Millennials are switching on to the negative effect a wide range of pollution sources have on skin health. Seppic has an array of ingredient solutions.
Pollution, bad air quality and the associated health and environmental problems are a real global issue. A look at the PM2.5 concentrations (μg/m3 ) measured in different major global cities demonstrates that this problem is not isolated to one region but is widespread (Table 1).
Although the global lockdown has led to improved air quality in many cities (this is widely believed to be a temporary reprieve while manufacturing and travel are still at significantly reduced levels), there are still opportunities for anti-pollution protection. Indeed, consumers are still - and for some, even more - concerned by pollution as the world re-opens.
According to a survey of IPSOS in June 2020, following the COVID-19 crisis, more than 4 out of 5 respondents globally say issues such as pollution, degradation of nature and climate change pose a serious threat to their health and wellbeing today. This sentiment is particularly high in China (93%), Mexico (91%), South Africa (90%), India or Italy (88%).
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