APR 2019

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48 @dayspamagazine • April 2019 Moisturizer with kale, spinach and green tea. Coconut cleansing oil. Lipstick infused with avocado. Take a look at beauty products these days—whether on drug store shelves or in the backbar of your spa—and you'll fi nd natural and organic ingredients in spades. According to a recent report by Transparency Market Research, the organic segment is dominating the skincare market thanks to rising consumer awareness regarding the side effects of synthetic personal care products. And Grand View Research has predicted that the global organic beauty market is likely to reach almost $16 billion by 2020 as consumers continue to seek out clean label skin care and makeup. Even big-box stores are listening to this call for chemical-free products: CVS recently promised to remove phthalates and parabens from approximately 600 of its in-house brands, and Target announced plans to expand its natural beauty offerings due to a big boost in sales last year. Clean skin care is in higher demand than ever before. Here's why—and what it means for your spa. by MEGHAN RABBITT NATURAL SELECTION © GETTY IMAGES

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