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The report from Packaged Facts found that, between 2000 and 2010, the number of upscale Latino households more than doubled, growing three times faster than the number of non-Latino upscale households.
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.
Meet consumers' needs by understanding the skin's mechanism as it relates to ethnic differences.
In a post from Kline Blogs, the market research company discusses the strength of Hispanic purchasing power, as well as their tendency to continue buying and being loyal to the same beauty brands despite economic shifts, and the increase in attention from brands and retailers.
This research coincides with the launch of the new Crest and Oral B Complete oral care collection.
Themes include reduction of some ingredients, defining natural and blurring category expectations.
From John Masters Organics’ DogPoo shampoo to P&G’s Febreze Pet Odor Eliminator line—professional and mass beauty brands are expanding into the pet care segment.
By diversifying her company’s products, Elaine Binder, president and co-founder of Spongeables LLC—a manufacturer of human bath body buffers, recently emerged in the pet care market via the launch of Haute Dog Bath Buffer, a spa in a sponge for pets. She discusses the experience of opening up new retail and distribution opportunities through the line expansion.
Microsite designed to serve as a beauty resource for young women; reveals beauty habits of this consumer group.
The P&G brand enters pet care industry and partners with Web sites to market product…