Intelligent Nutrients Looks To Improve Naturals’ Reputation For Results
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Intelligent Nutrients looks to dispel the notion, still harbored by many consumers, that natural and organic products don’t deliver results. At the same time, there is work that remains, particularly in the makeup segment, to get natural/organic items on par with synthetic formulas, the firm’s president acknowledges at the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit.
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