Mintel analyst identifies the next generation skin care formulations

By Simon Pitman contact

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At the recent in-cosmeticss Latin America event, Cosmetics Design caught up with Mintel analyst Vivienne Rudd who, among several key trends, identified how the next generation of skin care products is shaping up to be light in texture and ulta-hydrating, a trend that started in South Korea.

At the recent in-cosmeticss Latin America event, Cosmetics Design caught up with Mintel analyst Vivienne Rudd who, among several key trends, identified how the next generation of skin care products is shaping up to be light in texture and ulta-hydrating, a trend that started in South Korea.

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