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Skin Care Industry Gives Back—November 2013

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Michael Q. Pugliese

Michael Q. Pugliese, CEO of Circadia by Dr. Pugliese poses with two other attendees at the Pretty and Paws event.

Circadia by Dr. Pugliese recently donated a basket of products to the first annual Pretty and Paws event, helping to raise more than $5,000 for the Animal Rescue League of Berks County in conjunction with the Bell Tower Salon, Medi-Spa and Store in Wyomissing, PA. 800-630-4710,

The South Shore Skin Center, with locations in Cohasset and Plymouth, MA, donated $3,000 to The One Fund Boston, Inc. in an effort to support the people most affected by the tragic events at the Boston Marathon. The money was raised from a percentage of the profits from retail products sold and cosmetic treatments. 508-747-0711,

In August, Éminence Organic Skin Care celebrated the milestone of planting one million trees for its ongoing Forests for the Future initiative, in which the company plants a tree for every retail product sold. To commemorate the occasion, Éminence team members joined company president and founder, Boldijarre Koronczay, to invite people in Robsen Square in downtown Vancouver to give hugs for trees, resulting in 500 more trees being planted. The company also recently held its Annual Business Conference, welcoming hundreds of employees to discuss ideas and share knowledge. 888-747-6342,

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