Executive Summary: Cosmeceutical and Anti-Aging Products in the U.S.

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The report from which this Executive Summary is compiled is for Cosmeceutical and Anti-Aging Products in the U.S., and the full study abstract is as follows:

Maybe the word “cosmeceuticals” once described only the hardcore alphahydroxy-acid (AHA) anti-aging preps first sold over-the-counter in the early 1990s, but marketers have since parlayed the positioning into a $12 billion industry: Products now include everything from conditioners that repair damaged hair, to moisturizers that nourish skin with vitamins, to makeup that keeps one’s cheeks hydrated and glowing. The latest, most exciting products are OTC versions of the clinical experience -- home microdermabrasion kits, skin peel kits, etc. And both men and surprisingly young adults are also fast increasing their use of cosmeceuticals... This new edition of the popular Packaged Facts report provides in-depth analysis of sales patterns, demographic trends, and competitive profiles of Alberto-Culver, Estee Lauder, J & J/Neutrogena, Procter & Gamble, and others.

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