Skin care, nail spa biz opens near waterfront

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French skin care market will be boosted by face care say analysts

E-mail Address Kamedis Expands Into the U.S. With Distribution Through Natural Partners to Naturopathic Practitioners August 6, 2013 10:36 AM EDT Tweet Send to a Friend TEL AVIV, ISRAEL — (Marketwired) — 08/06/13 — Kamedis Bio-Herbal Skin Care, today announced it is launching its herbal based, clinically proven skin care product line, developed especially for naturopathic practitioners, into North America. Kamedis scientists have designed clinically proven skin care products to address many common and chronic skin conditions identified in itchiness, redness, irritation, dryness or oiliness, blemishes and dandruff. “Our scientifically developed skin care products are based on botanical formulations that are coupled with modern technology and scientific research,” said Vered Caplan, CEO of Kamedis. “Kamedis naturopathic products have been formulated to be an effective skin care product for short and long term use. The result are high quality, herbal based products available for use with any type of skin.” Kamedis products are based on plants that have been used in traditional medicine with a high safety profile. All Kamedis naturopathic products and have been formulated for optimum skin care.
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Kamedis Bio-Herbal Skin Care Launches Kamedis Naturopathic Line in the United States

Singing from the same songsheet Likewise, Canadean research suggests that facial care will retain its stronghold in the French skin care market, due to customer loyalty for firmly established brands which will keep Facial Care at the top of the category over the next five years. Due to a slow recovery from the global recession, Canadean says the firmly established skin care sector is expected to show a negative growth in value up to 2017. Growth by value is expected to grow at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of -0.2 per cent, making it the lowest ranking Health & Beauty sector in the country up to 2017. Volume, however, is expected to grow positively at a CAGR of 0.5 per cent. Facial Care held the largest share of the skin care sector in 2012, and French consumers have a long history of using these products. It is expected that a desire to keep up with beauty routines and a comfort with using established brands will drive growth in the category over the next few years.
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