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Recent in Segments (page 9 of 15)

Brazilian Consumers Seek Body Creams With the 'Right' Story

According to Canadean, body care accounts for 70.6% of the Brazilian skin care market, and the desire to enhance appearance influences 28.8% of this consumption.

Bath & Body Flourishes on Innovative Textures, Application Formats and Effects

The bath and body care category managed to wave off potentially negative pressures and record its best results in more than a decade, with a retail value climbing 7% (at fixed U.S. dollar prices) to reach $76 billion.

Italian Consumers Looking for Anti-aging Makeup

Italian consumers need makeup to cover age-related skin impurities, according to a recent report by Canadean. The report finds that 19.4% of makeup consumption in Italy is driven by anti-aging needs.

Promising Ethnic Beauty Market Gives Way to Intensified Competition

Kline report finds that multicultural beauty marketers are breaking boundaries between general and multicultural beauty.

Chinese Market Missing Out On Natural/Organic Beauty Market

China is losing market share in the Asian natural and organic cosmetics market due to animal testing and formulation challenges, according to a report by Organic Monitor.

Natural Segment Continues to Outpace the Overall Beauty Market

According to Kline, natural product brand owners capitalizing on broader market trends, while function and efficacy are now as important as the ingredient source by many consumers. Non-GMO labeling trend that is now prevalent in food products is in the nascent stages in beauty but expected to grow stronger.

Kline Introduces Report on the Sexual Wellness Market

Lubricants among the products that offer opportunities for personal care brands; retailers respond to growing consumer expectations of these products with larger intimate health sections.

Market for Personalized Skin Care Continues to Show Potential

Global market for personalized skin care valued at $12.2 billion; survey of U.K. consumers shows they're even willing to provide blood, skin, hair and DNA samples

Consumer Preferences in Asia-Pacific Expected to Drive Global Growth in Skin Care

With global per capita spending of $15 on skin care in 2013, compared to $11 on hair care and just $7 spent on color cosmetics (on average), skin care remains the category in which consumers are most willing to spend.

Consumer Views Beauty By Function According to Report

Diagonal Reports believes that the beauty industry and the consumer are out of sync, reporting that consumers view beauty by functional need rather than by category. This finding is reported in its Lexicon of Beauty 2015-2025, which remaps the beauty industry according to function.

Beauty and Healthcare in the Convergence Zone

Euromonitor International looks at how new product development is steadily becoming ever more concentrated on the capability of addressing topical health conditions.

Consumer Expectations Propel Changing Skin Care Segment

The changing needs of consumers means at-home devices will continue to grow, and convenience heads the list of priorities for these time-constrained consumers.

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