Anti-aging Skincare - US - February 2011
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The U.S. market for anti-aging skincare products sold through food, drug, and mass merchandisers (FDMx) experienced decelerating sales in 2010 as the economy forced many budget-conscious consumers to cut back on non-essential items as their spending power for such items shrank. Further deceleration and even losses were prevented by the number of women who consider anti-aging skincare to be an essential purchase, even if they were forced by the economy to trade down to less expensive private label and store brands. This report provides in-depth exploration of these factors, as well as close analysis of the following:
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