Posted on June 13, 2013 by Karen Doskow, Industry Manager, Consumer Products
Professional Aesthetics Market
As producers of advanced cosmetic lasers and intense pulsed light aesthetic equipment used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons step into the limelight with their new-found alliances with beauty marketers to reach the general market beauty consumer, a better understanding of the professional aesthetics market and its potential is imperative.
Leveraging the skills and synergies of our Professional Skin Care and At-home Beauty Devices reports, Kline will be focusing on the under analyzed nonsurgical procedures market in the Professional Aesthetics: Global Market Analysis and Opportunities report. (more…)
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Posted on May 22, 2013 by Kline Blogs
Despite the generally challenging economic climate, the U.K. professional beauty market remains among the fastest paced across all European countries. Today’s cautious, more enlightened, and empowered British consumer is demanding more affordable products and better in-store services to complement their beauty regimes and not tax their budgets.
Taking the biggest cut, the hair-care segment continues to keep ahead of the United Kingdom’s professional beauty market with a 65% total market share, generating £370 million (USD 560 million) in sales at the retail level in 2012. However, consumer visits to hair salons continue to decrease, particularly in the lower-end segment. (more…)
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Posted on April 10, 2013 by Nancy Mills - Industry Manager, Consumer Products
Thousands of deals were announced globally through 2012, and this level of confidence and activity in M&A continues apace into 2013 as exemplified by Valeant’s acquisition of Ambi Skincare Products from Johnson & Johnson and Acne Free from University Medical. Similarly, Valeant has recently announced it is acquiring outstanding Obagi stock for $360 million. Other noteworthy activity includes Markwins International acquiring Physicians Formula for $75 million and Dr. Fresh acquiring the Reach brand of toothbrushes from Johnson & Johnson. Yellow Wood Partners private equity firm acquired Parfums de Coeur, a previously privately-held company, for an undisclosed sum. Furthermore, L’Oréal’s CEO Jean-Paul Agon announced early this year that he is willing to make an important acquisition in 2013 to maintain growth.
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Posted on March 26, 2013 by Kline Blogs
March was a busy period for the professional beauty industry, with two of the largest professional beauty trade shows happening this month: Cosmoprof Bologna and Beauty/Top Hair International Dusseldorf.
Cosmoprof Bologna continues to be a major industry crossroad. Among the trends that caught our attention were product lines with vitamin C, such as Skeyndor’s Power C skin care line, as well as several new launches of BB creams from Algotherm, Levissime, and SKIN79. (more…)
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Posted on June 28, 2012 by Karen Doskow, Industry Manager, Consumer Products
In our previous blog on the professional skin care market, we focused on the two largest purchase channels: beauty institutes and salons in Europe, and spas and salons in the United States. After receiving several comments and questions about this market, we would like to share newer insights related to different trends in these two markets. We also want to share a few facts from the freshly published research on South Korea. (more…)
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Posted on May 7, 2012 by Kline Blogs
Skin care is the most technologically advanced and fastest evolving category within the beauty industry. Building on an estimated market of $88 billion in 2010 and expected to reach over $102 billion over the next five years, this segment is being fueled by relentless growth in emerging markets, coupled with continuing demand for natural and anti-aging products in developed markets. Innovation and efficacy remain the keys to capturing and maintaining market share in this vibrant sector.
To this end, Kline is proud to be part of Skincare Ingredients 2012 Virtual Conference & Expo. (more…)
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Posted on May 5, 2011 by Kline Blogs
Rising consumer confidence, aggressive promotional activity, and technological advances have propelled sales of cosmetics and toiletries in the United States by 2.4% to reach $36.5 billion in 2010 at the manufacturers’ level, according to recently released data from Cosmetics & Toiletries USA 2010, a study by worldwide consulting and research firm Kline & Company. After experiencing a 0.8% decline in 2009, the current increase has brought sales to above pre-recession levels. (more…)
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Posted on September 20, 2010 by Kline Blogs
Kline’s consumer products expert Karen Doskow, will discuss the latest innovations in skin care, including product offerings, ingredients and packaging that are affecting the professional and consumer products markets. Looking at the global marketplace, Karen will highlight key (more…)
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