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According to market research Canadean, in the saturated 45+ beauty market, women have difficulties finding tailored skin care products among the vast selection of anti-aging products. Instead of introducing just another cure for wrinkles, brands should offer unique and personalized experiences.
The company saw organic revenue growth of 5% compared to 2013, with growth in the U.S. and Asia while European sales demonstrated resilience despite a challenging environment.
Mintel’s Michelle Strutton points out more global consumers are seeking their sun protection products from products that haven’t been developed specifically for sun care needs.
Underlying sales grew 3.7%, with emerging markets up 6.6%, while underlying volume growth was up 1.9% and price was up 1.7%.
A Kline Blogs post shares category hot spots and standout products for the at-home beauty devices market, as well as what skin care concerns consumers are eager to address with this type of product.
European-based sales for the company climbed over 30% for the fragrance company, while U.S.-based sales faltered a bit, dropping 4.7%.
The market research finds the harmony in scientific and natural skin care products, showing how natural and alternative medical traditions inspire scientific skin care products and treatments.
Private equity investment firm Encore Consumer Capital has invested in nail care-focused brand Butter London with a focus on bringing greater growth.
In analysis in its recent survey of global personal care and grooming habits, Euromonitor International is giving the spotlight treatment to the men’s side of the marketplace.
Niche sampling subscription box services are beginning to pop up more and more, including those for the textured hair market. But what fit do they offer beauty brands, and how can they help bring beauty brands to the next level?