How to Take Care of Oily Skin

Mexico to See Quality Skin Care Growth

Mexico to See Quality Skin Care Growth

This little effort of yours will help varnish excess oil from your skin. Remember to apply a sunscreen: The use of sunscreen is very important for those who have oily skin. This type of skin is extremely prone to pigmentation. Make sure you apply an SPF with minimum 20+ before you step out of your house. Do not apply too much make-up: The use of make-up tends to spoil your skin. Thus make sure that you only use the basics. Instead of applying a liquid foundation, choose a compact instead.
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Consumption of skin care in Mexico has been boosted by a rapid recovery from the economic crisis in 2009. Its economy on the mend, Mexico is forecast to record faster GDP growth than Brazil by the end of this year. Although healthy however, a volume CAGR of 4.4% keeps skin care just out of the top three health and beauty sectors in Mexico to 2017, while the sectors value is projected to grow at a slightly lower CAGR of 4.1%. Facial care accounts for over half of the entire skin care sector in Mexico, with value and volume shares at 55.5% and 55.4%, respectively. Growth is slightly below the average at 4.1% value and 4.3% volume. However, body care, with less than half the share, is forecast to see the highest growth in the sector.
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