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Oct
14
2008

The Future of Beauty

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By Jeff Falk and Leslie Benson

Paying attention to what’s going on should serve you better than rolling the dice. This article shares the latest on major trends that are shaping the beauty industry of tomorrow.

Oct
14
2008

NPD Group: 26% Plan to Spend Less This Holiday Season

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The NPD Group, Inc., a market research company, recently released the results of its annual survey of consumers' holiday spending intentions.

Sep
25
2008

A Body of Work

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By: Cathy Christensen

Today's body treatment trends reflect a maturing and evolving industry that is embracing its responsibility to clients.

Sep
25
2008

State of the Cosmetics Industry, Part II

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By: Rachel L. Chapman

This vibrant and active industry is reviewed by market segment.

Sep
25
2008

Listen In on Skin Inc. Magazine’s Editor in Chief on Online Radio

Log on to the World Talk Radio online program Skin Health TODAY to hear Skin Inc. magazine editor in chief Melinda Taschetta-Millane discuss facial products and treatment trends.

Sep
25
2008

All That Glitters in Dubai

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By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane

The massive expansion of Dubai continues today, and there is no doubt that the city is becoming a rising star in the spa world.

Sep
19
2008

Celebreate Peace Day with Skin Inc. Magazine

Join in the celebration of the United Nation's 21st International Day of Peace.

Sep
17
2008

Nutricosmetics: A New Way to Beauty

By: Eleni Grammenou

Euromonitor International examines the market for nutricosmetics in the wider context of cosmetics and toiletries and the emerging nutraceuticals market.

Sep
09
2008

Market for Cosmetic Surgery Products Continues to Grow

The market research group Freedonia has recently released a report discussing the continued growth of the cosmetic surgery products market, including key factors in its development.

Aug
29
2008

Study Shows What Teens Would Pay to Reduce or Be Rid Of Acne

Results from a recent study done in the San Francisco area indicate teens' willingness to pay for treatments and services that will help rid them of, or at least decrease, their acne.