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  • Subscription boxes work well for beauty brands
  • Subscription boxes work well for beauty brands
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Subscription boxes work well for beauty brands

From food and fitness products to books and booze, subscription boxes are disrupting the traditional way in which many consumers experience goods. With Sephora set to jump on the subscription box bandwagon, subscription-commerce competition in the beauty arena is set to hot up.

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