Asian Beauty-Device Market On Rise, Posing Opportunity For Westerners
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
An underpenetrated at-home skin-care device market in China, South Korea and Japan signals potential opportunity for Western firms, says research firm Kline & Company.
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