"Are men going to save the day? With sales of women’s beauty products relatively stagnant over the last few years, many industry officials are turning to the men’s grooming industry as a savior of sorts, reports Drug Store News."
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U.S. women are increasingly turning to online research to better understand the ingredients in, and the brands behind, their facial skincare products, according to recent data released in the Women’s Facial Skincare Consumer Report from The NPD Group.
"The evolved beauty consumers of today are more informed, engaged and connected than ever before, reports Nielsen. To them, beauty and wellness are increasingly interchangeable concepts, resulting in a focus on holistic beauty."
The time has come for men to save face. While the majority, or 80%, of men use grooming products, facial skincare is the category with the biggest opportunity to expand usage, according to global information company The NPD GroupÛªs 2015 MenÛªs Grooming Consumer Report.
Organic Spa Magazine released the "Top 10 Health, Wellness and Green Living Trends" that are taking center stage in 2015 and beyond. Age-defying hair treatments, IV therapy and new sources for protein are gaining popularity. Consumers have become more sophisticated when it comes to wellness