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By Imogen Matthews
Ingredient lists and labels are facing more and more scrutiny as consumers, unwilling to accept cosmetics and toiletries at face value, seek purer, more natural alternative formulations, leading to significant growth in alternative ingredients in new launches.
A new survey on health and wellness trends released by the Natural Marketing Institute shows more consumers are incorporating organic products into their lives, indicating a growing consumer desire for those types of products.
Organic Monitor is predicting 2008 to be defining year in the adoption of natural and organic standards in the skin care industry, possibly affecting a range of products and treatment options.
By Barbara Howard
Make plans to market your eco-friendly and sustainable choices in order to broaden your spa's appeal.
Scientists have reported that sunscreen may be to blame for dying coral reefs.
By Rachel Chapman
In the consumer’s world, natural means safer, greener, better for the environment, etc. And although this belief may not entirely be grounded in reality, the fact remains that products labeled as natural have been the force behind a major trend in cosmetics and personal care for years.
Read more questions and answers from the panel featured in this month’s article The Green Report.
Learn what’s behind the development of the industry’s LOHAS movement, as well as the history of the push for sustainability and wellness.
By Abby Penning
An environmentally conscious approach is more than just being good to the earth, it’s smart business.
By Jeff Falk
Beauty industry bigwigs discuss the greening revolution.