There is no doubt that 2014 was another exciting year in the cosmetics industry with much happening, and here we select our top stories of the last 12 months, touching on some of the hottest topics in EMEA.
Half of consumers believe that cosmetics and personal care products containing natural ingredients are healthier than those with a higher proportion of synthetic ingredients, according to a recent Datamonitor survey.
With strong market growth continuing to characterize the market for
cosmecuetical products, a new report stresses that women aged over
50 will continue to be the core market as graying baby-boomers
search out natural anti-aging solutions.
As people spend more time away from home but want to maintain their
personal care routines, the market for products used on-the-go is
set to increase by 70 per cent in Europe and the US over the course
of the next five years, signifying...
With the older generation now spending more time and money on their
looks, a new market report suggests that the over 50s age group
continues to be over-looked by the cosmetics and personal care
industry, reports Simon Pitman.
Grooming time for British men has increased to an average of 3.1
hours per week - outstripping the average female grooming time of
just 2.5 hours - according to a new report from Datamonitor.
Manufacturers are advised to persevere...