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Imogen Matthews Associates predicts trends for the 2014 premium beauty market.
Tthe Global Spa & Wellness Summit (GSWS) has prioritized spa management education as a crucial component of spa industry success.
Despite the natural beauty and personal care market seeing a compound annual growth rate of 11.3% over the last five years and being projected to post an increase of 9.2% to reach $46 billion in 2018, no one beauty brand has a global dominance of the category.
Despite variable economic conditions, the natural personal care market continues to see strong growth.
Caucasian females still make up the majority of patients seeking cosmetic surgery procedures, yet the proportion of racial and ethnic minorities opting for surgical enhancements is increasing.
While removal of bikini area hair is a growing trend in the United States, Brazilian women are at the forefront of this trend and maintain this practice as they age.
The Global Spa & Wellness Summit (GSWS) announced the winners of its 2013 Student Challenge.
Starting in June 2014, China plans to remove its mandatory animal test requirements for domestically manufactured cosmetic products.
At the end of a year of scrutiny for the beauty industry, the British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology (BABTAC) has made moves to increase standards even higher than before.
Environmental health officials in the United Kingdom have been warned of dangers attached to a new beauty treatment now available in spas in Europe.