Dear Friends of Tangerine,
We invite you to join the Tangerine AVEDA Team as we partner with The Black Bear Project for a special Holiday Event. Proceeds will enrich the lives of at-risk young adults disconnected from family support by providing a supportive living environment, life skills training, employment and positive role modeling.
TANGERINE HOLIDAY EVENT
When: Saturday, December 1, 5 - 8 pm
Where: Tangerine AVEDA
Donation: $20 Per Person. Advance reservations available at Tangerine or call to purchase 775-851-7271. Maximum number of invitees is limited to 240.
Tangerine "punch" and wine
Pick a prize raffle
Spin the prize wheel!
AVEDA service rituals
10% off AVEDA retail open stock
Pure Privilege double points
The Tangerine Team invites you to join us in support of this important holiday event.
Warm Holiday Regards,
Janon, Holly & Sally
Owners Tangerine AVEDA Lifestyle Salon | Spa
Photo credit: cloverity
Four of beauty company Aveda's most prominently used botanical ingredients have attained Cradle to Cradle certification (C2C): Its rose and lavender essential oils come from a sustainable organic farm in Bulgaria, while its wild Australian sandalwood is sourced from the Mardu people of Western Australia based on standards of an indigenous raw materials certification.
Meanwhile, organic uruku, a pigment Aveda uses in lipsticks, is sustainably harvested by the Yawanawa people of the Brazilian Amazon. The ingredients were assigned the C2C label, which can only be assigned to materials that are reusable or biodegradable and renewable, by the Environmental Protection and Encouragement Agency after three years of assessment.
Besides publishing its green ingredients policy in 2006 as a first step toward C2C certification, Aveda has also been making its packaging more eco-friendly, including using up to 100 percent post-consumer recycled high-density polyethylene in bottles and jars, as well as packaging that can be easily taken apart for curbside recycling. ::GreenBiz