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Both companies made charitable efforts recently.
The organic skin care brand, which sells professional and retail products, expects to plant the equivalent of more than 1,000 football fields of trees over the course of a year.
A report from Kline & Company notes that many beauty companies are reducing and shifting marketing expenditures as materials costs continue and green efforts remain a consumer focus.
Green Seal Inc. has created GS-50, reportedly the first U.S. certification standard for cosmetic and personal care products that covers the whole product life cycle.
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Only on SkinInc.com: Marilyn Patterson of Natural Cosmetic Solutions's explains how spas can choose the right natural or organic product line for their clients.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's proposed updates "will help businesses better align their product claims with consumer expectations.”
Because of the span of green awareness among the population, multigenerational marketing may be the answer for your spa.
The University of California, Irvine, is offering a new online course titled "Fundamentals of Green Spas, Hotels and Resorts."
The NMI releases information on the greenest states in the Union. If your spa is in one of them, it may be time to consider more green offerings.