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Beauty & the SCC: Earth Month Panel with Dip & Dew Mighty

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Do you want to know what is happening behind the scenes in Beauty & Cosmetics?  This is a raw transcription from our chat at the California Society of Cosmetic Chemists' Earth Month meeting in Los...

Small Business Spotlight: Dip in with Rise Up Retreats & Kassia Meador

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 Women friendships (and the shared passions that go with them) are an untapped power source in our industry. These types of friendships can spark some amazing things, and going forward, Kassia and I are ready to put those to good use. 

So this is the meet-cute story of how Dip was built with human connection, and not corporate emails, conference tables, & phone-tag. We invented a new kind of "board meeting". We met with surfboards in the wild: your friendly neighborhood Dipette, Kassia Meador, and the badass crew from Rise Up Retreats.

What to do if you Dip bar breaks earlier than expected....

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Why do bar things happen to good people?! At the end of the day, and the end of the bar-- the glorious days of a fresh bar feel so long ago...   Don't fret. Here is...

Dip In with Lisa Peterson: Voted Most Likely to Grow Up to be the Coolest Person You Know :)

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Sometimes the Earth gifts us some really cool people, and Lisa Peterson is one of them.  Lisa is not only a customer, she is an advocate for the planet, an ocean lovin' surfer, a pretty damn...

No hair texture left behind: creating an all-textures welcomed culture

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Dip deserves a slow clap moment, because it’s about time that there’s a quality, sustainable product that is good for your hair and the environment.

 Let’s keep in mind that until recently, sustainable beauty was not very colorful (literally and figuratively) in how it was marketed. Aside from crunchy packaging that came in fifty shades of beige, there was a lack of diversity in the faces and hair textures we saw representing these beauty brands.