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The NPD Group presented its 2014 Review of U.S. and Global Beauty Sales at the “Hot Off The Press” Event; report shows that today's consumers are seeking experiences, challenging the beauty industry to go beyond the products to fulfill the sense of experience.
According to a Canadean, consumer adoption of anti-aging skin care routines is low despite high interest in the products, indicating that marketers are failing to connect with a majority of consumers who are most interested in their products; brands not getting their messaging right when they talk to older consumers—a group comfortable with their age.
In a Kline blog post, Donna Barson, senior associate for Kline’s Consumer Products Practice, explores questions about trends in anti-aging hair care; more technologically advanced products just as important for mass brands as it is for salon brands.
Women desire a youthful looking face more than a youthful looking body, according to the results of a national survey conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Allergan Inc.
Italian consumers need makeup to cover age-related skin impurities, according to a recent report by Canadean. The report finds that 19.4% of makeup consumption in Italy is driven by anti-aging needs.
New research from Mintel reveals that 42% of black consumers have tried or would be interested in trying anti-aging hair products, a higher percentage of those interested in anti-aging skin care; many companies missing the mark and missing culturally relevant messaging.
schülke has built a family of related preservative blends around ethylhexylglycerin—which reliably inhibits the growth and multiplication of odor-causing bacteria, leaves beneficial skin flora unaffected and has been shown to improve the efficacy of many traditional preservatives, including parabens.
Euromonitor International looks at how new product development is steadily becoming ever more concentrated on the capability of addressing topical health conditions.
Plant stem cell technology is expected to propel the global cosmeceutical market forward at a rate of 7.7% through 2016.