Savvy Nutricosmetics Marketing Could Spur U.S. Uptake
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
U.S. consumers have been slow to embrace nutricosmetics as part of a beauty regimen, but marketers’ efforts are paying off, industry experts say. Consumers are warming to nutricosmetics as scientific evidence emerges to back up claims and bring credibility to ingredients, says JJMD Skincare President Jeanette Jacknin.
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