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The company's latest MarketPulse survey finds that consumers weathered the latest round of economic storms very well and are feeling more optimistic than they have in quite some time.
A report conducted by RNCOS has found growth in the Indian baby care market, which it expects to grow further into 2015. Driving factors include increasing spending power and increasing awareness about baby health and nourishment.
Beauty brand Murad has been named the "Official Skincare Partner" of the MLB team the Los Angeles Dodgers for the second year in a row.
The Renfrew Center Foundation released the results of a survey showing the attitudes and use of makeup by girls ages eight to 18; positives and negatives of the survey have implications for beauty brands.
The collection, to debut later in 2013, targets tweens and teens and will feature Paul Frank's iconic monkey mascot Julius.
Baby and child-specific products outperformed all beauty and personal care categories in 2011, generating global retail growth of 7% at fixed US dollar prices. And despite the dual challenge of aging demographics and acute economic instability, the category’s global growth prospects to 2016 look promising. Euromonitor International assesses the main category battlegrounds and identifies where brands ought to be strengthening their positions going forward.
The youthful beauty brand will be available in 500 additional Walmart stores.
A new market report from Symphony IRI investigates the shopping habits and purchasing influences of the millennial generation, finding money-saving behaviors such as at-home beauty treatments popular with this demographic.
The NPD Group reports that, after faltering numbers in the past few years, beauty engagement for the teen and tween audience appears to be stabilizing. However, price is still a primary beauty purchasing consideration.
The Cadum brand will be housed under L’Oréal's consumer products division.