PRLog - May 4, 2012 - NEW YORK -- In the new (ab)normal of economic sluggishness, cosmeceuticals marketers have an opportunity to shine across multiple generations, including Boomers, Gen X-ers, and increasingly, Gen Y-ers, according to Cosmeceuticals in the U.S., a just-released research report from Packaged Facts.
As is the case in many consumer packaged goods categories, cosmeceuticals sales suffered during the recession, but the going could have been tougher were it not for cosmeceuticals’
Younger generations have grown up immersed in marketing messages making them both appearance-oriented and aware of the importance preventive healthcare. As a result, according to Packaged Facts publisher David Sprinkle, new marketing prospects are opening up at the younger end of the age spectrum, even as aging Boomers open their wallets ever wider to stave off the cosmetic tolls of aging. According to a March 2012 survey by Packaged Facts, 28% of U.S. adults purchase anti-aging products, while 15% purchase antioxidant products. Of those purchasing anti-aging products, the greatest percentage (39%) make their purchases at drugstores.
Still, cosmeceuticals marketers may take nothing for granted. Given the new budget constraints, shoppers expect the cosmeceuticals they buy to perform, and the faster the better. Thus any product with a quantifiable “instant gratification”
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