BeautySchool.com has turned over a new leaf – and this time, it’s all about going green. Since undergoing an extensive redesign earlier this year, the site has made a commitment to provide sound, useful information on "going green" and using eco-friendly beauty products.
The "Highlights" section of the site now offers resources and articles relating to green or eco-friendly beauty products. Material posted there promotes awareness and educates consumers and beauty professionals about green practices.
New articles are added to the site regularly. Topics in current articles range from reports on the harmful chemicals in commonly used beauty products to the difference between natural versus organic products. These insightful reports contain information to keep eco-conscious people – and those who want to be – aware of the choices that can be made to lessen the carbon footprint of the beauty industry.
The site encourages consumers and beauty professionals to help establish eco-friendly products and practices as the wave of the future. Some salons are already making the commitment to changing policies to include eco-friendly practices. The site touches on the topic of cosmetology schools and salons making the switch to greener pastures.
"It was our goal to have a site that would focus on green products and practices," said Lori Oswald, site manager for BeautySchool.com. "We understand that beauty doesn’t come in one box and one shape. That’s why we are dedicated to educating consumers and beauty professionals about going green and how it can not only be more safe for them but for the planet as well."
BeautySchool.com is actively invested in trying to empower consumers and beauty professionals through providing vital information on sound environmental practices in the beauty industry. For more information, visit www.BeautySchool.com.
BeautySchool.com is an established lead generation web site for prospective students seeking careers in the beauty and cosmetology industry. For more than 11 years, the site has been one of the preeminent beauty school search engines on the Internet, typically ranking as No. 1 or No. 2 among search results on the most prominent search engines for users seeking a cosmetology career.