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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.
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.