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According to a new study, women are cynical about scientific claims from anti-aging products and are confused by the effectiveness of cosmeceuticals.
By Alisa Marie Beyer
Though natural/organic products seem to dominate beauty headlines, there is a substantial group of consumers loyal to science-based brands. A recent study compares traditional beauty consumers with those committed to natural/organic products.
By Sara Mason
New colors and application technology offer nail polish brands new hope in reviving sales depressed from prevailing natural trends.
GCI magazine discusses future of the global natural and organic product market with a cross section of natural and organic retail brand owners and suppliers.
Euromonitor International reports that the global cosmetics and toiletries market experienced another year of strong growth in 2007.
Women are cynical about scientific claims from anti-aging products and are confused by the effectiveness of cosmeceuticals.
According to international spa expert Heinz Schletterer, the growth of hotel spas through the coming years will involve a faster pace, more specialization and an increasing diversity of treatment options.
The Natural Marketing Institute has released a study of what Baby Boomers will be like upon reaching age 70, noting a continued interest in technology and value.
More people are seeking aesthetic treatments from medical spas, as opposed to plastic surgeons, according to the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine.
Looking to bring awareness and action against global climate change, the city of Chicago is holding Earth Hour, encouraging all of its residents to turn out their lights for one hour.