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Oral Care Begins at Home
Published November 9, 2005
A host of home care tools and multi-functional products is putting dental care back in the hands of today's consumer Read More »
ASP Members Smell Winners
Published November 9, 2005
The American Society of Perfumers honors both fine fragrances and members alike Read More »
Personal Care: A Natural Progression
Published November 9, 2005
More and more consumers are going natural Read More »
RD in the New Cosmetic Age
Published November 9, 2005
Novel raw materials are helping to drive researchers to develop high-tech socmetics that perform a variety of functions Read More »
Liquids Move Up in the Soap Market
Published November 9, 2005
Not long ago, the morning shower was simply a way to get clean. Today the shower experience is anything but routine. Current consumer demand for multi-sensory products which offer a… Read More »
The Hair Care Market
Published November 9, 2005
New hair care items are appearing just in time for winter's brutal wweather with new twists in step with the latest fashions Read More »
Fine Fragrance Update
Published November 9, 2005
The fragrance industry is at the forefront of big changes led by technological innovations such as aromachology and customization Read More »
Spa Treatments
Published November 9, 2005
Spa products are now a tangible take-home concept as more Americans relieve stress, get well and indulge in new-found luxuries Read More »
Ethnic Skin Care
Published November 9, 2005
Although the ethnic skin care market is not as saturated as the ethnic hair care market, more players are entering the game to fill the gaps Read More »
The Men
Published November 9, 2005
As more men admit to caring about their looks, manufacturers are noticing their potential as customers Read More »
Environmental Fragrances
Published November 9, 2005
After a boom in the early 1990s, sales in the environmental fragrance market have continued to surge thanks to innovative new products Read More »
Beauty is Skin Deep
Published November 9, 2005
To maintain radiant, healthy-looking skin, cosumers must protect it from sun damage. Coty researchers explain UV damage and how it can be avoided Read More »
The Teen Scene
Published November 9, 2005
As more companies notice these young consumers, the teen cosmetics market isn't just about glitter anymore Read More »
Bringing Up Baby
Published November 9, 2005
Today's two-income families are willing to indulge their kids with higher-priced baby lotions, massage oils and bath products. Read More »
The Top 50 Report
Published November 9, 2005
Companies making household and personal products and industrial and institutional products Read More »
Nautica Reveals Coordinates of New Scent
Published November 9, 2005
Latitude Longitude fragrance appeals to the modern adventurer Read More »
The Natural Products Marketplace
Published November 9, 2005
More herbals are appearing on shelves as botanical research expands in teh personal care industry Read More »
Preservative Update
Published November 9, 2005
Regulatory pressures in Japan may ease in the coming months, but novel formulation create a host of new challenges Read More »
Hair Styling Report 2000
Published November 9, 2005
The emergence of new product forms such as pomades, waxes and muds have sparked new life into the styling aid market, but can traditional forms such as gels, sprays and mousses share in the properity? Read More »
The Skin Care Market
Published November 9, 2005
The use of vitamins continues to grow as more dermatologists ener the skin care category Read More »
Chemical Specialties: Making Cleaning Convenient
Published November 9, 2005
Consumers want products that clean effectively Read More »
The Fine Fragrance Market
Published November 9, 2005
New scents this spring encompass a spectrum of possibilities, yet classic fragrances are still the sales leaders Read More »
The Sun Care Market
Published November 8, 2005
Consumers remain split between wanting products offering protection and ones offering a better tan, despite warnings about the danger of sun exposure. Read More »
The AP/Deo Market
Published November 8, 2005
The competition amon manufacturers in this traditionally brand loyal segment continues to drive new product innovations Read More »
SC Johnson Targets the Youth Market
Published November 8, 2005
S.C. Johnson is trying to grow its Skintimates brand by targeting the burgeoning teen market as well as those long-time soap and water users Read More »
Wake-up Call for AM Cosmetics
Published November 8, 2005
After years of falling sales, this mass market cosmetics fiirm may have found the right chemistry Read More »
Detergent Market Update
Published November 8, 2005
With store shelf space at a premium, marketers escalate turf war with a plethora of new offerings. Despite the jostling, P&G remains king of the hill. Read More »
What
Published November 8, 2005
The skin care needs of an aging population have created a juggernaut of products boasting innovative technology and natural ingredients Read More »
The Colors of Spring
Published November 8, 2005
Big gains aren’t reserved for internet stocks—many color cosmetics brands have posted strong results for several years. The success of brands such as L’Oréal, Clinique, Lancôme and others, has encouraged new players… Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
With an estimated 50% of women coloring their hair, sales of hair color are rising steadily. At the same time, specially formulated shampoos and conditioners are emerging to combat hair and scalp problems. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The traditional soap market has been transformed by smaller marketers offering a variety of niche products. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
As more people visit the spas, which are quickly popping up across the country, they are seeking products for homeuse that provide the benefits and luxury of the spa without the time and expense. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The Fine Fragrance Market It�s a jungle out there! Sales of women�s fine fragrance are sagging at traditional retailers. As a result, much of the new product activity is taking place in the men�s category. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Ethnic companies are churning out more new products whie broad-based companies are using other methods to attract the ethnic consumer. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The real truth is out: Men worry about how they look. Guys take as long as women when it comes to daily grooming and they are starting to use more products, such as moisturizers that were not considered masculine just a few years ago. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Blame it on the candle craze or the aromatherapy boom. Home fragrances are more popular than ever as people try anything to make their homes cozier, more beautiful and more fragrant. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Whether six months, 6 or 16, the purchasing power of kids today is having a tremendous impact on the personal care market, according to industry experts. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Nino Cerruti�s first fragrance to enter the U.S. evokes the message that anything is possible as humanity enters the next era of history. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The Top 50 gets another face lift this year following a rash of acquisitions in 1998. Freeman Cosmetics, Soft Sheen and Dep are all gone from our annual look at the leading companies in teh household and personal products industry. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Mergers and acquisitions have changed some of the players in the segment, but suppliers insist the issues, including claim substantiation, mildness and multifunctionlaity, remain the same. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
As aromatherapy and antibacterial agents seep into the household fragrance market, perfumers are looking all around for new ideas on how to keep a house smelling clean. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Cosmetics and skin care are growing ever closer and R&D departments are scrambling to overcome speed-to-market barriers for new technology. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The baby boomlet has given way to teen power and for manufacturers of cosmetics and toiletries that means there's a whole new wave of consumers to entice with fragrances, color cosmetics and personal care products. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Familiar names crowd the fragrance launch pad this spring as several marketers bank on extensions to established brands. There are new names too. And many of these have one thing in common-they hope to reel in younger consumers. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Last year's sales may have signaled an end to a multi-year slump, and marketers are expecting even bigger results in 1998, as "hair heroes" inspire black consumers to try colorful new styles. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
New Cel Defence is aimed at women 35 to 50 years old who want to keep their skin looking good. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
With consumer concern spreading over germs, marketers are rolling out new disinfectant household products Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Relaxers and coloring products dominate the ethnic hair care market and several marketers are targeting consumers with new products that relax and color hair. Convenience is important, but African American hair care consumers demand conditioning and protection against dryness and breakage above all else. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Some marketers are launching new scents that play off existing brands and others are adding new sporty varieties. All have different notes, nuances and positioning, however they all have one thing in common: to beat the odds and become the next big seller. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Marketers are rolling out a new crop of specialty sun care products this spring -- lotions with high SPFs, oil-free formulas, sunless tanners and sunscreens with insect repellents. In addition, marketers are taking another look at forgotten sun worshippers and launching tanning products with no sunscreen. Read More »