Skin care agencies adopt the locavore technique, producing products with a durable construction space.
As chefs grow increasingly aware of where their food comes from, beauty brands are increasingly asking questions about what goes into their products or growing their own. Bottega Organica produces its own olive oil, sage and rose in New York, Liguria, Columbia County, and Manila. A circle of estate run by relatives. Juliusis combines liquid precious metals with medicinal herbs grown in the biodynamic pasture of one hundred and twenty years closer to the Italian Alps. Cult favorite Tata Harper grows flora and herbs for extensive skin care and cosmetics on its products in Vermont. For Guerlain, the unique honey produced by the black bees in Brittany, France, has contributed to the growing anti-Abile Royal collection and local beekeeping. Sustainable beauty, indeed.