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Sustainability in the Salon: More Important Than Ever

The demand for beauty products that are clean, ethically sourced and sustainable has not slowed during our current COVID-19 global crisis. If anything, the need to operate a sustainable business translates into being a more resilient business.  

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Salon Pros Can Be Both Eco-Friendly and Hyper-Creative Without Compromise

Going ‘green’ shouldn’t sacrifice quality, and the professional beauty industry should have more options to be sustainably beautiful.

Aveda Activates 3.6 Acre Solar Array at Minnesota Headquarters

New solar array will provide 50% of manufacturing facility’s annual demand and will offset more than 1,100 metric tons of CO2 per year.

Newly-Launched Beauty Brand Is Ditching Plastic for Paper-Based Packaging

OuiFills won't end up in the land fill. Meet this ingenious solution to plastic waste.

The Sustainable Future of Beauty: Cosmoprof North America and Fashion Institute of Technology Host Panel Discussion with Industry Experts

CPNA partnered with FIT's Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management Master's Degree program to host a panel discussion on the topic of sustainability in beauty packaging.

Hilaria Baldwin Unveils Aveda Sustainability Installation in NYC

On Tuesday, April 2, in line with the beginning of Earth Month, Environmental Advocate and Wellness Expert Hilaria Baldwin teamed up with Aveda to unveil an art installation made from 100% recycled materials at FIT in New York City.

Ecoheads Campaigns to Protect World's Smallest (and Cutest) Penguins

When colorists purchase The Ping color mixer in February, Ecoheads matches them up with an adopted penguin, helping promote conservation of one of the smallest members of the penguin family.

ColorProof Hosts a Beach Cleanup to Celebrate One Year of Incorporating Ocean Plastics as Part of its Packaging

To celebrate one year of incorporating ocean-plastics as part of its packaging, ColorProof Color Care Authority hosted a beach cleanup to remove waste that could potentially enter our oceans. Headquartered in Southern California, the ColorProof team set off to their local shoreline equipped with garbage bags and trash pickers. In just a few hours, the team picked up more than 150 pounds of trash.

Being a Hairstylist and Coping With Invisible Illness

A campaign between Instagram star-stylist Ash Fortis and ECOHEADS during Invisible Illness Week in October revealed an industry fully aware of, and trying to cope with, the agony of invisible illnesses.

Kevin Murphy Will Create Packaging with 100% Recycled Ocean Plastics by Next Year

The brand will reinvent its signature packaging with recycled materials starting in 2019 in an effort to eliminate plastic waste in the oceans.