Prestige skincare sales in the UK declined 23% in 2020 as consumers began to adopt the trend for Skinimalism, according to The NPD Group. The total prestige skincare market was valued at £295 million in 2020, a year when brick
Children’s skin and hair care brand, Childs Farm, has announced the debut of its new sun care range launching inWaitrose on 18 January 2016.
Bulldog Skincare For Men is adding three new products to its award winning product range to help nourish and protect the skin during the cold winter months.
Consumers are switching their skincare routine to a more back to basics regime, according to the NPD Group Inc., a global information company. Sales of cleansers and face masks in the UK reported double digit growth in 2014. This reflects
French DIY retailer, Leroy Merlin, the Brazilian department store chain and fashion specialist, Marisa, and skincare brand, Molton Brown, have all invested in Oracle solutions to support future growth. The moves were announced at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show
Online retailing is the ultimate shopping channel for American men when it comes to beauty, according to new Mintel research. Indeed, the ease and convenience features of shopping online appeal to 60% of men aged 18-34 who buy beauty products
The $2.3bn US anti-ageing skincare market has experienced substantial growth in the past five years, as women continue to clamor for the next advancement to stave off the signs of aging, reports Mintel. While the desire to find the fountain
In the fourth Retail Times and Euromonitor International Retail Spotlight, we focus on the relevance of packaging in direct selling FMCG products in emerging markets Despite the rapid development of modern store-based retailing, direct selling remains an important distribution channel
Sales of premium beauty products in the UK grew by 9.4% to £1.7bn in 2011, according to research from The NPD Group. Fragrance is both the largest and fastest growing sector in the premium beauty market with sales up by
Data from premium beauty research specialist, The NPD Group, shows the UK’s prestige beauty market has performed well, despite the tough economic backdrop. In contrast, other beauty markets in Europe struggle to achieve growth and there are signs mass beauty
Consumer purchasing of cosmetics and skincare products is directly influenced by the economy, a Mintel survey of US shoppers reveals. It finds while this category is improving, it is not thriving just yet. Just over a quarter (27%) of shoppers
Research company Mintel is predicting making and marketing ‘green’ products will be a top trend in the beauty industry in 2011. Its Beauty Innovation arm has dubbed the trend, ‘Down to Earth’, and says it is closely linked with sustainability.
Japanese women are expected to live just over 86 years, topping the world’s longevity ratings for the 25th consecutive year and, according to Mintel Beauty Innovation, they are going to continue to look good as they get older. Mintel’s Global