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A new report from Mintel looking at the male grooming sector found some 58% of men aged 18–24 and 63% of those 25–34 report that they use a facial moisturizing product.
Recent editions of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in Europe and Asia have found consumer desire for more earth-friendly, sustainable products and brands will likely have a bigger effect on the beauty industry.
The organizations announced a new agreement that will see Boots UK become title partner of the CEW(UK) Beauty Awards for 2014.
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Amino acids—the building blocks of life—are providing interesting new opportunities for beauty product development.
A critical strategic challenge for players in the bath and body care category is the need to attract new consumers in developed markets in order to dilute growth pressures from emerging markets, and multifunctionality is the new strategic mantra.
Expect to see an increased focus on sustainability, sensory benefits and slimming in new body care product launches.
As scientists continue to better understand the interaction among nature, science and skin physiology, the field of anti-aging skin ingredients will continue to widen.
As the anti-aging skin care market continues to be one of beauty’s biggest opportunities, brands and suppliers are turning to science, nature and innovative new combinations of both to create products that are effective and engaging.
Beauty products available in a professional skin care setting such as a physician’s office or spa can mean more opportunities for brands, consumers and skin care professionals.