Electronic skin care devices to be a market trend in 2012, says expert at PCD

By Michelle Yeomans

- Last updated on GMT

CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com caught up with Bruno Clamens, general manager of international company, Jackel Group that has successfully crossed from the baby care industry into cosmetics with electrical and mechanical devices designed to “multiply the efficiency of a brand’s existing product.”

According to Clamens, the electronic massagers and exfoliators have already been a big hit on the Asian market; here he explains why European brands are likely to be following in the same direction in 2012.

The two day show hosted seminars based on innovation, sustainability, competitive advantage and textile trends, aimed at showcasing how the packaging industry is adapting to the ever-changing demands of the market.

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