Aveda Introduces #BeautyHeals

If you know anything about Aveda, you know they are a company that likes to put beauty into the world literally, through our services and products, and figuratively, by getting involved with our community. And by sharing stories of volunteerism and activism within our network, they have the opportunity to set off a ripple effect—inspiring others to give back, too.

With this chain reaction in mind, they developed #BeautyHeals, an evergreen program that honors and shares the stories of Aveda Artists’ philanthropic local community initiatives. Through #BeautyHeals, we encourage Aveda Artists around the globe to find causes near and dear to Aveda’s mission of caring for the world we live in, and we give them the tools they need to share their stories effectively. Aveda does this because they know that the benefits of volunteering – for the volunteer and those they support - can heal the spirit, and inspire others to take action.

You can visit Living Aveda here: http://www.aveda.com/living-aveda-article-beauty-heals to learn more about #BeautyHeals with quotes and stories about Aveda Artists giving back, including David Wagner of Juut SalonSpas and Stephen Pace of Gary Manuel.


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