11 Apr '11, 2pm

Ecopreneur Interview Series: mod.skin labs: Mod.skin labs was born out of this need to bridge the gap between th...

Ecopreneur Interview Series: mod.skin labs: Mod.skin labs was born out of this need to bridge the gap between th...

The most challenging experience of all, in the history of our 4 year old company, has been the global economic downturn. As a nascent company, we didn’t have the infrastructure nor the momentum to weather the weakened consumer market. Why we’re still here today, I have to believe, is because of the conscious decision to embrace of more philanthropic and socially responsible operational method. From our packaging choices which include recycled paper, with soy-based inks; to our eco-philanthropy promise, where 1% of all sales will always go to environmentally-based non-profits; and finally to providing effective, solutions-based skin care products that work; all at reasonable and approachable prices…we believe we’re providing something that is both a value to consumers today and is quite competitive.

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