Personal care consumption on the rise
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummarySales from personal care products accounted for $28.3 bil. in manufacturing level sales in 2000, up 4% from 1990, according to market research report by Kline & Co. Annual consumption of personal care products increased to 40.5 packages per person in 2000 from 38.4 in 1990. While U.S. population grew by 13.2% in 10-year span, unit volume sales of cosmetics and toiletries expanded by 19.3%. Use of skin care products grew by 22% to 4.8 products per person in 2000, while hair coloring showed greatest growth with 70% increase, firm says...
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