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About half of the women in a survey in the U.K. said celebrity-endorsed beauty products aren't worth the money, a new poll shows.
As discovered in a recent survey, Hispanic women are venturing more and more into facial plastic surgeon’s offices looking for a tweak.
The spa industry has recently seen a burst in the popularity of “spa-rties,” service packages often offered at discount rates to groups at in-house events.
A report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau shows skin care consumers are much more inclined to engage in online and mobile activities than the average adult and are much more influenced in their beauty purchases by Internet ads than the average consumer.
Researchers examined changes in the frequency of cosmetic dermatologic procedures performed in the United States from 1995 to 2010 and the physician specialties performing them.
The majority of Americans are looking for multi-functioning products to tackle several skin care essentials quickly without draining the pocket book.
The new report will differentiate cultures’ needs and desires, the brands they choose, and how and where they buy these products to address this quickly growing market for beauty and grooming.
The rise of the metrosexual male and blurring boundaries between female and male fragrances means that male fragrances will also likely grow ahead of other categories in Russia.
According to a new report from Kuick Research, during the last decade, the herbal beauty care business has emerged as a new growth frontier for beauty business in India, and the emphasis has been on the spectacular growth of herbal and ayurvedic beauty products.
According to Kline: "Given the global diversity concerning consumer awareness, regulatory requirements, purchase channels and device availability, a genuine wealth of unrealized potential awaits marketers of at-home beauty devices."