There was a surge in interest in skin care among South African men during the review period, with men's skin care seeing an impressive 8% retail volume CAGR. Men notably became more likely to visit salons and also became more likely to use skin whitening creams, with an attractive appearance and even skin tone increasingly linked to status. However, economic constraints at the end of the review period resulted in many less affluent men turning their back on men's skin care or opting to use...
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