Updated Mar 6, 2013
At home beauty devices have not achieved the kind of popularity as standard beauty care, but this could change in the coming years. Analysts have been watching the Asian markets and assert that there could be significant growth for this trend. This was outlined in Beauty Devices: Global Market Analysis and Opportunities, a study that was recently released.
In China alone, there was a 100 percent increase in sales of these devices in 2012. The charge was led by Nu Skin due to the growing popularity of its Galvanic Spa. Procter & Gamble is not far behind, as there is strong demand for its Olay Pro-X and SKG. Similar trends have been noticed in South Korea and Japan, the reports states.
Written by the CareFair.com Editorial Team.