Biolage Breaks Barries of Sustainbale Beauty

L’Oréal’s Biolage R.A.W. Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner have gained Cradle to Cradle Silver based certification, paving a new path for sustainable beauty. The Cradle to Cradle certification is based on an evaluation of the products’ material health, material reutilization, renewable energy, carbon management, water stewardship, and social fairness. The idea behind Cradle to Cradle Certified Products Program is to recognize and verify products and material … Continue reading Biolage Breaks Barries of Sustainbale Beauty

World’s Largest Brands Unite to End Steretoypes

The power is beauty is evident once again through the coming together of the world’s biggest corporations to launch Unstereotype Alliance. The Unstereotype Alliance is a new global movement to end the stereotypical portrayals of gender in advertising. The alliance marks the uniting of organizations such as Unilever, P&G, J&J, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Mars, Cannes Lions, WPP, and UN Women. Launched at the Cannes Lions … Continue reading World’s Largest Brands Unite to End Steretoypes

Skin-care Research Gets Wet

A new study by Dr Guy German of Binghamton University has found that the wettability of the top layer of the skin can be altered through treatment. Wettability of skin refers to the texture of the probability by which the outermost tissue layer of the skin can influence the spread of chemicals and microorganisms. Guy German research demonstrates that the wettability of the skin can, … Continue reading Skin-care Research Gets Wet