While some specialty retailers are dedicated to bath and body products, supermarkets find a few well-placed items can meet shoppers' needs
There is no shortage of bath, body and beauty products, or of stores designed specifically to attract lotion lovers in search of a little pampering. Although specialty stores with a flair for inviting customers to stay, slather, sniff and walk away with an armful of products — like the Body Shop, Bath and Body Works, Sephora and Ulta — have thrived and multiplied, the demand doesn't stop there. For some supermarkets, a carefully selected merchandise mix can mean impulse, fill-in or even ...
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