Natural Baby-Care Marketers Enjoy A Growing Following: Families
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
In a climate of growing concern around personal-care chemicals, led by reports from activist groups like the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, moms are on their guard. Natural and organic products tailored to infants’ needs carry a calming, soothing message that can endear brands to entire families.
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