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Beauty and Wellness Briefing: Pioneers in organic and clean beauty are seeing the fruits of their labor

“That rigorous standardization is something that has always been a part of our DNA, and I won’t compromise on it, especially until greenwashing is no longer prevalent and organic in beauty is compulsory,” said Sarah Brown, Pai founder.

However in 2019, organic and clean beauty brands alike are realizing that their work behind-the-scenes, when shared publicly, has a positive impact on their bottom line.

Since its Sephora Europe March launch, when Pai nearly doubled its retail door footprint to about 1,000 stores globally, the skin-care brand has been performing well above expectations. It is over 150% past its initial sales projections in Sephora Europe and is on track to hit $10 million in yearly revenue for 2019. This will be a 50% year-over-year revenue increase, while 2018 saw about 30% sales growth. Pai is also set to debut in Sephora Asia online in September and hopes Sephora U.S. will be next.

“Our organic promise and certification is something we haven’t been as outspoken about, as we’ve led with being a brand for sensitive skin, but we probably should be yelling it from the rooftops more,” said Brown. “Communicating the virtues of the brand is definitely having an effect on sales performance.”

What is a good natural skin care brand for oily skin?

i'm looking for a skin care brand that uses natural ingredients or at least uses less chemicals than most normal skin care products and that is also good for people with really oily skin?

I live in the UK so brands that are in the UK or

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UK available products: Recommendation for a good alcohol-free, oil-free, natural toner?

I have combination skin which is prone to regular breakouts. Due to that fact I was advised to use a good alcohol-free, oil-free, natural toner but I don't really know which products fall in this category. Is toning really that important after cleansing?

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