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Top Five Trends Defining the Beauty Nutrition Market

Top Five Trends Defining the Beauty Nutrition Market

Beauty nutrition products continue to rise in popularity as consumers are exploring new ways to look and feel good, from the inside out. Such products have now been mainstreamed across all channels of distribution in the United States, and their sales are projected to increase at a CAGR of 9% through 2025, according to our research. Growth within this dynamic segment is being fueled by several key trends, including: 

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App-connected Devices to Shape the Future of Skin Care

App-Connected Devices to Shape the Future of Skin Care

In the face of an uncertain economy, the U.S. beauty devices market is slated to maintain its solid singledigit performance for the second year in a row in 2022. Consistent innovation draws a larger number of consumers to this segment. In fact, we’ve seen a shift in consumer behavior, wherein they have extended the time between their visits to dermatologists and spas in favor of maintaining an at-home skin care regimen through the regular use of beauty devices. 

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Professional Skin Care Spending in the Face of a Looming Recession

Professional Skin Care Spending in the Face of a Recession

With fears of a recession and inflation at a high, dispensing physicians are becoming more thoughtful with their orders on professional skin care stock. The U.S. physician-dispensed skin care channel registered record-high sales growth of 26% last year, according to our Professional Skin Care Global Series report. However, most professional skin care marketers are expecting growth in 2022 to be about one-half of the growth last year. 

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How Rodent Control Is Boosting the U.S. Pesticide Market

How Rodent Control Is Boosting the U.S. Pesticide Market

The total market for rodenticide products in the U.S. is estimated at over $400 million, according to our latest research, with the consumer market growing more than 10% over the past few years and the professional market increasing by approximately 5%. The overall figure is based on early estimates of sales in the consumer, professional pest management, agriculture, and urban centers segments at the manufacturers level.   

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