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According to Kline & Company, the United States and Europe posted significant declines in professional skin care in 2009 while Brazil's market was stronger than ever. The future is expected to bring a 5.6% growth in the United States by 2014.
Mintel reports that Hispanic women feel underrepresented in the beauty and personal care aisle; 81% of Latinas surveyed would like more products with bilingual packaging.
By: Carrie Lennard
Despite a decrease in body care sales in the United States, emerging markets and natural products are on the rise.
By: Sarah Kajonborrirak
This step-by-step treatment explains how to offer this transcendent experience to your clients.
By: Denis Gathanju
This decade-old industry continues to grow and evolve, hosting tourists and locals alike.
The report covers global trends in the professional skin care category.
By: Ted Ning
The LOHAS consumer segment fits many wellness ideals, and it is beginning to be embraced worldwide.
By: Carina Chatlani
Lush with regional therapies and skin care traditions, this dramatic region of the world offers treatments and spas that can take your breath away.
Many spas are looking for ways to help the victims of the Haitian earthquake disaster, and your help is sorely needed.
Medical beauty treatment sales will be on the mend again in the next years after a decline of about 15% in 2009 in Europe, with more women looking for natural-looking touch-ups and pampering in increasingly popular medical spas.