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Nineteen percent of U.K. sun bed users start to use anti-aging products by the time they are 25, compared with just 5% of those who don’t use sun beds.
The Renfrew Center Foundation released the results of a survey showing the attitudes and use of makeup by girls ages eight to 18; positives and negatives of the survey have implications for spas and skin care professionals.
According to Euromonitor's Sean Kreidler, ldquo;The Americas continued to be a dynamic hemisphere for beauty and personal care products in 2012 with more potential for growth in 2013.”
Kline & Company sees increases in interest in the natural makeup segment, with ingredients from the ancient world making appearances.
According to the global information company, the total U.S. prestige beauty industry showed an increase of 7% in dollar sales in 2012 vs. 2011.
However, the Salon/Spa Expectations Index reveals slightly lower optimism on service and retail sales—the primary proponents for revenue and growth, according to the Professional Beauty Association.
Beauty Brands Need to Develop Greater Brand Identities for Emotional Connection, According to New Study
Brand Keys' latest Customer Loyalty Engagement Index shows that while luxury beauty brands such as top-ranking Clinique have a distinct advantage in consumers' eyes, other beauty brands have work to do to develop emotional relationships with consumers.
Both companies made charitable efforts recently.
According to a new white paper from Anthem Worldwide, two-thirds of women believe a brand that motivates them to be healthy is important when considering which brands to buy.
The International SPA Association says spas are focusing on the healthful benefits of using local and sustainable foods at their facilities.