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Facial Skincare Market Research Reports-Consumer Behaviour analysis -Market trends

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  1. Facial Skincare - Europe - March 2011

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2011
    • Europe

    The Big 5 European beauty markets – France, Germany, the UK, Italy and Spain – saw their combined 2010 facial skincare sales hit €6.68 billion, representing a 1.4% increase over 2009. Sales are expected to rise across all five markets in 2011, with particularly dramatic growth ...

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  2. Facial Skincare - Anti-age - Europe - March 2011

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2011
    • Europe

    Facial skincare has weathered the stormy economic climate well, delivering growth – albeit modest – across the Big 5 European markets in 2010. Anti-ageing products are a major skincare work horse, accounting for the highest grossing segment in France, the UK, Italy and Spain, ...

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  3. Facial Skincare - Youth - Europe - March 2011

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2011
    • Europe

    The European Big 5 facial skincare markets weighed in at €6.6 billion in 2010, representing an increase of 2% year on year. Young European women are enthusiastic users of facial skincare products, spending €662 million on the category in 2010.

    This report looks at young ...

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  4. Suncare - Europe - December 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2010
    • Europe

    It might have been expected that the European suncare market would be an early casualty of the economic downturn as consumers economised on holidays and thus on their suncare purchases.

    That hasn’t turned out to be the case, however. While some age groups have remained ...

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  5. Anti-ageing Skincare - Europe - December 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2010
    • Europe

    Facial skincare was one of the strongest beauty categories of the last year in the ‘Big 5’, resisting recessionary pressures to reach a total of €6.07 billion in 2000 and set to hit a total of €6.2 billion by the end of 2010. It appears that while women may economise on many ...

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  6. Suncare Preparations - UK - November 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2010
    • UK

    While the UK’s love affair with a tanned appearance continues, with nearly half of consumers believing that a light tan makes them look better and healthier, educational campaigns warning of the risks of sun exposure are having an effect.

    So, while consumers have cut back on ...

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  7. Facial Skincare - Europe - July 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2010
    • Europe

    When recession hit Europe in late 2008, there was every reason to fear that the facial skincare market would suffer as a result. However, while consumers reined back their spending in certain areas, they continued to invest in facial skincare.

    Fuelled by an ageing population and ...

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  8. Mature Beauty - UK - September 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2009
    • UK
    • Mintel estimates that the over 55s spend in the region of £614 million on haircare, skincare and colour cosmetics. This is the equivalent to £35 per person in 2009. However, innovation in products that target more than the beauty-related age concerns of this demographic could ...

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