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Euromonitor International developed a graphic focused on the different body issues men and women focus on.
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.
Euromonitor is sharing more insights from its “Personal Appearances Survey 2014,” this time on the showering and bathing habits of current global consumers.
A new survey conducted by Euromonitor International asked consumers around the world about their personal care and beauty grooming habits, lending data and insight into those seeking to provide products for those needs.
The multinational company reported sales of $19.5 billion for the quarter, representing an increase of 9.1% versus the same quarter in 2013.
Multicultural market research firm Latinum Network shared some of its research on the beauty habits of U.S. Hispanic women, including where they look for new beauty ideas, where they shop beauty and more.
Despite variable economic conditions and variations in consumer behavior, the natural beauty market—and particularly skin care—continues to see strong growth.
According to new research from L'Oréal Paris, nearly half of women (45%) wish they could change the size of their pores.
According to BrandSpark, for health & beauty brands, trust is built on quality perceptions such as effectiveness (does the brand meet personal needs?) and perception of a fair price.
Today's beauty consumer has evolved, and beauty companies are at the tipping point where they need to start addressing these truths about their consumers.