Beauty firms are moving toward eco-conscious production and shrinking their carbon footprint with wind and solar energy.
Credit Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth or a vocal cast of high-profile greenies. Regardless of the source, the beauty industry has begun to heed the call of environmentalism. For beauty firms, many of which rely on botanicals as a main ingredient source, an obvious place to start is the large manufacturing plants that churn out their myriad creams and cosmetics.
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