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Brew up richly scented herbal compresses with recipes from three Asian countries.
By Euromonitor International
The men’s market has failed to deliver gains previously anticipated, though recent innovations have put the sector back into the headlines. Euromonitor International takes a closer look at the factors influencing growth of the category and recommends strategies to re-ignite growth.
New industry research released by the International SPA Association (ISPA) reveals interesting facts about the North American spa industry.
By Priyanka Bhattacharya
Green has always been “in” in India. Because of the country’s Ayurvedic heritage, there has always been an emphasis on using natural products and herbs for beauty care.
By Mary Weider
Learning to think in new ways and to question established beliefs about beauty yields fresh and innovative approaches to the business of beauty. And an extended trip to Italy illuminates the power of beauty products and the deep positive impact on consumers.
By Briony Davies
Color cosmetics is forecast to keep pace with the overall cosmetics and toiletries market at a steady 3% per year through 2011. This resurgence in the segment is driven both by manufacturer innovation and consumers demanding better results from makeup.
The personal care market in Eastern Europe is growing, evidenced by in-cosmetics Eastern Europe (formerly CHi), which reported a 23% increase in visitors.
By Michael Wynne
With the demise of local, isolated markets, today’s companies are truly global players, exposed to sensitive ethical quandaries. Conducting global business ethically will result in a better and more profitable company.
The Coca-Cola Company today announced the official opening of The Coca-Cola Research Center for Chinese Medicine at the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in Beijing.
A recent report suggest that a surge of personal care in India is due to a growth of women in white-collar positions.