3 years now
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3 years now

Eva Lagarde

It's been three years this month since re-sources has been active. We launched the idea in 2020, in the middle of the second covid lockdown, built the concept and traded with our first clients in June 2021. 3 years then!

It feels very special to blow our third candle today and to keep talking about sustainable beauty. It feels even more special as I'm blowing my own birthday candles next monday (June 24th).

We've created re-sources as a service to our beautiful industry. To help you become better professionals. To give you information and insights into sustainability in beauty. So in turn you can create better products for our people and our planet.

What is the ONE thing you learnt with us along the way?
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With re/sources, we bring you in-depth reports and consulting support on sustainability in beauty, so instead of imaging it, you can build it, and market it accurately!  SUPPORT us and Join the movement…or ... book a demo.

Eva Lagarde
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