Supplier's Corner

Theta Offers In-depth Analysis

November 22, 2005

“Cosmeceuticals: Global Markets & Breakthrough Therapies,” the latest strategic resource from New York-based Theta Reports, provides readers with overviews of currently available products in the major cosmeceutical market segments, world historic (1998-2003) and projected (2004-2008) market sizes based on cosmeceutical product type, U.S. and rest of the world historic and projected market sizes, leading competitor companies and respective market shares, company briefs of market competitors and more.
Product segments covered include anti-aging products, dry skin and dermatitis treatments, acne and rosacea products, dental whitening products, nail care and skin care. Briefs are available on such companies as Alberto-Culver, Procter & Gamble, Blistex, GlaxoSmithKline and Unilever Group.
All Theta reports are now supplied standard in PDF format (single user license) at no extra charge.
More info: (212) 262-8230; Website: www.thetareports.com; E-mail:
customerservice@thetareports.com.
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