skin care

Skincare Sales Surpass Makeup

Skincare sales have outpaced makeup this year, according to second quarter 2017 prestige-beauty insights from NPD Group. For the retailer looking to capitalize on this trend, expanding its skincare offerings to include a variety of new, unique and innovative skincare options, especially from smaller brands hitting the market, will allow it to make the most of this growth.

Mask Magic: The Best Sheet Masks to Cover All Your Customers’ Needs

Wendy Malla, business owner and licensed esthetician at San Francisco’s Absolute Esthetics

Scroll through any Instagram feed these days and you’ll likely see it—a photo of a celebrity wearing a sheet mask. Drew Barrymore, January Jones, Mindy Kaling and even Sean
Combs have taken selfies wearing sheet masks as they relax at home or prepare for red carpet events. The Korean-beauty secret originally landed in the U.S. around 2009, and since then, the trend has only increased in popularity.

Skincare Products to Reach $179 Billion by 2022

The global skincare products market is expected to reach $179 billion by 2022, according to "Skin Care Products Market by Type and Geography: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2014-2022," by Allied Market Research(AMR).

The market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.7 percent from 2016 to 2022. The report also noted that Asia-Pacific dominated the market and contributed more than 40 percent of the overall market revenue, followed by Europe in 2015.

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