Opinion on Personal Care in Europe

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New personal care products review: summer cooling reaches new areas

Leading this month's roundup of novel personal care products are two releases that aim to offer relief from the heat of the summer months. In a twist on the classic antiperspirant, one product is promising to help consumers "save face" by preventing make-up and suncream from running, while a new bronzing stick claims that it keeps legs simultaneously tanned and cool.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Jun 2011
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New personal care products review: eco-conscious razors gain an edge

Hair removal is again the focus of innovative launch activity in the personal care industry, as producers experiment with new ways to make the process easier, more economical, or less damaging to skin. Among the products to feature in this month's rundown are a sharpening system for razor blades, a depilatory wax claimed to contain real gold, and a shower and shave cream with a novel applicator.

Published By Datamonitor
19 May 2011
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ResearchWire

PLA Innovation of the Week: a new way to cool your legs for the summer

Published By Datamonitor
27 Apr 2011
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New personal care products review: easier than ever for children to take their medicine

This month's rundown of innovative launches in the personal care industry looks at various efforts to help make the process of giving children medicines and vitamins less taxing for parents. Supplements for adults are also featured, with one product claiming to have insect repelling properties, and another featuring an innovative "breathable" design.

Published By Datamonitor
15 Apr 2011
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ResearchWire

PLA Innovation of the Week: sweets that can make you smell like roses

Published By Datamonitor
15 Apr 2011
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From less bad to more good: the personal care sustainability agenda is changing

An outcome from the 2011 in-cosmetics conference is that the focus of "sustainable beauty" is shifting, with personal care companies aiming for more positive, rather than less negative, environmental and social impacts. Industry players that communicate their sustainability initiatives in this way are likely to establish a stronger connection with consumers and will be best placed to succeed.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Apr 2011
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New personal care products review: foundation offers portion control

The trend for pack design as a key component of modern make-up products is evidenced by two new launches which use novel packaging for both practical and decorative effect. Also in focus in this month's rundown of new personal care innovations is the childcare market, with one product that aims to make bath time fun for children, and another that aids the toilet training process.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Mar 2011
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New personal care products review: natural formulations given ethnic focus

Developments in the hair and skincare categories have led to the launch of a new line focusing specifically on the needs of "ethnically diverse" children, as well as a hair styling balm that takes its inspiration from the lip care segment. Meanwhile, a four-in-one product for men is among the other products to feature in this month's rundown of notable introductions in the personal care industry.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Feb 2011
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Unilever shows growth in 2010 through innovation and marketing, despite intense competition

In spite of sluggish market conditions and intense competition, Unilever has posted some of its best ever results in 2010. Unilever volume growth rose 5.8% during the year, driven by intensive product innovation, significantly increased marketing spend, and its development of winning category positions in new emerging markets. It now faces the challenge of a squeeze on profit margins in 2011.

Published By Datamonitor
04 Feb 2011
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Tesco launching in-store beauty salons to revive its supermarket offering

Europe's second largest grocer Tesco has confirmed plans to launch a chain of beauty parlors. The move reflects the wider strategy of some retailers to revive their supermarket format and compete with the online grocery channel by enhancing customer shopping experience in-store. To be successful, Tesco salons need to focus on value and target the right customer.

Published By Datamonitor
31 Jan 2011

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