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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.
The Professional Beauty Association's Salon/Spa Performance Index experienced a small increase in the Second Quarter 2013 due to higher sales, traffic and capital spending.
By: Nicole Tyrimou
Although conflicting trends continue to shape the category, skin care remains vibrant—and is approaching $100 billion in global sales.
By: Kristen Wegrzyn
This year's fall color palette is full of wearable, consumer-friendly colors that evoke strong emotions.
Rising concerns for health safety, increasing green consciousness and growing consumer's awareness about the hazards in synthetic chemicals have fueled the demand for organic personal care products.
An exclusive Skin Inc. interview with ISPA President Lynne McNees offers a sneak preview on the 2013 ISPA U.S. Spa Industry Study.
According to The NPD Group, 39% of women ages 25–34 consider anti-aging benefits important in their beauty products.
In the United States, 2013 has seen a nearly 50% increase in BB cream product launches over 2012.
Facial Care will remain the largest skin care category in the United States to 2017, while multi-purpose products increase in popularity with time-constrained consumers.
The International SPA Association (ISPA) has released key statistics from the ISPA 2013 U.S. Spa Industry Study.