Anti-Aging Will Drive Personal-Care Growth For Next Five Years – Kline
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
At the recent Happi Anti-Aging Conference in New Brunswick, N.J., Kline Group industry manager Nancy Mills discussed the anti-aging market and the market research firm’s latest findings and predictions for the popular segment of the personal-care industry.
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