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TABS Group 2015 U.S. Cosmetic Study indicates millennials do matter. They’re the heaviest buyers of beauty products.
Multi-platform artist introduces new fragrance that she feels embodies all aspects of Maui's tropical paradise.
Mintel Beauty and Personal Care announced four key trends that will impact the global beauty markets by 2025, including implications for both consumers and brands.
Consumers are turning to at-home spa treatments instead of regular visits to their esthetician.
The old standard of predicting customer behavior based on their demographics—age, gender, income and nationality—may now be obsolete.
To work against sagging and aging, Lipotec performed a new in vivo test on Uplevity peptide.
The Multi-Decade and Ethnicity (MDE) study reveals biological commonalities among a subset of women who look exceptionally younger than their age.
TextureMedia tracks changing trends in market for texture hair care products and curly, coily and wavy hair consumers; among the most recent findings, consumers don't necessarily shop by their ethnicity but by problem-solution, indicating that the ethnic hair care aisle may become obsolete.
Scented beauty product usage is much more far-reaching that fine fragrance usage, according to The NPD Group, but consumers typically are using these products in conjunction with each other.
At the upcoming Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Asia-Pacific, beauty brands, suppliers and industry stakeholders will discuss the difficulties in going green with a beauty brand and the innovative ways they’ve come up with to solve these problems.