Many of the latest women's products to hit the market are hybrids, said Don Stuart, managing director, Cannondale Associates, Wilton, Conn. “There has been a transition from class to mass,” he told SN. “Sun care and moisturizers are all-in-one items now, and others include ingredients that help fight the effects of aging.” Other grooming products contain vitamins, nutraceuticals and even skin-tanning tonics, among other add-ins. Noxzema has a hair-minimizing shave gel and Nivea makes a leg ...

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