Higher-ticket skin care products with alpha hydroxy acids have established a foothold in the skin care sections of most supermarkets. Retailers merchandising products that fall into the age-defying segment continue to see double-digit growth. The products also enhance the one-stop shopping experience, they said. Most of the products contain alpha hydroxy acids, which exfoliate dead skin cells and help expose a new skin layer. "This category is growing in leaps and bounds," said Tom Perry, ...

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