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Opportunity Knocks? Report IDs Need In China’s Pro Skin Care Space

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Opportunity exists within China's growing professional skin-care market where a dearth of American participants means that rising consumer demand for high-end brands has yet to be met, a recent report by Kline & Company indicates

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