Sustainability in Professional Beauty: How Salons and Spas Are Going Green

Sustainability in Professional Beauty: How Salons and Spas Are Going Green

Salons and spas, in an effort to become more eco-conscious and offset their emissions, are partnering with companies that offer salon recycling solutions — and are recovering nearly 100% of their beauty waste in the process. With the salon industry churning out roughly 421,000 pounds of waste per day, we’re not just talking about a few empty shampoo bottles. 

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Jansan trends in education

Jansan Trends in the Education Segment: 2017 Data

The education segment is not the largest in the jansan market, but is expected to grow due to increased penetration of contract cleaners at schools that were primarily self-maintained in the past. To identify the key purchase factors in K-12 education, Kline has conducted a survey among jansan professionals serving this segment.

Product attributes

Child and worker safety is a cornerstone of the schools purchasing decisions when choosing a cleaning chemical brand. Several manufacturers have stated that their green products are in most demand in schools. The findings from our recent surveys are unexpected.Continue reading

At $29+ Billion, the Global Natural Personal Care Market is Naturally Strong

At $29+ Billion, the Global Natural Personal Care Market is Naturally Strong

Despite variable economic conditions, the natural personal care market continues to see strong growth, posting a healthy 10.6% increase globally to reach USD 29.5 billion at the manufacturers’ level in 2013. Brazil and particularly China are the fastest-growing natural personal care markets, with sales in China increasing nearly 24% in 2013 and slowly challenging the United States’ global market share.

Growth within mature markets, driven by the large number of brands present in the regions competing on products, price, and product efficacy, remains impressive as exemplified by a 7% increase in the United States and 6% in Europe.Continue reading