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Demand For Cosmetics Jumps 11%

January 10, 2006

l The demand for cosmetics in the U.S. is expected to increase by 11% per year, reaching $7 billion in 2008, according to Intertech-Pira. Skin care products are projected to account for over 60% of the total cosmetics market, over half of which claim to provide anti-aging benefits. To boost understanding in this growing field, Intertech-Pira is organizing a conference devoted specifically to cosmeceuticals for skin care applications at the Biscayne Bay Marriott Hotel, Miami, FL.
The conference—Cosmeceuticals Summit 2006: Current Trends in the Research, Development and Marketing of Cosmeceutical Products for Skincare Applications—is directed at ingredients manufacturers and suppliers, business development executives, product development managers and regulatory experts concerned with current trends in the research, development and marketing of cos
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