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Sadly, one in three women say they feel anxious and hardly ever smile at themselves because of what they see in the mirror, according to new Dove global research.
Kline Blogs discussed the green beauty market in a new post, showing that while the popularity of natural beauty continues to grow, the need for strategic thinking increases in order to stand out in the ever-growing crowd.
Gathering research from six dynamic global markets, Kline & Company shows where opportunities are the greatest for at-home devices.
Nigeria and Saudi Arabia, just two of the many countries it has been tracking, indicate the possible directions and resulting opportunities of the hair and skin care market.
A recent survey by Spafinder Wellness 365 sheds new light on North American moms, from their current stress levels, to what keeps them up at night, to their health and wellness routines.
Packaging Matters is an annual exploration into the role packaging plays in consumer purchasing behavior, brand loyalty and overall product satisfaction.
Kline & Company tracks the beauty trends of spring 2014, with a look at the noted colors bringing the next few months to life, cosmetically speaking.
By: Kristen Wegrzyn
More than 5,242 skin care professionals were registered for Face & Body Midwest Spa Conference & Expo 2014, held March 22–24, including estheticians and skin care facility owners and managers.
After noticing Americans' colossal spending on personal grooming despite the recession, Stanford Graduate School of Business researchers began a study that found sense of self-attractiveness affected views on social hierarchy.
Beauty brand Dove conducted a social experiment documented in a short film that illustrates the ongoing conflict women have with recognizing their beauty.