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By: Kristen Wegrzyn
The general movement toward wellness in India has opened many new doors for the skin care and spa industry.
According to the ISPA 2013 U.S. Spa Industry Study, 51 percent of spas provide a discount or promotion to their social media audience, giving consumers a perk to liking their favorite spa's page.
Growing by almost 500% over the last 20 years, non-surgical cosmetic procedures are mirroring consumers' preferences for minimally-invasive treatments.
A new anti-aging skin care project will transform the facial care market and have ramifications for the entire beauty industry.
To keep up with this market, Mintel's Vivienne Rudd writes, "Beauty companies must take the physiological and emotional needs of this demographic into account and formulate and market accordingly."
The NPD Group finds Generation Y women are seeking out anti-aging products at a younger age, giving beauty brands an opportunity to educate new consumers and help develop their loyalty early on.
Teen and tween girls are big business for beauty and personal care manufacturers, and according to recent Mintel research, nail products are a "must have" item for this demographic.
Kline & Company is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Professional Skin Care Global Series report with its newly expanded coverage of seven of the world's up-and-coming markets.
Men accounted for 1 million minimally invasive cosmetic procedures performed in 2011, up 56% from 2000, and are continuing to rise.
In the U.S., some 59% of American men say personal care products boost their self-esteem, and 28% say they are concerned about dry skin and visible signs of aging.