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  • Germans want health-driven beauty products
  • Germans want health-driven beauty products
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Germans want health-driven beauty products

In Germany, “best agers” (consumers over 50) account for 30% of the population. To respond to the requirements of this segment, the beauty and personal care industry is becoming more focused on health and wellness offerings.



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