52 Weeks of Global Meditations with World Leaders, Teachers and Influencers

Gary Douglas, Co-Founder of Access Consciousness

Tune in Mondays at 12pm PT to Awake TV Network

Join Co-Founder of Access Consciousness, Gary Douglas, Monday at 12:00pm PT on Awake TV Network for this week's global meditation.

When I read Gregg Braden's book Divine Matrix, he talked about how the square root of 1% of the population all meditating together can change the consciousness of the world. I thought, we can do this!”

— Jennifer K. Hill-Coalition Member

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, April 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, world leaders have joined together to form the Coalition for Global Unity. This coalition is comprised of over twenty-five teachers, leaders and influencers from around the world who will be offering free weekly meditations every Monday at 12pm PT on Awake TV Network for 52 weeks.

This Monday (05/04/2020), Co-Founder of Access Consciousness, Gary Douglas, will be facilitating the meditation experience at 12pm PT (3pm ET). The full calendar of upcoming coalition members who are teaching can be found at our Coalition for Global Unity website, though some schedules are still being finalized.

Other upcoming teachers include Co-Founder of Access Consciousness, Dr. Dain Heer, Suzi Lula Spiritual Therapist, Arthur Joseph from Vocal Awareness, Coach Keren Eldad, Teresa Collins from Global Coherence Pulse, Alison Serour from the Kabbalah Center, Kimberly Gamble of Thrive, Marshall Lefferts author of Cosmometry, Nina Irani from MediaWorks, Sainte Grace, Joy Kingsborough, and many others.

Recent meditation experiences from teachers such as Rollin McCraty (Director of Research at the HeartMath Institute), Alexa Fischer (Founder of Wishbeads), Amanda Masters (Co-Founder of Awake TV Network), and Sister Jenna (AmericaMeditating.org) can be found for free on the Coalition 4 Global Unity link on Awake TV Network.

All meditations can be streamed live at 12pm PT each week.

The Coalition still has several open meditation slots available through the end of the year and welcomes other teachers, leaders and influencers to join us.

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Reinventing the dream of fashion during Covid-19 with InStyleKid Founder, Eugen Chakhnovitch

InStyleKid Founder Eugen Chakhnovitch plays a leading role in the current evolution of fashion, necessitated by the changing reality caused by coronavirus.

DüSSELDORF, GERMANY, April 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Keeping the dream of fashion alive in recent months presented a challenge that required a fresh approach. Eugen Chakhnovitch was up for the challenge and quickly helped to re-invent industry norms to help ensure continuity for all stakeholders. Chakhnovitch currently manages 6 of the worlds’ most beautiful children including Bella Alexandras, Anna Pavaga, Milana Mos and little supermodel Alina Yakupova with their Fashion Careers. An example of a notable recent achievement is the fact that he recently secured Anna Pavaga as the face of French Fashion House Chloe for their kids collection and Bella Alexandras for DKNY kids.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, Chakhnovitch like many others, had to cancel some of his scheduled fashion shows in Germany which attract local German press and international media as well as celebrity guests and models from all over the world. InStyleKid Fashion Shows have become the authority of childrens fashion runway in Europe- showcasing new season preview collections of some of the worlds most coveted designer brands like Karl Lagerfeld Kids, Givenchy Kids, Little Marc Jacobs. Together with his substantial press connections, Chakhnovitch began looking for an innovative way to help inspire fans, brand owners and models alike in the all-new reality of social distancing.

In an attempt to keep the dream of Fashion alive during the global covid-19 pandemic and adapt to the changing environment, Chakhnovitch will be hosting a FaceTime Fashion Shoot with his model, nine year old Bella Alexandras. She will be showcasing the latest SS20 collections from DKNY Kids and Karl Lagerfeld Kids with an editorial style shoot in Bella’s home. These photos will be published in catalogues and the shoot will be made available for InStyleKid s Instagram following in a hope to encourage brands to adapt to the changing times. Chakhnovitch will be directing the shoot and acclaimed photographer Dilya.E will be photographing Bella through a webcam.

Chakhnovitch began guiding model Bella Alexandras and others at InStyleKid under the supervision of their parents, on the safe use of apps such as Zoom, Skype and Whatsapp. He did this as a second choice but a pragmatic way to help keep the industry alive. Brands see this as a potential opportunity in the areas of user-generated advertising and influencer marketing at a time when social distancing requires a fresh approach. The mother of Bella Alexandras, Nerissa, said: “We’re grateful to top talent managers like Eugen who oversees that the children can help lead this vibrant industry in a way that is modern, pragmatic and safe under his close supervision and ours as parents.”

As the covid-19 reality inspires conventional industries to be forthcoming with solutions, the gap between high-street fashion and ecommerce fashion retailers is expected to shrink rapidly. This, coupled with rising trends in virtual reality and online shopping, may well redefine how brands and consumers will carry out purchase evaluations in future. To think that a child star and her agent were one of the first adopters of a new way forward, will go down in history as an inspiring story. For now, keeping the dream of fashion alive is something Chakhnovitch and his collaborators endeavour to do with a lasting impact.

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Seattle Start Up Cares About Their Affiliates

Selling soap is not something that Tori Belle Cosmetics does but giving away soap was a mission-driven choice.

WOODINVILLE, WA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tori Belle Cosmetics co-founders, Laura Hunter and Bob Kitzberger realized that the soap shortage in many places across the USA created a serious health concern for their nearly 30,000 salespeople and all of their customers. They knew they needed to help. Within days of the COVID 19 shutdowns Tori Belle Cosmetics began shipping free hand soap in all of their bundles. To date they have shipped nearly 100,000 free travel soaps to people all over the USA and Canada. “We just want to make sure that our Affiliates and their customers are safe,” Said CEO, Laura Hunter. Tori Belle Cosmetics will also be adding a line of soaps and sanitizers for personal safety in the coming weeks. There will not be any corporate profit from these items.

Tori Belle Cosmetics provides a unique business opportunity to individuals who are looking for an exciting new venture and are passionate about innovative cosmetics. Tori Belle Cosmetics are easy to apply, long-wearing, and travel-ready. They are designed to make everyone feel capable and beautiful – with an eye toward innovation, ease of use, and versatility. All Tori Belle Cosmetics are designed with high-quality ingredients that are hypoallergenic, sustainable, beautiful, and luxurious.

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Accents Inserts, Shoe Insoles for Women with Sweaty Feet Affirms Patent

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Accents Inserts Shoe Insoles

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Patent shows they are unique due to their absorbent, odor control and replacement capabilities

EMERYVILLE, CA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Accents Inserts affirms today they received a patent for their shoe inserts. This milestone is a major achievement for Accents Inserts on its mission to bring a thoughtful and well-designed shoe insole that answers many issues faced by all women. Accents are thin, they collect both sweat and odor and remove them from shoes. Sweaty feet and shoe odor buildup affect all women. Accents Inserts wants to give confidence to women so they don’t have to focus on their feet allowing them to take on their day.

“I am proud of inventing a useful product and thankful that I have achieved this challenging milestone. I didn’t have any product building experience but have persevered because I love that I created a product that helps others”, says Rachele Cazarez, Founder and Inventor at Accents Inserts. “I have always believed in this product. Receiving this patent and protecting my invention is fulfilling to me because of all the hard work that I have put into it.”

This news comes in the wake of recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including:

Research and Development: Understanding the issues faced, finding the best solutions and then bringing all the parts together to make a much needed product.
Surveying Target Market: Making iterations based on market feedback and perfecting the prototype.
From Conception to Launch: Bringing the idea to a final product. Multiple design reworks resulted in a quality product that works exactly how it was intended and ready to go to market.

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Accents inserts is a Hispanic woman owned and operated company that is focused on creating great quality shoe liners. Their patented technology offers a unique solution that stands out from others on the market. The company believes that everyone deserves to strut through life in comfort.

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In APAC, India, and China will account for more than 66% of the vegetable wax market revenue by 2025

Vegetable Wax Market Size

The global vegetable wax market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the period 2019–2025.

The global vegetable wax market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the period 2019–2025.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global vegetable wax market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the period 2019–2025.

The vegetable wax market has emerged a lot over the last few years. As the demand has shifted from synthetic products to natural products, especially after 2010, the utility of vegetable wax has significantly increased. In addition, the combination of vegetable wax with other types of waxes has opened many opportunities for the vendors operating in the market. However, the global market for vegetable wax is undergoing several transformations with regard to the research of innovative technologies and their integration in application sectors. Also, the demand and rise in use of vegetable wax are high due to numerous reasons such as urban development and a rise in living standards across societies and more focus on getting natural products. The market in terms of revenue is likely to witness significant growth in the coming years.

Arizton’s latest market research report considers the present scenario of the vegetable wax market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The study offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent companies operating in the market.

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Vegetable Wax Market – Dynamics

Here are the list of trends and drivers that are impacting the revenues and profitability in the vegetable wax market:

• Rising Demand for Cleaner Raw Materials
• Opportunity in Cosmetic Industry
• Expected Rise in Demand from Candle & Food Sectors
• Increase in Environmental Concerns
• Emphasis on Human Health
• Shifting Consumer Focus on Organic Products

Vegetable Wax Market – Segmentation

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by distribution, product, application, and geography.

• The US dominates the candelilla wax market and is projected to continue its dominance due to rising awareness of natural products. Furthermore, North and Latin America are major producers of candelilla wax due to the easy availability of raw materials, as Mexico is the major producer of the candelilla plant.
• The food industry makes considerable use of wax as a protective coating for fruits and vegetables. One of the primary reasons for waxing is the prevention of water loss from fruits, such as citrus fruits and apples, thus preventing shrinkage and spoilage and enhancing the appearance.
• The growth in online sales is set to increase by over 5% during the forecast period. This is primarily because online stores offer more options than retail stores. Some vendors offer YouTube videos (video tutorials) and help beginners get knowledge about the applications and make them aware of these products.

Market Segmentation by Product
• Carnauba Wax
• Candelilla Wax
• Castor Wax
• Others
Market Segmentation by Distribution
• Wholesale
• Online
Market Segmentation by Application
• Candles
• Cosmetic
• Food
• Industry Applications
• Others

Vegetable Wax Market – Geography

In 2019, APAC dominated the global vegetable wax market. The penetration of vegetable wax in APAC countries, such as China and India, is increasing rapidly. For instance, India is likely to witness a CAGR growth of over 5% in demand for vegetable wax between 2019 and 2025 due to the rising awareness of natural beauty products. The demand for vegetable wax in Europe is growing, while upgrades in natural cosmetics and replacements are also driving the market. Furthermore, Western European economies are witnessing maturing markets with product saturation due to low product differentiation. However, Central and Eastern European countries are expected to exhibit new demand.

Market Segmentation by Geography
• Europe
o UK
o France
o Spain
o Italy
o Germany
o Nordic
o China
o Japan
o India
o Australia
o South Korea
• North America
o US
o Canada
• Latin America
o Brazil
o Mexico
o Argentina
o Saudi Arabia
o South Africa

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Vegetable Wax Market – Vendor Landscape

The global vegetable wax market is fragmented in nature due to the presence of many local and international market players. The key leading vendors in the global vegetable wax market are Cargill and Koster Keunen, among others. The competition among these key players is intense. The market concentration in developed countries such as the US and other Western European countries is high, while the markets in developing economies such as China and India are at a moderate stage because of the entry of many international brands in these countries. The market competition is based on offerings and pricing and vendors using new business models and focusing on developing the portfolio of their establishments to drive growth. Focus is also shifting toward natural cosmetics, which are likely to provide vendors vast opportunities.

Key Vendors
• Cargill
• Huzhou Shentgtao Biotech
• Koster Keunen

Other Vendors
• Croda Industrial Chemicals
• Brenntag (EPChem)
• Marcus Oil
• Argan Co.
• FAITH Industries
• PJ Group India
• Falcon
• Foncepi
• Carnaúba do Brasil
• Brasil Ceras
• Shri Ram Sons Wax Private Ltd.

Vegetable Wax Market – Table of Contents

1 Research Methodology
2 Research Objectives
3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage
4.1 Market Definition
4.1.1 Inclusions
4.1.2 Exclusions
4.2 Base Year
4.3 Scope of The Study
4.3.1 Market Segmentation by Product
4.3.2 Market Segmentation by Application
4.3.3 Market Segmentation by Geography

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats
5.1 Key Caveats
5.2 Currency Conversion
5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance
7 Introduction
7.1 Overview

8 Market Opportunities & Trends
8.1 Rising Demand for Cleaner Raw Materials
8.2 Opportunity in Cosmetic Industry
8.3 Expected Rise in Demand from Candle & Food Sectors

9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 Increase in Environmental Concerns
9.2 Emphasis on Human Health
9.3 Shifting Consumer Focus on Organic Products

10 Market Restraints
10.1 Fluctuation in Material Price
10.2 Political Problems Hampering Market Growth
10.3 Change in Climatic Conditions

11 Value Chain Analysis
11.1 Value Chain Overview
11.1.1 Overview
11.1.2 Raw Material Suppliers
11.1.3 Manufacturers
11.1.4 Distributors/Dealers
11.1.5 Retailers
11.1.6 End-users

12 Market Landscape
12.1 Historical Data 2017—2018
12.2 Market Size & Forecast
12.2.1 Revenue
12.2.2 Volume
12.3 Market by Geography
12.3.1 Revenue
12.3.2 Volume
12.4 Five Forces Analysis
12.4.1 Threat of New Entrants
12.4.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
12.4.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers
12.4.4 Threat of Substitutes
12.4.5 Competitive Rivalry

13 Vegetable Wax Market by Product
13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Revenue
13.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Volume
13.3 Market Overview
13.4 Candelilla Wax
13.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
13.5 Market by Geography
13.5.1 Revenue
13.5.2 Volume
13.6 Carnauba Wax
13.6.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
13.7 Market by Geography
13.7.1 Revenue
13.7.2 Volume
13.8 Castor Wax
13.8.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
13.9 Market by Geography
13.9.1 Revenue
13.9.2 Volume
13.10 Other Wax
13.10.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
13.11 Market by Geography
13.11.1 Revenue
13.11.2 Volume

14 Vegetable Wax Market by Application
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Revenue
14.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Volume
14.4 Market Overview
14.5 Candles
14.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
14.6 Market by Geography
14.6.1 Revenue
14.6.2 Volume
14.7 Cosmetics
14.7.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
14.8 Market by Geography
14.8.1 Revenue
14.8.2 Volume
14.9 Food
14.9.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
14.10 Market by Geography
14.10.1 Revenue
14.10.2 Volume
14.11 Industry
14.11.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
14.12 Market by Geography
14.12.1 Revenue
14.12.2 Volume
14.13 Others
14.13.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
14.14 Market by Geography
14.14.1 Revenue
14.14.2 Volume

15 Vegetable Wax Market by Distribution Channel
15.1 Market Overview
15.1.1 Manufacture, Production, & Distribution
15.1.2 Distribution through Wholesale Channels
15.1.3 Distribution through Online Channels

16 Vegetable Wax Market by Geography
16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Revenue
16.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine − Volume
16.3 Geographic Overview

17 North America
17.1 Market Overview
17.1.1 Historic Data 2017−2018
17.2 Pest Analysis
17.2.1 Political
17.2.2 Economic
17.2.3 Social
17.2.4 Technology
17.3 Market Size & Forecast
17.3.1 Revenue
17.3.2 Volume
17.4 Product
17.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
17.4.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
17.5 Application
17.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
17.5.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
17.6 Key Countries
17.6.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Revenue
17.6.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Volume
17.7 US
17.7.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
17.8 Canada
17.8.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume

18.1 Market Overview
18.1.1 Historic Data 2017−2018
18.2 Pest Analysis
18.2.1 Political
18.2.2 Economic
18.2.3 Social
18.2.4 Technology
18.3 Market Size & Forecast
18.3.1 Revenue
18.3.2 Volume
18.4 Product
18.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
18.4.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
18.5 Application
18.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
18.5.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
18.6 Key Countries
18.6.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Revenue
18.6.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Volume
18.7 China
18.7.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
18.8 India
18.8.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
18.9 Japan
18.9.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
18.10 Australia
18.10.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
18.11 South Korea
18.11.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume

19 Europe
19.1 Market Overview
19.1.1 Historic Data 2017−2018
19.2 Pest Analysis
19.2.1 Political
19.2.2 Economic
19.2.3 Social
19.2.4 Technology
19.3 Market Size & Forecast
19.3.1 Revenue
19.3.2 Volume
19.4 Product
19.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
19.4.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
19.5 Application
19.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
19.5.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
19.6 Key Countries
19.6.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Revenue
19.6.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Volume
19.7 UK
19.7.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
19.8 Germany
19.8.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
19.9 France
19.9.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
19.10 Italy
19.10.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
19.11 Spain
19.11.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
19.12 Nordic
19.12.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume

20 Latin America
20.1 Market Overview
20.1.1 Historic Data 2017−2018
20.2.1 Political
20.2.2 Economic
20.2.3 Social
20.2.4 Technology
20.3 Market Size & Forecast
20.3.1 Revenue
20.3.2 Volume
20.4 Product
20.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
20.4.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
20.5 Application
20.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
20.5.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
20.6 Key Countries
20.6.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Revenue
20.6.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Volume
20.7 Mexico
20.7.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
20.8 Brazil
20.8.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
20.9 Argentina
20.9.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume

21 Middle East & Africa
21.1 Market Overview
21.1.1 Historic Data 2017−2018
21.2 Pest Analysis
21.2.1 Political
21.2.2 Economic
21.2.3 Social
21.2.4 Technology
21.3 Market Size & Forecast
21.3.1 Revenue
21.3.2 Volume
21.4 Product
21.4.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
21.4.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
21.5 Application
21.5.1 Market Size & Forecast – Revenue
21.5.2 Market Size & Forecast – Volume
21.6 Key Countries
21.6.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Revenue
21.6.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine – Volume
21.7 Saudi Arabia
21.7.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
21.8 UAE
21.8.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume
21.9 South Africa
21.9.1 Vegetable Wax Market Size & Forecast – Revenue & Volume

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At-Home Hair Dyes Market 2020 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation And Forecast To 2026

Global At-Home Hair Dyes Market Research Report 2020

PUNE, INDIA, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —
A WiseGuyReports Announces New Market Study on –“ At-Home Hair Dyes Market 2020 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation And Forecast To 2026” To its Research Database.

At-Home Hair Dyes Market 2020

Summary: –

Hair dye is a kind of cosmetic that dyes hair. It is divided into temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent hair dye. Temporary hair dye is a hair dye that only needs to be washed once with shampoo to remove coloring on the hair. Due to the large size of these hair dyes, they cannot enter the hair shaft through the epidermis, but only deposit on the surface of the hair to form a colored covering layer. In this way, the interaction between the dye and the hair is not strong, and it is easily washed away by the shampoo. Semi-permanent hair dye generally refers to 6-12 times of shampoo washing before fading. Semi-permanent hair dye is applied to the hair. After 20-30 minutes, rinse with water to color the hair. Its principle of action is that dye molecules with relatively small molecular weight penetrate into the epidermis of the hair and partly into the cortex, making it more resistant to shampooing than temporary hair dyes. There are three types of permanent hair dyes: plant permanent, metal permanent, and oxidative permanent.

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Key Players of At-Home Hair Dyes:
Madison Reed
Rita Hazan
Manic Panic
Kristin Ess

This research report includes a detailed study of the At-Home Hair Dyes market, in terms of market size, projected growth, current market trends, market share, consumption, segments and geographical reach during the assessment period. This report is based on extensive primary and secondary research, wherein information is gained from in-depth interviews with industry experts, resellers, vendors and customers, while secondary research includes industry publications, company reports, news articles, market analysis reports, and the data published by government agencies. The information in this report is based on the study of the annual and financial reports of the top market players and in-depth interviews with senior industry leaders for key qualitative and quantitative insights related to the market.

The main objectives of this report are to provide an in-depth industry analysis and forecast of the market behaviour during a specific period, based on market trends both past and present, as well as consumer behaviour patterns. The key players in the market are studied in detail with respect to their company’s profile, sales data, market share and product specifications. This research report segments the At-Home Hair Dyes market, in terms of product types, such as components, or services, applications such as end users and industry verticals, organization sizes such as large or small and medium businesses and deployment models such as on-premise or cloud-based, as well as distribution channels such as direct selling or through distributors.

Geographically, this report studies the market dynamics of the global market, with respect to the latest market trends, growth drivers, opportunities, and threats. The report also provides an insight on the dominant market globally, the reasons for its dominance, the rate of growth of other upcoming regional markets and the factors contributing to their growth. Regional distribution, development trends, growth factors and restraining factors are covered in the study of the global as well as regional markets.

This research report provides a detailed analysis of the At-Home Hair Dyes market based on market study conducted using research methodologies such as Porter’s 5 Forces Model, quantitative market share analysis, price trend analysis, product benchmarking, and company profiling. The scope of this report also includes identifying commercial opportunities in the global At-Home Hair Dyes market by analysing previous market trends and co-developmental deals such as mergers and acquisitions between major players for business and market expansion. The report effectively puts together the important observations from the research interviews conducted with industry experts as well as information gathered by secondary research and highlights the crucial market drivers, challenges and future growth prospects of this market.

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Table of Contents – Major Key Points

1 Report Overview
2 Global Growth Trends by Regions
3 Competition Landscape by Key Players
4 Breakdown Data by Type (2015-2026)
5 At-Home Hair Dyes Breakdown Data by Application (2015-2026)
6 North America
7 Europe
8 China
10 Southeast Asia
12 Central & South America
13 Key Players Profiles


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Also Organics, Collaborates with Nashville-area Businesses and Healthcare Workers Amid ‘Safer at Home order’

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Also Organics is differentiating its offering with unique branding that promotes courage, adventure, and potential, as well as the benefits of exercise, activity and personal balance.

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Alternative Wellness Company Offers Free Hand Sanitizer with CBD and Seeks ‘Win-Win’ Scenarios During COVID-19 Pandemic

A proper thank you to the front lines of this pandemic seems impossible, but we're working overtime to join other local entrepreneurs to explore new ways of sustaining business during this crisis”

— Matthew (Chewy) Smith, Chief Executive Office, Also Organics

NASHVILLE, TENN., USA, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Also Organics, Nashville’s newest CBD (cannabinoid) portfolio, is staying true to its brand ethos and facing the challenges of COVID-19 with a positive attitude and creative collaborations. Also Organics is offering its new CBD-infused hand sanitizer for free and partnering with dozens of Middle-Tennessee companies with customized promotional codes, product incentives, and new consignment arrangements while people social distance and self-isolate. Also Organics is donating samples of its newly formulated hand sanitizer to local emergency medicine front line physicians, nurses, EMTs and paramedics who are treating patients afflicted by COVID-19 and other serious illnesses. While supplies last, interested consumers can obtain hand sanitizer for free by requesting the product on the company’s website.

“The notion that we’re all in this pandemic together is very real – physically, mentally and economically. Although we’ve been encouraged by sales during this troubling time, we’re working overtime to join other local entrepreneurs to explore new ways of sustaining business during this crisis,” said Matthew (Chewy) Smith, Chief Executive Office, Also Organics. “With record numbers of people experimenting with new wellness approaches while sheltering at home, Also Organics is a perfect complement for health-conscious consumers seeking reliable and high-quality CBD to fortify their daily health regime.”

The company is continually exploring ways to support healthcare and law enforcement workers and is seeking mutually beneficial partnerships with local restaurants, meal delivery services, health and body retailers, and yoga and other fitness studios.

For Also Organics, small business collaborations can generate incremental sales and open access to potential customers vital during its start-up phase. For restaurants and other meal/beverage delivery services, collaboration with Also Organics means potential new revenue – 10% of each transaction – if their customers use a customized promo code online to purchase the company’s CBD products. In the case of online yoga and exercise classes, Also Organics is helping to incentive customers by offering free products to those who commit to streaming classes. For retailers who would normally purchase quantities of product for resale online or in currently closed brick and mortar stores, Also Organics has loosened its policies to offer product on consignment instead.

“We’re remaining optimistic and know that by working together, our local business community can continue to deliver the products and services that each of our customers depend – it’s what ‘Nashville strong’ means for us and our partners,” said Smith.

Participating businesses engaged in collaboration with Also Organics include:

• Lemon Laine – (https://lemonlaine.com/)
• Eat Well Nashville (https://eatwellnashville.com/)
• The Party Line – (https://www.thepartyline.co/)
• Burger Up – Franklin (http://burgerupfranklin.com/)
• Clean Juice – Brentwood (https://cleanjuice.com/locations/brentwood/)
• Genghis Grill – Franklin (https://www.genghisgrill.com/)
• Germantown Pub – (https://www.thegermantownpub.com/)
• Grabbagreen Food + Juice – (https://www.grabbagreen.com/)
• Greener Roots Farm – (https://www.greenerroots.com/)
• Jefferson's Restaurant Brentwood – (https://jeffersons.com/)
• Jeff's Family Friendly Restaurant – (https://jeffsrestaurant.com/)
• Juicy's Wellness Cafe – Murfreeesboro – (https://www.juicyscafetn.com/)
• McCreary's Irish Pub – (http://mccrearyspub.com/)
• Media Farm – (https://mediafarm.agency/)
• Parthenon Grille – (https://parthenongrille.com/)
• The Ridge – (https://theridgenashville.com/)
• Simply Living Life – (http://simply-living-life.com/)
• West End Discount Liquors and Wines – (http://www.westenddiscountliquors.com/)

Also Organics is a new alternative wellness brand with unique CBD formulations for adults, pets and children. Also Organics products are made using the finest, full-spectrum, whole plant CBD and 100 percent American-grown, organic hemp. Also Organics formulations utilize water soluble nano-particles to increase the efficiency of absorption and efficacy of CBD dosages. All products from Also Organics are produced in a facility certified by Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and many products are additionally Kosher-Certified. The Also Organics product line is available for purchase online (www.AlsoOrganics.com) and in select medical clinics, wellness boutiques and retailers.

About Also Organics:
Based in Nashville, Tenn., Also Organics creates personal wellness products with the finest, full-spectrum, whole plant CBD (and CBG) – all made from 100% American grown organic hemp. Also Organics offers a wide range of products including tinctures, gummies, gel caps, balms, salves, lotions and more. The Also Organics team believes there’s always more – to see, experience, and discover. The Also Organics portfolio is designed to unlocks one’s potential and find balance in an increasingly chaotic world. For more information about Also Organics, visit www.AlsoOrganics.com.

Media Contacts:
Casey Christiansen, casey@thecallaway.com, (480) 406-5577
Zoe Chichelo, zoe@thecallaway.com, (949) 500-0564

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SMATCOE Summer Academic Enrichment (Math, Science, SAT/ACT/PSAT) Available to Students Nationwide

Summer Academic Enrichment Offered to Students Nationwide in Math (Pre-Algebra Thru Calculus), Science (Chemistry and Physics), and SAT/ACT/PSAT

HOUSTON, TX, USA, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Science, Math, and Technology Center of Excellence (SMATCOE), an academic learning center based in metro Houston, TX, today announced that it is launching a campaign to reach students all over America to prepare them in math, science, and college entrance exam topics for the 2020 – 2021 school year. SMATCOE will offer the following courses this summer: Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and SAT/ACT/PSAT Prep.

SMATCOE will hold online class sessions using GoToMeeting twice per week (Monday and Wednesdays, or Tuesdays and Thursdays) for 9 weeks (June 1, 2020 through July 30, 2020). Students will be able to attend these sessions from the comfort of home and learn concepts that they will cover during the upcoming school year. Additionally, students will have access to online website reinforcement exercises to enhance their readiness for the new school year. Class sessions will be personally administered by SMATCOE founder, President, and CEO Chris Millett. Chris has been providing academic enrichment classes to students since 2002. In light of the Coronavirus, students have faced diminished academic effectiveness for the end of the 2019 – 2020 school year. Here is a quote from Chris:

“Students desperately need what I am offering. They have been short-changed this year
with schools ending the face-to-face interactions between students and teachers. I can
bridge the gap this summer and help students go into the new school much better prepared.”

To illustrate his teaching style and to show the how effective the GoToMeeting format is for teaching students, Chris has posted a series of short video lessons on the SMATCOE website home page (www.smatcoe.com) and on a special “Resources and Videos” page. Chris encourages parents and students to view these short videos to see how effective the Summer Academic Enrichment Program will be. Chris is dedicated to reaching students all over the country and has made an unbelievable offer: parents may pay the regular 9-week course fee ($150 for science or math courses, $250 for SAT/ACT Prep courses) or request a reduced fee (ultimately paying an amount that they can afford). SMATCOE strives to be an inclusive organization and desires that all students who need this program will be able to participate.

To learn more about this campaign or to register one or more students into one or more courses, visit website http://www.smatcoe.com. For questions click the Contact tab on the website and enter the question(s) or requested information.

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Probiotic Cosmetic Products Market Outlook – Post Covid-19 Scenario | Estee Lauder, L'OREAL, P&G

Probiotic Cosmetic Products Market

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Interviews on Beauty, Travel and Possible-Impossible with Candice Georgiadis

Alison Hickey, President of Kensington Tours

Alison Hickey, President of Kensington Tours

Alex Williams, founder and owner of Holistic Hyperbarics

Alex Williams, founder and owner of Holistic Hyperbarics

Per Nyberg, chief commercial officer at Stradigi AI

Per Nyberg, chief commercial officer at Stradigi AI

Candice Georgiadis

Candice Georgiadis

Alison Hickey on travel. Alex Williams on beauty. Per Nyberg on possible-impossible.

My dad used to say, “If you make your bed hard, you’re going to have to lay in it.” To me, that meant always having an active choice in every situation.”

— Alex Williams, founder and owner of Holistic Hyperbarics

GREENWICH, CT, USA, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog by her namesake, interviews individuals on the cutting edge of hotel, travel, lifestyle and other similar topics. She expands the marketing footprint of individuals and companies with a combination of branding and imaging across social media and conventional websites.

Beauty, travel and the possible-impossible topics are covered in recent interviews by Candice Georgiadis. Below are some excerpts from the interviews. Candice Georgiadis' expertise in social media marketing is helping these individuals and companies expand their footprint. She can help you with your marketing needs. See her contact info at the bottom.

Alison Hickey, President of Kensington Tours
Can you share with our readers about the innovations that you are bringing to the travel and hospitality industries?

Our innovation starts with the technology platform we’ve built in house. I think we’re pretty unique in that. It houses our data in one place, so it’s the heart of our relationships with our clients, and it also connects us with our teams on the ground around the world. This allows us to respond to our clients’ needs and build customized itineraries for them really quickly. We can spend more time and focus on adding value, looking for ways that we can serve our clients better. There’s a great quote from Issy Sharp, the founder of the Four Seasons, that I take to heart: “Systematize the predictable. Humanize the exceptional.” That’s what we’re trying to do.

Which “pain point” are you trying to address by introducing this innovation?

Through our combination of amazing people, innovative technology and our ability to customize, we’re able to deliver unforgettable experiences for our clients. People have so little time today — it’s the most precious resource for all of us — they want to make sure they get the most out of their travel. With Kensington, we can help clients see destinations in a way that others can’t. They feel that they’ve been listened to, that they’re seeing the authentic place, and they’re also getting unique access so they’re maximizing their time. That goes a long way to helping tailor once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences for them.

How do you envision that this might disrupt the status quo?

When you’re able to create unforgettable personalized experiences for consumers, you’ve demonstrated your relevance in a memorable way. The rest of the interview is available here.

Alex Williams, founder and owner of Holistic Hyperbarics
The beauty industry today has access to technology that was inconceivable only a short time ago. Can you tell us about the “cutting edge” (pardon the pun) technologies that you are working with or introducing? How do you think that will help people?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy isn’t new or cutting edge, but the way we’re applying it to the beauty arena definitely is. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been a medical tool for decades, but using it outside of emergency medical intervention — and bringing its host of health and anti-aging benefits to people in a spa-inspired environment — that’s very new.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy used to be a reactive treatment; something you used only after something bad happened to your body. Now, we’re using it as a more proactive approach to aging. For instance, because hyperbaric oxygen therapy promotes collagen activation, it has this amazing ability to reduce excessive skin damage, maintain skin elasticity, and reduce scar formation. It’s also going deep to the cellular level to promote circulation, stem-cell growth, reduce inflammation, and support the immune system.

Another big thing for me is how much it helps with neural elasticity, staying sharp for longer, which is such a huge part of aging well. It’s also used to foster better gut biology, to support digestion and boost energy. By approaching beauty from the cellular level outward, hyperbaric oxygen therapy reinvents the idea of aging gracefully. Read the rest of the interview here.

Per Nyberg, chief commercial officer at Stradigi AI
Has there ever been a time that someone told you something was impossible, but you did it anyway? Can you share the story with us? What was your idea? What was the reaction of the naysayers? And how did you overcome that?

This was more a matter of facing and overcoming the persistent challenges when pursuing something new or different; be it on a daily basis or over extended periods of time where success was years away. For most of my career I have been focused on building new industry verticals or building new markets, or enabling internal change. The challenge was often overcoming unhealthy skepticism and doubt which would distract from dealing with the real questions at hand and block progress.

Unhealthy skepticism and doubt are easy to sow and can kill initiatives before they even start. Doing anything new implies some degree of the unknown and dealing with ambiguity in an environment of imperfect information. It also means change to the status quo. The pace and complexity of today’s business and technology environments mean that we are doing something “new” and “changing” almost every day. This has only emphasized the importance for leaders to regularly learn and adjust and help teams be comfortable with ambiguity and change.

Perhaps it is my Swedish-Canadian upbringing, but I try to approach every day with authenticity, humility and transparency. Organizations are all about people. Communication and trust-building are critical, and when combined with a compelling vision, strong determination and an “eyes wide open” approach, pretty much anything is possible. The goal is not to overcome every nay-sayer, but bring on board those who are key to success. Ignore the rest.

In the end, how were all the naysayers proven wrong? 🙂

In some cases they were proven wrong through business results but naysaying is a state of mind so those results may only have had a temporary impact. More importantly, I hope that they reflected on the authenticity of the desire and approach to change the organization for the better. Check out the complete interview here.

Take your social media exposure to the next level with Candice Georgiadis. Be sure to get in touch with her to work-up a game plan.

About Candice Georgiadis
Candice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer at CG & CO. She is also the Founder of the Social Media and Marketing Agency: Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a Social Media influencer and contributing writer to ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, and several others. In addition to her busy work life, Candice is a volunteer and donor to St Jude’s Children’s hospital.

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