The new normal is not saying normal.
Unilever has announced that it will no longer use that word to describe hair and skin types on its products.
Driving the global personal-care giant’s decision is a desire to be more inclusive and to broaden what society thinks of as the epitome of beauty.
A Unilever-commissioned study of 10,000 people in nine countries around the world, including 2,000 in the United States, found that 70% said the word “normal” on product packaging and advertising has a negative impact. Among people ages 18-35, that jumps to 80%.