Last month, we celebrated World Environment Day, a day to encourage worldwide awareness and actions for the protection of the environment – something Mary Kay has been committed to for decades.
The topic of pollution and its impact on skin health is particularly relevant to Europe since many European cities have been found to exceed air pollution limits set by the World Health Organization or the European Environment Agency.
Air pollution has become a growing global concern. Recent findings have revealed that air pollution negatively impacts skin aging.
At Mary Kay, sustainability is core to our business and we partner with organizations whose mission is to preserve and beautify our communities globally by preserving the Earth’s resources.
At the 20th World Dermatology Congress held in Singapore on March 13-14, I was honored to unveil groundbreaking skin research in improving facial erythema, a chronic inflammatory skin condition characterized by persistent redness.
For decades, Mary Kay has committed to developing irresistible products that help fight signs of aging in women and men. Cutting-edge skin care research is a primary focus of the Mary Kay Research and Development team. Products are clinically tested to be effective on a variety of skin tones and all skin types to ensure Mary Kay is delivering meaningful benefits to its customers.
Mary Kay Ash started her business with a dream to inspire women. For 55 years, the Mary Kay opportunity has empowered women to reach their true potential and discover their beauty—both inside and out. With Mary Kay, women can enrich their lives and the...
Mary Kay’s “Truth About Abuse” Survey Reveals Americans More Willing to Stand up to Harassment Now Compared to 2017.
Today is a day to raise our collective voices. Today is a day to show our support. Today is World Cancer Day! Each year on February 4, World Cancer Day serves as a day people across the globe can unite in a positive and...
Recently, Mary Kay China was recognized for receiving the LEED v4 Gold certification at a special event in Shanghai. The Leadership and Environmental Design certification, better known as LEED, has become an international symbol of green building leadership and excellence in sustainability.