People in Turkey spend around $4bn (€3.1bn) every year on imported cosmetics, which account for 80 per cent of the products sold on the market according to one of the country’s Health Ministry officials.
Chemical analysts have discovered that a Roman face cream, believed
to be nearly 2000 years old, shares the same fundamental
formulation ingredients as modern-day cosmetics products. Tom
As the Russian economy stabilises and improves, Avon says that the
country is its fastest growing market and Euromonitor predicts huge
growth over the next 10-15 years, with a potential cosmetics and
toiletries market of US$15-18...