The clinical research company and its consumer products brand are moving bacteria forward, launching new product and advancing research that could change skin care forever.
This week the cosmetics company filed documents with the Washington State government and issued a statement, making it clear that production of the company’s face and body cleaning devices will look quite different in the future.
In June, the beauty company opened new offices in New York City, just two avenues away from the Hudson River. Now the company has partnered with a local nonprofit to install new lighting in Hudson River Park.
An EU court has ruled there are to be no exceptions in the region’s ban on cosmetics products that are tested on animals.