, fur, angora, exotic animal skin, or exotic animal hair. However, there is a need for further information and transparency regarding their animal-derived materials.
Based on all publicly available information, Deux Mains has received an overall rating of “Good”. The brand has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability through their use of lower-impact materials, renewable energy sources, and efforts to improve social conditions in Haiti. However, there are areas where further improvements can be made, such as implementing packaging strategies to reduce plastic waste and ensuring workers are paid living wages.