Tom’s Of Maine Highlights Deodorant Ingredients In 2014 Goodness Report
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Colgate-Palmolive subsidiary will shift to using 100% petroleum-free propylene glycol in its deodorants, according to the company’s latest Goodness Report, which outlines its sustainable business progress and goals going forward. Tom’s also points to its Naturally Dry antiperspirant as an example of sustainable innovation and reveals it is looking into biopackaging based on Maine’s leading agricultural commodity.
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