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Skin care is actually the beauty category where women are spending the same or more, Mintel reports.
Online purchasing of beauty products is increasing, according to research from the NPD Group.
A study by Essence magazine, in conjunction with Vision Critical Group, shows that African-American women spend nearly twice as much on skin care annually than the general market.
Market analyst firm Datamonitor has released a new report on the growth of the men's grooming market, indicating factors such as price and familiarity are highly important to them.
With retail being more important than ever in spas, this survey from Synovate shows how different countries' consumers are responding to the economic crunch when it comes to buying beauty products, providing helpful information on how to prop up retail sales.
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Skin care expert Ellen Clark offers 10 tips to start your sales off on the right foot for 2009.
Research into the purchasing habits of shoppers at luxury beauty chains in Paris paints a portrait of loyal customers averse to impulse buying.
The December trade retail sales figures from the U.S. Department of Commerce reveal that the personal care category is a shining star amid poor overall figures.
Mintel, the global consumer and market research company, has released five ways consumers may adapt to the world's changes during the coming year.