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Luxury Skincare Solutions Likely To Become More Personalized, Technological

December 1, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Euromonitor reports that the number of hair and beauty treatment establishments globally is up 14% on 2011 and the company expects a 14% CAGR over the next five years with the number of establishments to exceed three million by 2019. A growing number of these upscale treatment centers offer their own skincare ranges, raising challenges for established prestige and luxury products.  Dr Gabriela Mercik, who has both a treatment center and a skincare range, believes that in the next 5-10 years technology and digital information will play an ever greater part in skincare solutions:"Soon we will be able to implement a tiny chip into the skin which will measure our skin’s hydration levels as well as record any sun damage. This information will then be used to create our very own personalised skincare which will be blended to work according not only to the time of day but also to where we live and the overall state of our health."
Fflur Roberts, "Digital Moisturisers and Nanotechnology: Euromonitor International Talks to Dr Gabriela Mercik about the Launch of her New Luxury Cosmetics Range and the Future of Skincare", Euromonitor International, December 01, 2016, © Euromonitor
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