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New personal care products review: lipsticks get the makeover treatment

This month's roundup of new personal care products finds that lip care has been the focus of much innovation. While some lip products have focused on ethical formulas and packaging, others have looked at improving their practicality by offering on-the-go-friendly packaging. This could encourage consumers to abandon their traditional lipsticks in favor of these alternatives.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Feb 2009
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New personal care products review: hair care looks to wine for inspiration

Alcoholic ingredients are not normally found in the hair care aisle, but this month's new personal care products review finds that two brands have broken the mold by launching wine-inspired variants. Meanwhile, shower gels are becoming more innovative, with one recently launched product containing silver ions, which means it could be a hit with the scientifically minded.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Apr 2010
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New personal care products review: focusing on fun and green awareness in the kids' market

This month's look at new personal care launches finds a plethora of products designed for kids, including a greener diaper range and a spider web-forming shampoo, showing that the market is aiming to appeal to both children and their parents.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Jan 2010
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New personal care products review: fear of bugs fuels antibacterial launches

With the swine flu epidemic encouraging consumers to seek products that can 'de-bug' their bodies and homes, manufacturers are bombarding the market with products that claim to protect those who use them. This month's roundup of new personal care products finds two notable launches: a hand cream that has antibacterial action and a spray hand wash that carries a similar claim.

Published By Datamonitor
19 Nov 2009
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New personal care products review: energizers enter the beauty market

This month's roundup of new personal care launches finds that energy products are expanding out of the beverage market and into personal care. As well as an energy boosting inhaler, a dual energy giving/fat burning lip balm has been launched, showing that energizers are finding a natural home in the personal care market.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jul 2009
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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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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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New personal care products review: dual action products gain user appeal

This month's roundup of innovative personal care launches finds a plethora of products that have dual action qualities. These include a soap that is also a toy for kids, a toothpaste that can aid sleep as well as fight decay, and a female perfume that has anti-aging properties. As consumers are demanding time-saving devices for use in their busy lives, such products could well appeal.

Published By Datamonitor
24 Mar 2009
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New personal care products review: addressing embarrassing problems

The global incontinence product market is growing as consumers become more comfortable with purchasing such items. Although it was once seen as an embarrassing problem, manufacturers such as Kimberly-Clark are attempting to remove the stigma associated with the issue of incontinence through new product launches and related marketing.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Jan 2009
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New personal care products review: a spoonful of medicine aims to be a hit with families

This month's roundup of new personal care products finds that designers have been busy enhancing the usability of products. A medicine for children has been repackaged in a prefilled spoon, while a men's razor has been given a makeover with a new handle and blade system. This shows that all members of the family are being thought of when it comes to new product design.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Sep 2009

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