Lifestyle changes and innovative products are expanding acne skin care into new subsegments, according to retailers, manufacturers and analysts. While teenagers are the primary demographic targets, there has been a shift to develop remedies geared toward adults. One health and beauty care buyer at an East Coast-based chain said, "Manufacturers are trying to fill a niche that adult [acne] skin care products haven't filled before." "It's a need that has been dormant," Suzanne Grayson, ...

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