Anti-Aging Trend Could Slow As “Beauty Ideal” Changes – Forecaster
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Industry forecaster Antoinette van den Berg suggests that the anti-aging trend may slow in the next 10 years as consumers embrace natural aging. “Old is going to be cool,” she said during a presentation at the recent in-cosmetics conference in Barcelona.
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