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    Project Details: – StrategyR – A Trademark of Global Industry Analysts, Inc. – Project Edition: 8. – Influencer Pool: 1231. – MarketGlass™ Platform – Our influencer driven interactive research platform draws from unique perspectives of participating executives from featured companies. New York, March 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Xylitol in Personal Care and Cosmetics Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033325/?utm_source=GNW In addition to being a global intelligence exchange platform, MarketGlass™ is a powerful knowledge center that delivers dynamic project-focused market intelligence. Client companies will have complete insider access to the project Data stack. – Interactive peer-to-peer and enterprise-to-enterprise ideation and market intelligence exchange is facilitated via a robust, secure, and validated process. The process draws from uniquely qualified project-specific and geographically focused executives overseeing business development, marketing and sales operations. Trends & Factors – Identifying and validating local trends and factors driving...
    Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) reported that Willow, Jaden, Jada, and Will Smith are launching a line of personal care products called Hey Humans. The best part? The brand is 99-percent plastic-free, according to brand partner Maesa. Source: All Money MAFIA/YouTube Jada Pinkett Smith, Hey Humans’ creative director, and co-founder told WWD the brand aligns nicely with her love for products and the family’s sustainable focus. In 2012, Jaden Smith founded JUST Water, a sustainably sourced and packaged water company. He later founded 501CThree, a nonprofit that helps provide clean water to people in Flint, Michigan and other cities in the US. Willow Smith was also involved in the Global Climate Strike last year. “For me, personal care is a practice that represents self-love,” Pinkett Smith said. “The products I use, like many other consumers, are an expression of my personal-care routine. My kids have continuously educated me around...
    WASHINGTON (CBS SF / CNN) — President Joe Biden’s nominee for the nation’s top health position Xavier Becerra will stress his upbringing as a son of a Mexican immigrant, his father’s recent passing and his history expanding health care access during his time as a longtime congressman and California’s attorney general, in a pitch to senators at his confirmation hearing on Tuesday, according to his prepared opening statement first obtained by CNN. “I am here because my parents Manuel and Maria Teresa — who had only their health and hope when they settled in Sacramento — were tireless believers in earning the American Dream,” Becerra plans to say in his opening statement. He would be the first Latino HHS secretary and served as the first Latino California attorney general. READ MORE: Milpitas Man Gets Prison For Conspiring To Ship 500 Pounds Of Marijuana To Kansas City “We lost my dad last year on...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden's nominee for the nation's top health position Xavier Becerra will stress his upbringing as a son of a Mexican immigrant, his father's recent passing and his history expanding health care access during his time as a longtime congressman and California's attorney general, in a pitch to senators at his confirmation hearing on Tuesday, according to his prepared opening statement first obtained by CNN."I am here because my parents Manuel and Maria Teresa -- who had only their health and hope when they settled in Sacramento -- were tireless believers in earning the American Dream," Becerra plans to say in his opening statement. He would be the first Latino HHS secretary and served as the first Latino California attorney general."We lost my dad last year on New Year's Day. When the end came, my Dad knew we were there with him -- at his side, in our home....
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 9,605 new cases of Coronavirus and 230 additional deaths Wednesday. The statewide total number of cases has risen to 581,156 since Tuesday’s report, according to the state’s data. There are currently 6,151 people across the state hospitalized with COVID-19 infections. According to the Health Department, that’s double the peak in the spring. Of those hospitalized, 1,236 patients are in the ICU. The statewide death toll has risen to 14,442. There are 3,181,266 residents across the state who have tested negative for the virus to date. The state Health Department numbers show there have been 49,042 resident cases of COVID-19 in nursing and personal care homes across Pennsylvania. Among employees, there are 8,942 diagnosed cases. That brings the entire total to 57,984 cases at nursing or personal care facilities. Out of total deaths, 8,138 have occurred in...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is again encouraging citizens to create care packages for those experiencing homelessness, which will be handed out by the state patrol and others. On Thursday, the DPS announced they will again be providing “Care on the Go” packages filled with basic necessities, including toiletries and clothing items, for those who need it. They will be handed out by the state patrol, staff from other DPS divisions and local law enforcement agencies that participate. Along with DPS employee participation, the agency is asking the public to help by donating the following items to fill the packages: – White t-shirts (size large, or extra large) – White or black tube socks – Personal/travel size body wash, deodorant, and shampoo – Personal/travel size toothbrush and toothpaste – Personal/travel size wet wipes – Packs of 8 oz. (small) bottled water – Granola...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 10,170 new cases of Coronavirus and 169 additional deaths Tuesday. The statewide total number of cases has risen to 436,614 since Monday’s report, according to the state’s data. Currently, there are 5,421 people across the state hospitalized with COVID-19 infections, according to the Health Department. Of that number, 1,115 patients are being cared for in ICUs. The Health Department says the statewide percent positivity for the week of Nov. 27 through Dec. 3 stood at 14.4%. The statewide death toll has risen to 11,542. There are 2,959,724 patients across the state who have tested negative for the virus to date. The state Health Department numbers show there have been 40,541 resident cases of COVID-19 in nursing and personal care homes across Pennsylvania. Among employees, there are 7,447 diagnosed cases. That brings the entire total to 47,988...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff WESTMORELAND COUNTY (KDKA) – A “Wall Of Kindness” in Westmoreland County is helping children in need. 1,000 backpacks were filled with personal care items and school supplies, all to help homeless children throughout Pennsylvania. The work was done by the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit. According to the agency, they were supposed to assemble the backpacks at their statewide conference in May, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the conference was canceled. Next Wednesday, the backpacks will be delivered to children in need.
    Waiters Reveal 15 Best Ways To Dine Out on a Budget Gallery! Hot Rods and Modern Muscle Racing In The Rain! The Sustainable Shampoo and Conditioner Bar That Finally Convinced Me to Kick the Bottle Ever since zero waste influencer and Package Free Shop founder Lauren Singer changed my life by conducting a single-use plastic audit of my home, I've been completely taken with any and all plastic-free personal care products. We can't shop our way out of the climate crisis and therefore, we need to buy fewer things overall. Since I won't be giving up cleansing myself anytime soon, however, the prettily packaged, deliciously scented shampoo, conditioner, and face and body soap bars from the new sustainable personal care brand Peach bar soaps and shampoos caught my attention in a major way. The amount of care that's gone into every detail of the line is exactly what...
    Okay, admit it … you have no clue what happens when you pour things down the drain. The sink is like a magic receptacle that takes all the half used cologne you bought in high school, leftover toner you never use and whole myriad of other mystery liquids and simply washes them away. We will admit we’ve definitely partaken in unsupervised sink-dumping. After all, what are you supposed to do with all these unwanted items? But just because you can turn on the faucet and wash all remnants of said unwanted substance down the drain, doesn’t mean that it goes away. It really just goes somewhere else. And sadly, as with a lot of the waste we create, it’s likely that it will end up in streams, rivers, groundwater and eventually, the ocean. While your half of a bottle of old anti-frizz hairspray might not be the cause of major...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The MTA is expecting more riders Monday and they'll be monitoring trains as they try to maintain social distance for riders. Some 50,000 people are expected to return to the city during Phase 3 of reopening.New Jersey Transit is returning to its full weekday service on its rail lines.They're giving passengers more room as they work to abide by the 50% occupancy rules.New Jersey Transit is continuing to disinfect every car once every 24 hours and testing employees.In New York City, Phase 3 begins with tattoo and piercing parlors as well as massage parlors and nail, waxing, and tanning salons now able to open their doors.All of those personal care businesses are allowed to reopen at 50% capacity.Many now have social distancing markers along with new cleaning procedures.Customers will have to sign a waiver and wear a mask. NYC will enter Phase 3 of reopening...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — After a three-month shutdown during the COVID-19 outbreak, suburban Philadelphia is finally in the green phase. As of now, personal care businesses, like hair salons, are among those reopening at 50% capacity. Restaurants and bars can also open at limited capacity. EXCLUSIVE: Pennsylvania Secretary Of Health Says Masks Key To Safe Reopening As Philadelphia Region Turns Green In Philadelphia, businesses such as gyms and restaurants with indoor seating must wait until July 3 to reopen.
    AUDUBON, N.J. (CBS) – After three months, salons and other personal care businesses are reopening Monday in New Jersey. Barbershops, hair and nail salons, tattoo and massage parlors now have the green light to reopen in the Garden State. Download The New And Improved CBS Philly App! Gov. Phil Murphy says they have given businesses specific guidelines to maintain social distance. Customers can expect to see new safety measures in place, like mandatory masks and temperature checks. “We must be mindful that as we take each step down our road back, the risks increase for COVID-19 to spread if we do not take personal responsibility,” Murphy said. “Remember that notion, common sense for the common good. Not just for yourself or for your family but for the rest of us.” Philadelphia is expected to reach the same milestone and open similar businesses towards the end of this week.
    New Jersey's personal care businesses are going to look a whole lot different. Set to reopen after the COVID-19 shutdown June 22, the salons and parlors will be operating under a new set of standards, released in part by state officials Friday. The guidelines apply to beauty salons, barber shops, makeup shops, day and medical spas (not saunas, steam rooms or bathing facilities), electrology facilities, hair braiding shops, massage parlors, nail salons, tanning salons and tattoo parlors. The Division of consumer Affairs was expected to release an administrative order containing comprehensive standards and protocols that the businesses must abide by. Gov. Phil Murphy noted some of them on Friday:Services by appointment onlyPrescreening and temperature checks for staff and clientsClients and staff members must remain six feet apart unless separated by some sort of barrierEveryone must wear a face covering at all time unless a client is receiving a treatment that...
    New Jersey's personal care businesses are going to look a whole lot different. Set to reopen after the COVID-19 shutdown June 22, the salons and parlors will be operating under a new set of standards, released in part by state officials Friday. The guidelines apply to beauty salons, barber shops, makeup shops, day and medical spas (not saunas, steam rooms or bathing facilities), electrology facilities, hair braiding shops, massage parlors, nail salons, tanning salons and tattoo parlors. The Division of consumer Affairs was expected to release an administrative order containing comprehensive standards and protocols that the businesses must abide by.  Gov. Phil Murphy noted some of them on Friday:Services by appointment onlyPrescreening and temperature checks for staff and clientsClients and staff members must remain six feet apart unless separated by some sort of barrierEveryone must wear a face covering at all time unless a client is receiving a treatment that...
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