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Skin Care Resists the Recession (Part 2)

SpecialChem / Nancy Jeffries – Mar 17, 2010

A wide selection of skin care products feature new ingredients, and philosophies, to attract today's consumer. Fiscal constraints aside, skin care offers mass choices with straightforward, practical appeal, as well as high end luxury, anti-aging, and pure organics, with a toxicity-free skin safety proposition. There's even a new line, founded by a teenage devotee advocating for a clean, toxin-free approach to skin care, and featuring products which have scored zero on the Cosmetics Database toxicity scale, a system maintained by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) which features testing results from such agencies as the FDA, EPA, and the EU Chemical Bureau. Cross category moves are also occurring in the market, giving new breadth to skin care. Whether AHAVA, La Prairie, or Dr. Hess' Udder Ointment, the category is showing its resourcefulness.Skin care products featuring new ingredients and approaches to treatment are attracting today’s consumer. Fiscal constraints aside, the skin care category is providing a wide selection of consumer favorites, whether mass, with a straightforward, functional aesthetic, or luxury, with a range of efficacious ingredients and high glamour quotient...

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